Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
The problem is that you need to understand OBD 2 Systems first
Then diagnose whatever the issues were.
You do not just put parts on any vehicle hoping to resolve an issue.
You only replace any part when it was found to have failed
or reaches a certain milage and is due to be replaced.
In most cases that will require the use of a volt meter or an
oscilloscope, as well as system knowledge.
There could be 20 things that could cause a problem
You have to use the codes you get,if any, to start a process
Posted on May 22, 2011
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