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Old 02-10-2011, 08:27 AM   #1
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I found a connector with nothing plugged in and was hoping that someone could tell me what it is for. I have accounted for all the sensors at least I think so.
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do you got cruise
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Maybe at some point, I have the controls but it has never worked since I've had the Jeep. Is that where the cruise would hook up then?
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it's ok to have empty connectors. Jeep used the same harness for every option, so most jeeps are bound to have a few empty sockets.

That said, are you having any issues with it running?
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Maybe at some point, I have the controls but it has never worked since I've had the Jeep. Is that where the cruise would hook up then?
not sure thats why i asked you lol is there three cables going to the throttle body
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It cuts off on me which I believe is the Crank sensor since it was 10 ohms to high on the test and which I am replacing Saturday. It Idles 2500 Rpm after the restart from the above problem which I haven't tested the TPS yet but I believe that is the culprit for that and my shifting problem. Other than that it runs good for 278,000 miles
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i think its the plug to the cps?
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It cuts off on me which I believe is the Crank sensor since it was 10 ohms to high on the test and which I am replacing Saturday. It Idles 2500 Rpm after the restart from the above problem which I haven't tested the TPS yet but I believe that is the culprit for that and my shifting problem. Other than that it runs good for 278,000 miles
2500rpm iac motor try cleaning it
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Its not the CPS and its in the same wiring harness that runs along the fuel injectors. I will try cleaning the IAC but with my shifting problem I was thinking TPS. I all ready adjusted the shift cable so the TPS was my next course of action.
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