Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee
I suppose if you undid the electrical plug on the injector , the injectors wouldn't fire. I guess you can test it out and see for sure. If you just remove the spark plug wires, it would run really rough. If you do remove the clip, you will get a check engine light that denotes the missing signal from the corresponding injector. Make sure you don't do it on the #1 cylinder (closest to the front). The computer uses that cylinder to adjust timing and start-up checks. Are you trying to go from 8 to 6 or 6 to 4?
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