Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
That is correct the most common reason for this type of problem with these jeeps is the crank sensor, the sensor is hard to see and is a little tight to get at, a lift would be the ideal way to replace it but if one is not available then on the ground will have to do. lets see if i can get you a diagram.okay im not sure what engine is in your jeep but its a 6 cylinder or an 8 cylinder engine.if you have the 6 cylinder engine the sensor is on the left side near the top of the trany housing but if you have the 8 cylinder then its on the rightside near the top. heres a diagram of the 8 cylinder engine the 5.2 this shows you the rightside from standing behind the trany. hope this is helpful. good luck. Note; if you have the 4.0 engine it the same area just on the leftside.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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