Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My Grand Cherokee occasionally goes into brain-freeze and forgets how to idle, I once heard from a trustworthy source that the vehicle "remembers" the driving habits of its primary driver. Unhook the battery for a while to clear all the stuff stored in the brain-box. Start and drive aggressively for a while, don't get too carried away. If it works better that means it still likes you.
The sensor in magnetic and is on the waffle disk, aka flywheel, if it comes unglued it can migrate a small bit and mess up driveability. If it moves a lot the car won't run. You can't reglue it, have to replace the wafle plate, loads of fun involving hoists, jacks and profanity.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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