Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee Country
I have had a mobile mechanic look at my car this afternoon. He had a code reader (it said something about exhaust high sensor fault but he said that may be irrelevant). It cranks, has fuel pressure, but has no power to coil or injectors. I need this car going asap for my wife so some assistance would be greatly appreciated. I have good mechanical knowledge myself but these newer fuel injection systems I won't touch. Thanks, James.
A good possibility is that the crank sensor is bad. The sensor is located on the top of the tranny bell housing on the left side.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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