Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
First thing you need to do there is check all the vacuum lines to make sure all are attached and not cracked or broken. As far as sensors, most are on the intake manifold except the o2 on the exhaust and the temp sensor on the upper coolant inlet on the engine. What you want to do is have a parts house do a scan (most larger outlets do free scans) and buy a chilton or haynes manual to decipher the results. Manual will also give instructions on individual tests for sensors etc and instructions for R&R.
It is also a good idea to check all your spark plugs. Any that are severely worn, oil or fuel fouled etc can give you an idea about what's causing the shaking. Also check the distributor cap, rotor and wires. Old ones can cause mis or cross firing between cylinders. While you have the cap removed, push the shaft the rotor is attached to from side to side. If you find excessive play there the distributor itself may need replacement.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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