Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I went to the library this evening and using Chilton Repair mauals, it stated that Chrysler engines manufactured after 1995 required at least 4 oxygen sensors: two on each bank, (named after the first cylinder firing order), another one in the exhaust pipe (in front of the catalytic converter) and the fourth, on the downstream flow, after it.
So, if your answer is correct..that there are only two... then you are telling me that Chrysler did not manufacture the 5.2 L V-8 engine in my Jeep.
Is that true?
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PS: Thanks for your help. I don't know what to do now after I replaced that sensor (located underneath the chassis) and in the exhaust system, and still have the MIL light come on after the engine reaches operating temperatures. My Code Reader still insists it is a problem with a bank 1 O-2.
According to dealerconnect which is chryslers tech site there are two. one before the cat and one after. did you replace it with a mopar sensor or with aftermarket. i had a vehicle with aftermarket sensors and the vehicle would barely run. i replaced them with mopar sensors, and it fixed it
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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