Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
If all wiring is intact and connections are good, it's a good bet that the regulator has failed. But, it's part of the computer (makes as much sense to me as sewing your socks to your pants, but that's where it is). There is a "work around" for that by usnig an older style chrysler regulator but it will turn the check engine light on and in many places it won';t pass inspection like that (though it has nothing to do with emissions). I'd tell you how to do it but really can't remember except that the field wire gets disconnected from the computer and the regulator gets attached. (I know, not real helpful but last one I did was a long time ago)
Probably your best option is to get a computer from a scrapyard and not mess with it.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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