How to Replace a Sensor in a Jeep?

Answer Modern vehicles come with an almost countless number of sensors. The most common ones you'll find on your Jeep include oxygen, mass airflow, exhaust gas recirculation, ABS, and speed sensors. There... Read More »

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How to Replace the O2 Sensor on a Jeep?

O2 sensors, or oxygen sensors, control the fuel and air mixture in your Jeep's combustion engine. The sensor reads the amount of oxygen in your exhaust gas and determines if the car is running lean... Read More »

How to Replace a Cam Sensor Distributor in a Jeep?

A Jeep uses a distributor with a self-contained cam position sensor. It is a normal hall-effect sensor, and the nice thing is that it is replaceable, by itself, without replacing the distributor. W... Read More »

How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor in a Jeep?

The oxygen sensors on your Jeep meter the amount of oxygen to fuel burning and communicate to the computer of the Jeep when there is a variance of rich or lean mixture. After a while, due to heat a... Read More »

How to Replace the MAP Sensor in a 1989 Jeep Comanche?

The 1989 Jeep Comanche was offered with a 2.5-liter in-line four-cylinder engine or a 4.0-liter high-output in-line six-cylinder engine. Despite the different engine configurations, the manifold ab... Read More »