Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
1998 Jeep cherokee check engine light stays on. AutoZone computer diag says Crankshaft andCamshaft positioning sensors defective. Replaced both. Jeep Dealership $100 diag says replace Power Computer Module. Replaced light still on. Went for a state inspection and computer readout says O2 sensor not ready. Can you help me
Replace O2 sensor. They have to be really hot in order to read right. Did you ensure to drive around a good 30 min to make it hot?
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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