Originally Posted by Tomdata
Hey Tom, you were so helpful yesterday I can't help but pick on you today... Whenever you have some downtime if you have input on the next step of resolving my overall issue, I would greatly appreciate any input.
I'm guessing there may be a third device with bad ground to check, So far today I've run through, pulled , cleaned, reset, and tested all major ground wires. These are grounds I find coming from the negative battery terminal going to the firewall, to the block, and from the block to the fire wall and they test 0 volts. Seems plausible that the bad grounds must be coming from the ECU, unless I've missed something Maybe the ECU itself has a bad ground... I sit and Ponder ponder ponder.... Anyways the post is getting to long here...
I'm still poking around and plan to poke around all day till I track down the culprit.
The new post with new video is at: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/star...ml#post3866618
Retesting the TPS while installed it actually reads 1.18 to 4.98 I think that's just due to the idle setting and/or the way its bolted on. I figure that should be fine and surely NOT cause the dying when giving gas quickly issue. Once warmed up she idles at a steady 1000 again...
Also, lastly, I Tested the O2 Sensor voltage and that looks well grounded. Out comes the manual again... I've about read the whole damn book over the last week.