Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
1.black to black,dark green to dark green,blue to light green,red to grey.
or you can try this look at your plug ends and go to left to right on the plug and macht them together
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bosch 02 sensor downstream on
The two white are the heater
The black the ground
The gray the O2 Sensor output,
you back probe to check Voltage
& Switching Times
The vehicle wiring harness does not have to match
the sensor, BUT -- you need to have the same
connector on the sensor
If you have a universal cut & splice, you have junk,
and we given the wrong part
Get a Bosch or NGK, OEM sensor & just
plug it in
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
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