How do I Check the Map Sensor in an '88 Cherokee?

Answer The map sensor in your Jeep Cherokee is part of a large network of sensors linked to the engine's Electronic Control Module. The ECM constantly monitors all engine activity through the supplied inp... Read More »

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How to Install a Map Sensor in a 1998 Cherokee?

The MAP sensor in your 1998 Jeep Cherokee is responsible for measuring the airflow going to the engine. MAP stands for "manifold absolute pressure". As the name suggests, the MAP sensor is mounted ... Read More »

How to Adjust the Throttle Position Sensor on a Cherokee?

Adjusting the throttle position sensor on your Jeep Cherokee can be a little intimidating. The process really isn't hard, but take your time to get it right. The TPS uses voltage to transmit the po... Read More »

How to Change the Oxygen Sensor to a Jeep Cherokee?

Most likely you have multiple oxygen sensors in your Jeep Cherokee. Figuring out which one needs to be replaced will be more challenging than actually replacing it. A code reader can condemn and po... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor On a Jeep Cherokee?

The function of the oxygen sensors on the Jeep Cherokee is to measure oxygen in the exhaust and relay the information to the Cherokee's engine computer, which examines this signal and adjusts the f... Read More »