My jeep is losing power after 2000 rpm it seems ok up to this point but then has nothing as if the turbo is not kicking in some answers stated it may be the sensor on no 1 injector where is this I cant locate.
Also does anyone know where to get some workshop manuals for this model.
The other issue I have is how to remove the radio as I need it re coded
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cute no year, no country stated then posts to usa forum.
we dont have this car. here. i think.
so are you asking how to diagnose turbo issues, on fixya
that be like asking how to do brain surgery on , Mr, PHIL
the PCM may see the boost too low for load and RPM.
so, that can be lots of things, besides a bad turbo cant spool.
even a stuck open waste gate.
or controls issues,
best is to get a complex car serviced, by someone that can work complex turbo diesels,
if serious on DIY, why not buy the book on the car
then see the turbo section and do the tests stated there.
if that sounds hard, it is,
all gears ok but drive, full power from engine to tires, 1,2,R
right? but not drive. drives acts as Neutral or weak.
did you do the stall test , in drive.
1000 rpm weak, engine
2000 rpm good
over that much is tranny slip.
read the fsm. then the on car service, section
When you say it loses power, do you mean electrical power or engine power ? You would need to look at the fuse boxes for a loss of electrical power, and use a scanner or code reader to check the computer for trouble codes for a loss of engine power.