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I need to see the engine wiring diagram that shows where the IAT/MAF sensor is located and what color wires do I need to hook my new chip to

I am hooking up a G FORCE performance chip. I need to know where I attach it to and where I can locate the IAT/MAF sensor

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in front of intake manifold air plenum

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highly recommend installing a factory remote starter system if not install properly will have all kind of problems, go to any chrysler jeep dodge dealer and buy a factory system, they do have simple instructions

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: i am trying to put a performance chip on my jeep

i would not advise trying to make it go faster because you are altering the characteristics of the vehicle which will cause problems when it goes for its annual mechanical vehicle inspection,this type of conversion will render the insurance invalid for a start ,also you will be liable to prosecution for using a vehicle that doesnt comply with the certificate of homoglonation issued for the vehicle .Which means that you will automatically be denounced for no insurance as the vehicle has been tampered with.Best advice is to remove the cylinder head and grind the valves in nicely then have a few TH skimmed from the head to increase compression .completely undetectable

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Intake air temperature sensor is usually located about six inches or so behind the throttle body. It screws right into the top of the intake manifold and has two wires.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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You got suckered; the JawDropper performance chip is nothing but a resistor in a fancy box. Google "Jawdropper performance chip" and read the many forum posts about it..Open the box and you'll find things that cost 10 cents at radioshack, put into a box with a sticker, priced at 20-40 bucks. Just toss it out.

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