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Where is the OBD I plug on a 91 jeep wrangler?

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There should be a connection under the dash near the steering column if not check near your main fuse box

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SOURCE: 91 Jeep wrangler New everything idles rough, no Power then dies

you check for miss how is compression

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SOURCE: belt diagram for a 91 wrangler 2.5

Hi. look carefully under the hood as there is usually a sticker showing this. Also, look in the owner manual. If all else fails go to any NAPA store and ask them for a copy of the diagram from their database. J.

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After changing transmission and clutch in 91 Wrangler, clutch goes to floor. Tried bleeding line but didn't work.


The clutch should go to the floor =) But if it's not disengaging the clutch disk, there's definitely a problem between the pedal and the clutch disk. I'm guessing you have a hydraulic clutch?

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Hi. look carefully under the hood as there is usually a sticker showing this. Also, look in the owner manual. If all else fails go to any NAPA store and ask them for a copy of the diagram from their database. J.

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Code scan: P0301 Cylinder 1 misfire detected


Code P0301 is a generic OBD Code for Misfire. It also indicates you have a misfire in the #1 Cylinder. I would start by checking the plug wire to make sure its clean and on all the way (at the coil as well). Then if that doesnt help I would pull the plug out and check the condition of the spark plug. hopefully this will give you some direction. Thanks for Using FixYa!

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