|01-03-2011 02:02 PM|
|birtydugger||Yeah u got one...they do go bad especially if water penetrates it!..dont jet-wash ur engines or go fast through rivers they hate it!!!|
|01-03-2011 01:15 PM|
As posted earlier, it will be screwed into the throttle body on the driver's side facing the firewall. There's a 3 wire plug that goes into it.
If you have a multimeter you could test yours, but they aren't expensive to replace and they can go bad.
|01-03-2011 12:51 PM|
|YJ designer||It is fuel injected.. does it still have TPS?|
|01-03-2011 12:49 PM|
TPS...Throttle Position Sensor...try changing that...its on the back end of the throttle-body (carb) facing the firewall...it has a conector plugged into it..pull it out and undo the 2 torx screws..put new one in...
Throttle Position Sensor for 91-95 Jeep® Wrangler YJ
|01-03-2011 12:32 PM|
|YJ designer||Thanks.. will check them.|
|01-03-2011 12:29 PM|
|Timberwolf||fuel filter or pump?|
|01-03-2011 12:25 PM|
YJ crank position sensor
Have '91 YJ, building for 2 yrs. and drive most days. Other day it turned over but won't start. Distributor cap, rotor and wires are new. I tested coil and it was fine. Mechanic tested and replaced crankshaft position sensor, but now it won't start unless gas pedal is pushed to floor board. Never in 2 yrs have I touched the gas pedal when starting the jeep. Why now is this required for it to start? I thought fuel injected engines, you should never touch the gas pedal and now I have too.