Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
P1294 Target idle not reached this is the code in the chrysler list of codes for this number and reading it ,it must mean the idle isnt correct when engine is warm but i could be wrong here in my interpretation as our europeon test puts a probe up the exhaust and the idle doesnt come into the equation .So long as the gas output from the engine is below the specified limits on first run at 2500 rpm then idle is read but this is only for the CO and oxygen levels in the exhaust gas as the level of CO2 will depend on the size of the engine but must be below 2% on idle ,so a big monster american gas burner will still be below the 2% by volume on idle but rise with the increase in engine RPM .Complicated business and costly when the cat goes
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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