Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This problem is frecuently in this models, check the levels and Reset your ECU.
Review the #8 wire in a ribbon connector, the factory that made the VICs use a wave soldering method, and the #8pin (which is the coolant sensor ground pin- IIRC it's pink- will havea cold solder joint. If you can see faults in this connections,it takes about 15 minutes to get the VIC out of the car, and if you cansolder, another 5 to fix the problem. I'd advise re-soldering all theconnections, while you're in there.
If the problem stay there, just change your coolant sensor.
Good luck, and remember rated this help.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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