Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Likely the wires tore out of the connector. That should be somewhere in front of the sensor, attached to the floor board. New sensors are sold with and without the connector attached. Best to buy one pre-built to avoid getting the wires in the wrong positions (only a few $ more than "universal" type). When installing, route the wiring away from the exhaust and make sure it does not hang down.
Once installed, check the fuses in the power distribution center and make sure none are blown. (can happen if one of the wires shorted when they pulled out).
Posted on May 26, 2011
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