Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The wire colors don’t match the scheme of the code reference instructions.
My old one has 2 blacks, 1 white, 1 green. I must connect the new one to these wires.
The new (universal o2 sensor) one has 1 black,1 gray and 2 white wires.
Finally, I guess I'd ask if it will cause damage if I try it one way to see if it works then try reversing the wires if it doesn't work?
-wire the black and gray (of new part) to the two blacks (original wires)
-wire one white (of new part) to white and the other white to the green?
Don't put a universal oxygen sensor in your vehicle. You will have nothing but problems, and you will have to put an OEM one in it anyway.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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