Question about 1998 Jeep Wrangler
Two things to check first there is an adjustment on that sensor small piece of paper on end of sensor has to contact fly wheel and be torn off at start up adjust to just touch flywheel should do the trick.second is the connector snapped tight. and the wires on those motors are know to have problems just un hook sensor and disconnect battery cable and use a self powered cheap conuity tester on both wires to pcm . u dont need a diagram for this test because the tester will find the wires at pcm if there ok. if you find a open wire open the harness and follow the wire to pcm keep checking along the way with cheap tester dont use a test light ask for connuity tester. hope this helps.it may also need to be resncyed with cam sensor.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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