Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hi yes this is very reliable, i think you have miss understood what the code is, this also refers to the throttle position sensor, this is the sensor that gets information from the ECM to either go faster ( open throttle, or go slower close throttle) this unit it self may be the cause and not just the wire ( not cable ) you might need a TP sensor..throttle position sensor, you can check the wiring for this to, just to see if it is ok, but i think that is what you will need the TP sensor...hope this helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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