Question about 1992 Jeep Cherokee Limited
All vehicles wiring is the same.
To do it right make sure you buy a wiring adapter so you don't have to cut your factory wiring plug off. Below is a wiring picture. Not all the wires in be required to hook up because some vehicles don't use them.
Blue/White (Remote Turn on): Used if sub woofer and amp system is being installed
Orange (illumination): Not every vehicle has this .. This is used to dim the radio when the head lights get turned on its own.
Blue (Power Antenna): Only used if you have one
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go throu licence plate pannel pull up on bar and on the inside under ur pannel the nut fell off the mechanism so just put on a new nut
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
You can do one of three things.1. buy a scan tool 2. go to a dealer and pay to have the codes read and diagnosed 3. go to your local parts chain to have it read for free. (call first to verify). The code will tell you what system is malfunctioning and what the malfunction is. The parts store option is my choice, because you can also get the part to fix it if needed and you are not out the $ for diagnostics, nor did you need an appt to get it in.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
The P1391 code indicates that the crank or cam sensor(s) have sent an intermitant code to the ecm. The most common cause for this is loose wiring or debris on the contacts of one of the sensors.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
On the jeep it is just an oil change reminder, you can go into the menu and reset the counter. If there was something wrong with the jeep the check engine light will come on.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
i would think somewhere between 200k-300k miles before you have to do something like rings... but still, it really depends in how good care of the engine do you have.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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