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P1762 fault on 98 jeep gc

Saw a posting you put up and was wondering I could get a better copy of the image for the solution/troubleshooting of the fault code. If so, it would be highly appreciated. If you can send it to charonodaemon@gmail.com.

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I saw this post while tying to fix my jeep.  I did not know what it was, but found this site that does.  Hope it helps.
http://jeepsunlimited.com/forums/showthread.php?postid=5153594

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Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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year 2000? not really huh?
seems the year is wrong,
so if that is true ,is car wrong too, JEEP and grand cherroke wrong too?
for example the 2011 Compass / Patroit
2011 (tsb to replace Pcm) ( have TSB, google finds it easy)
see?

1: get it serviced yet?
2: read the FSM WJ book yet, do all tests it tells you to do ?
there are only 2 paths.
they do it , you do it.?
which one?

WJ 00 (dead end, no code there, OP posted wrong year,. )

U codes are specific to specific jeeps. and years.
posting wrong car....
makes answers impossible. did you scan it yet?

but one thing, we do , is check fuses first.
if the ABS module does not talk, if in fact it is ABS code.
and scan it, first. too.
fuses then scan.
or fail.

these are factory codes, not usa federal codes like P-0300
so post full car spec, and engine, type for best answers.
lets say car is a 2005 GC.
and U0121
see chapter 8E-72 in fsm tells you what to do,
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the below is the buss, the can c bus
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sorry there were no GC until 1993, so post real car, and real year, and model. is this a typo, 2001 ????
which engine? we cant guess that.
or your country, is this and EXPORT JEEp, the FSm has many pages, usa, and export for each engine,not one that i can guess, unstated.
the under hood had a vacuum map, but in 1981, ahhhhhhhh, not sure. (open hood look up and under see EPA vac,map)
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our free books go back to 1993 only
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very very old post
ok i figured your old post out.
you posted a 1981 SJ jeep to jeep grand cherokee section.
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with no engine stated, wow)
ill not try to guess the engine.
here they are...
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fed was called 49 state back when...
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calif versions are huge complex....

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