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  1. cvaughan99
    01-31-2017 04:06 PM - permalink
    cvaughan99
    I finally did c101 delete still no luck new o2 sensor and map as well even though they tested good I hate throwing parts at stuff lol makes me feel like a ****ty mechanic but I'm out of knowledge here. I got my sensor ground down to .3 ohms pulled pcm apart and no evidence of any burning or heat there I'm looking at possible ignition control module issues now is there a way to test the icm ? My cps is new, drilled and putting out .4 AC volts and the power and ground to icm are good
  2. cruiser54
    01-23-2017 11:15 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    Have you performed tip 6?
    Sometimes eliminating the C101 is necessary.
  3. cvaughan99
    01-22-2017 06:32 PM - permalink
    cvaughan99
    Hi cruiser I have an idle miss I cant find 86 XJ 4.0 swapped w std just put new head (comp was 130-140 before) cam & lifters timing & ckp senor notched upp hole wires have been replaced from pcm to sens new injectors (neon ev6 4 Pintle) new plugs wires cap rotor cleaned & tweaked all conn except pcm did not delete c101 cleaned & tweaked I did delete the tps wires fromc101 I have checked all the sensors per your writeup is on 3rd tps no change iac is good/clean did sensor ground mod did lower resistance still misses chkd dist position fuel press is 39 lb flow rate is good egr is del block off plate & plug in mani vac lines have been replaced only has map fp Reg 1 to v-cover & 1 to junction for 4x and hvac int vac is 14 hg int gask is new and was lightly siliconed at int ports no cracks in int
    Q
    There is still 1.3 ohms resistance from tps to batt neg is this ok and if not how do I reduce it
    Should I increase the gauge of the single ground from the sensors at the mod point to the pcm
  4. cruiser54
    01-18-2017 07:44 PM - permalink
    cruiser54
    I don't trust the previous owner. Verify everything your self.

    90 and 93 have almost a negligible power difference.

    Glad you enjoy the website!!
  5. Ironside93
    01-14-2017 12:48 AM - permalink
    Ironside93
    Ok so I will also tell you what he (the owner) told me as well as what I noticed: the owner said he's only had to do/done new spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor, oil changes, and the rotor, I noticed though he indirectly said he hasn't cleaned the air filter because he said it might be dirty, and it was rather hesitant on throttle response, idk if it's because of the power difference between the 1990 and the 93 or something else. Btw nice job with your website I love the way you have it laid out and properly coded!
  6. Ironside93
    01-12-2017 04:54 PM - permalink
    Ironside93
    i would do that now... but i am getting another cherokee (surprise right) its going to be the replacement for my 1994 chevy, it is probably the most cleanest xj i've seen in my area its a 1990 with the renix motor, the only thing that is bothering me is that when i had it idling it was chugging like it was about to stall out, any ideas?
  7. stardust22
    12-30-2016 02:24 PM - permalink
    stardust22
    Cruiser,

    Wondering if you could visit my thread: http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f2/1986...2/#post3342605

    I was hoping you would have some information to contribute.

    Thanks.
  8. Ironside93
    12-28-2016 06:26 PM - permalink
    Ironside93
    How would I calculate that? Just add the total amps being drawn and compare that to the output? As I am sure you have seen, I wanna run a few lights on the old jeep....
  9. cruiser54
    12-28-2016 07:59 AM - permalink
    cruiser54
    The front clip swap is super easy.
    The fusebox isn't the issue with the alternator output. The amp load the alternator will see as a result is. That needs to be calculated.
  10. Ironside93
    12-27-2016 11:35 PM - permalink
    Ironside93
    Ok so I have the Ironside project rn, and haven't really even scratched the surface for what needs to be done, do you know or have some tips for doing a header panel swap, along with the front fenders? Also do you think I could run a second fuse box on the current factory alternator or would it be too much for it? Thank you for your time and help. Also any tips in general would be appreciated immensely

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    Year
    1990
    Model
    Comanche
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    AW4
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    NP 231
    Front Axle
    Dana 30
    Rear Axle
    Dana 44
    Tires
    235
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    Prescott, Az
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