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Where is the computer located in 2000 jeep saharah no bus ....... need to reconnect

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  • lucheese Jul 30, 2009

    dashboard reads ....no bus.... dealer says need to reconnect wire to computer so i need to know where the computer is located in the jeep thanks

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    Douglas Hansen May 11, 2010

    No communication to the datalink? If so check fuses.

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I think its on the passenger side firewall under the hood.

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On the floorboard, just behind the shifter consol. (Under the dash)

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What does no bus mean on the odometer


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On 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited gives DTC P1687- No Mexhanical Instrument Cluster BUS Messages Received. What could be the problem?


Broken wire from your onboard computer to the test port, or broken wire or circuit inside your onboad computer.

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2000 jeep Cherokee no bus


Hi there:

The bus is the network the computers use to talk to each other. When it comes up in the mileage display this means that the network has shut down. You may have damaged wiring, a shorted cam or crank sensor, or you got a defective PCM.


Sometimes, the problem you are having is with a bad computer. Most likely this is being caused by a bad engine computer and will need to replace in order to solve this issue. The PCM is located in the engine compartment next to the air cleaner assembly.


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2000 jeep grand cherokee laredo showing code p1686, p1687, p1688, geuges go down, all warning lights come on, with time, the geuges comes on, and the warning lights come off, all but the security key...


Diagnostic Fault Code (DTC) P1686 has a generic description of "No SKIM Bus Nessage Received".
Diagnostic Fault Code (DTC) P1687 has a generic description of "No Instrument Cluster Bus Message"

P1688 is either not a valid code for your vehicle, or the manufacturer failed to provide specific information for it.
Basically, what is going on here is that you have a problem in your computer network communication bus. Or to put it more simply, the "phone line" is down. Your computers in your vehicle are having problems talking to each other.

"SKIM" stands for Sentury Key Imobilizer Module (AKA security module). The Instrument cluster and the SKIM are not communicating with the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) for sure, and possibly also not communicating with the Body Control Module (BCM). There may also be problems with other modules that share the same data lines.
This MUST be diagnosed with a scan tool that can access the entire computer network. You must find out which modules can communicate with the scanner and which ones cannot. This is necessary to determine the possible location of the fault.

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I have 2000 jeep wrangler .. cumputer light is on .. give me code says 1687


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I need to know how to reset the computer in my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo


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My 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 stalls out while I'm driving and a No Bus signal comes on the odometer reading. It starts again usually after a few minutes but how can I fix this?


i had a jeep that flashed that and wouldnt start i ended up replacing the pcm(engine computer) after checking the wire harness and connection if im not mistaken the pcm is in a place where it can be exposed to water so it might have water damage hard to tell without the truck but the bus signal is a state of health from the computer like a self diagnostic of it so without the signal it wont run hope this helps good luck

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Bus communications stop only when running


"No Bus" is a very common message on chrysler vehicles. The first thing to try is a complete computer rest. This can be accomplished by disconnecting the negative battery cable, followed by the positive cable. Then Take the two cable ends and clamp them together for about 3 minutes. Reconnect in the reverse order and start the vehicle.
I have had a high rate of succes with this solution. Sometimes, the "no Bus" message is actually caused by a loss of communication between computer modules due to a true failure, but in MOST cases, it is simply a glitch in the system that confuses the cluster and requires a complete reboot such as this

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Check engine light comes on and then the gauges flat line and drop, then the odom reading says no bus?? what does that mean??


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2000 Jeep Wrangler Computer


which computer? there are a few but i think you mean the PCM or Powertrain control module. that is bolted to the firewall behind the battery

Jan 03, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Wrangler

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