Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Good Evening, I can certainly understand your problem, I fought with a 97 grand cherokee with the same problem, at the end of all the troubleshooting it ended up being the information display module. Certainly it is something to consider, especially changing the sensor a couple times to be sure. Hope this helps, If you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
The coolant sensor is located behind the water gooseneck where the thermostat is ,2 wires with a plug in end. it threads into the intake manifold,unplug the plug unscrew the old one screw in the new one plug the plug into the new sensor , the one you replaced was for the coolant level sensor......
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