Question about 1990 Jeep Cherokee Limited
Try checking Throttle position sensor with an ohm meter. Remove connection, put probes on pins (hit & miss on which ones, but you'll find 2 that give you a reading that increases as throttle is opened) and read meter as you open throttle all the way open & all the way back slowly & smoothly. The reading should go smooth up & down, If it jumps, or doesn't move at all in some spots, it's probably faulty. Have you tried to get any fault codes yet?
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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