Question about 1991 Jeep Wrangler
Yes, it has a computer. Have him clear the codes and then begin again. while working, he is likely setting nonsense codes by connecting/disconnecting various sensors.By now, he's likely reading every code in the book. Before changing the computer, he needs to check all grounds etc. bad signals going in will influence what the computer reads and stores. If any of the people you know have a shop they recommend, you might consider using them instead. It sounds a bit like the tech working on your vehicle is lost, or you are not understanding what he is telling you. Computers can go bad, but more often than not it turns out to be a problem elsewhere.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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