Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
The following has been confirmed; Yes there is spark, yes there is 10.5V at the injector when cranking, yes there is 49psi fuel pressure when cranking, yes there are pulse voltage at the Cam and Crank sensors. No there are no codes or check engine light
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would be thinking that there is a good chance that you need to be checking out replacing the computer, if you aren't getting any communication with the proper scan tool then the computer isn't communicating with anything in the vehicle...... I would have guessed first off that the ignition control module might be bad but that is obviously part of the computer also, I would be looking in that direction.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
SOURCE: jeep grand cherokee
Just trying to help. Jeep dealer won't tell you what code means? My guess would be in the intake system. MAF sensor? Air intake leak? I don't think its the pos. sensors because your engine would not run (been there done that). Your throttle is cable driven?
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
SOURCE: 2002 WG Jeep Grand Cherokee
The error P1130 and P1131 is for the fuel trim and lean fuel mixture respectively. This tells me that this may be an issue with the air fuel mixture or its reached its limits in compensating for the incorrect mixture. You could try to clean out the intake first using carb cleaner spray or tuner spray to clean out the intake and the MAF sensor which measures the air that comes in. Check also if there are leaks or gaps on the air duct found between the air filter and the intake manifold and the intake plenum. Leaks would cause the system to get an incorrect reading. If it were a faulty sensor you should get the error code for the sensor and you may have issues starting the engine up.
Check also the vacuum hoses which may be loose or cracked that needs replacing or refitting. This is also a common cause. I also do not rule out the possibility of the fuel sensors going or starting to go bad. The PCV may also need cleaning or replacing.
With all mentioned items go check first the leaks of the intake system and the vacuum lines as these are found to be common. Some leaks or cracks are minimal but is crucial to the sensors.
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
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