Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee
I'm sure you tested the sensor before you replaced it, right? You need to first determine if your problem is spark or fuel related...problem could be just about anything at this point, you need to narrow down the field a bit!! There are fairly simple tests you can do with a decent volt/ohmeter that are outlined in most inexpensive manuals. And, you get to keep the manual to help with many other items on your vehicle!!
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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