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Re: Jeep Grand Cherokee engine sounds like it's missing
Stuff like this really aggravates me... I ran a shop for over 30yrs and ALWAYS test drove everything. From a shop owners perspective, sending a vehicle out the door running like garbage is the best way of making sure the customer will never come back! (and that person WILL tell their friends!) I maintained a less than 2% comeback rate, and NEVER had to advertise, though business continually grew.What I said in my last post still holds true... if you have a shop that regularly does your work, have them go over it if you are not confident the first shop can fix it without "ripping you off"
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D0vUEDSwXo May 12, 2013 - Uploaded by Robert DIY
Replaced the crank sensor on this 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee.... to replace my crankshaft position sensor on my 1998 grand cherokee laredo.
CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR LOCATION FOR 4.0L ENGINE IS ON TRANSMISSION BELLHOUSING AT THE LEFT REAR OF THE ENGINE. FOR 5.2L ENGINE CRANKSHAFT SENSOR LOCATED ENGINE BLOCK BEHIND THE RIGHT CYLINDER HEAD.
Sounds a whole lot like a dirty or malfuncitionig idle air control valve. A coil would generally show up as a miss under load or high rpm, crank sensors generally work or they dont, only sometimes giving you a miss, but that would be all the time at any rpm. Computer, I doubt for too many reasons to list. Could also be related to a bad throttle position sensor or a very slight vacuum leak.
You need to put the harmonic balance for the 96 jeep on this motor,then put the crankshaft sensor on for the 96 jeep on the vehicle,this should fix you up.The crankshaft sensor and the harmonic balance have to go together.If I can be further help,let me know.>>firstname.lastname@example.org
i think your barking up the wrong tree here,it sounds like it needs the computer on it and someone to drive whilst the other person monitors it or a rolling road.Its all very well changing this sensor or that one but without knowing exactly you could waste more money than what it would cost putting it into a dealer with mechanics with product knowledge