Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Cut off converter. Changed plugs wires. Put new Crank Pos Sencor
You may need to put a new converter in since there is likely a down stream O2 sensor that takes readings after the converter.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This code is a catalyst efficiency code. The catalytic converter is most likely the problem, but it could still be caused by a defective oxygen sensor. The easiest way I know to check for this code is with a scan tool that is capable of reading live data stream. You need to look at the upstream and downstream oxygen sensors, and see if they are mirroring each other. In other words, if the upstream (the one before the catalytic converter) is reading .700, and the downstream ( the one behind the catalytic converter) is reading .700, or anywhere near that, then you have a problem. The numbers are just examples. The upstream should constantly swith from high to low voltage. If the downstream is identical, or even remotely close to having the same reading as the upstream, then you most likely have a defective catalytic converter. This does correspond to what happened a couple of weeks back. A misfire will take out a catalytic converter if not repaired quickly. Also, if you had a converter that was marginal, and was close to failure, then that misfire may have been just what it needed to fail.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
yah direct ignition coil pack does away for the need a a distributer cap and rotor.much higher energy ignition system where the computer tell when to fire.if that helps.not hard to change.as long as you change them one at a time so you don't screw up the order.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
Check any rubber hose pieces between the PVC valve and the motor (intake). Normally a leaking hose will have a soft squishy area in the hose where the rubber is melting and the hose will create a vacuum leak at that point. You can tape over the squishy area with electrical tape (get it tight) and if it runs better you should replace the hose pieces. This leak will cause the motor to run very rough at idle, can cause the motor to race when starting it, can cause the vehicle to shift hard (when motor surges) and can throw scan codes indicating Lean Bank 1 AND Lean Bank 2 (presence of both codes is good indicator that vacuum leak is the cause).
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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