Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
TURNS OVER BUT WONN,T START
Fuses are easy to test. DMM in hand.
set to low resistance (dial) Rx2 or as low as it goes..
then check fuse. 0 ohms is good, infinity (OR/OL) is bad.
now the rules of ASD.
got spark cranking?
got spark for 2 seconds cranking,
is the ASD closing for 2 seconds, the drops out cranking?
here are the 7 /8 rules of ASD.
there are many fuses to get EFI running , on all cars.
fuse 6,11,16,21 all kill it.
the FSm shows which, see chapter 8w-30
the fSm is the deal working on any car FSM free, is a head against wall experience. and 100x that today.
get one, and keep it with car.
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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