Question about 1990 Jeep Wagoneer Limited
Its had map,sensor. crank sensor.fast idle sensor. cold start injecter, and a fuel regulater,put on.
I think the problem is this joseph, its an inbread p.o.s of a vehical.you should burn it and buy a 350 chevy ha ha ha!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Aaron, I had the same problem. It is the most expensive part of course the computer. I replaced everything as well till I replaced it. They are remanufactured and have had problems with them as well. I am on my third one now at 200k miles. Oh and by the way it does not show up on the diagnostic check. Good luck
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Check the pickup in the distributor as this is the cam sensor. The injectors run of the pulses created while the rotor is turning around. It should be a plastic disk located under the rotor button.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Ok...you mentioned that there is no spark coming from the coil when it's in no start...Is there power from the alternator going to the coil?
One other item...If the timing chain is worn and stretched, it is possible that the cam sensor and crank sensor are out of phase with each other, just enough where a temperature difference will change starting ability.
One question...while in no start, have you tried changing the throttle position while cranking to see if it lights at part or 3/4 throttle?
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
TRY THE PLUGS ,CAP&ROTOR CHANGE THE FUEL FILTER,STILL NO START,THEN CHECK THE FUEL FILTER NOW, IT SHOULD BE WET,IF NOT THEN YOUR FUEL PUMP IS NOT WORKING
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Could be one of several items...I'd check the fuel pump relay, auto shutdown relay and the ignition switch itself. I'd bet on it being one of those relays but, we all have been fooled at least once!!! I'd also make sure that body and engine grounding is good and clean. Relays can't work properly without a good ground.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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