|07-27-2012 02:42 PM|
Check the o2 sensor, with engine c
old, if it shows ready it is bad.
|07-26-2012 08:38 PM|
|boonie||Sorry 11mm socket. Got it mixed up with something else.|
|07-26-2012 12:36 AM|
|boonie||Drivers side of bell housing towards the top. Has two bolts holding it in place (10 mm wrench size) and a wire connection up towards the manifold. Takes about 15 min to change about $75-100. Just did mine on same vehicle for the second time.|
|07-25-2012 11:54 AM|
Hard Start and Crank Position Sensor
I tried doing a search for this but only found info on the 4.0.
My wife has a 97 TJ 2.5L and it's having some trouble starting in the morning. Nothing too insane, takes about 6-8 seconds of cranking before it catches. Then it will idle fine for about 30-45 seconds and then start an extremely rough idle. This goes away once you apply some throttle and then doesnt come back again unless the jeep has been sitting for a little while.
No check engine light but the OBD reader is signifying no detection of the crank position sensor- bottom line is.... Could this be causing this problem??
If so, where can I find the CPS on a 2.5L? I know it is supposed to be towards the top of the bell housing but I am not finding it. Can someone give me a bit more specific insight as to where it is on a 2.5L??
Thank you all, I look forward to becoming a part of this community!