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Old 03-23-2010, 05:57 PM
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I have been meaning to check this, but I cannot locate it. I admit I am in-experienced.
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on your throttle body......
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There is a flat gismo bolted to the firewall in plain sight above the valve cover.
It has a 3 wire connector on the underneath and a vacuum line from the intake manifold.
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What JKrifle said, on the fire wall just above and towards the driver's side. Flat chingus, with 3 wire connector and vacuum line to intake or TB. (Mine goes to the back of the TB) Must depend on year. Mines a 90.
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There is a flat gismo bolted to the firewall in plain sight above the valve cover.
It has a 3 wire connector on the underneath and a vacuum line from the intake manifold.
X2. in mine its black and I think in most it is. Just to the left and up a little from the brake booster
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The newer cherokees have the map sensor on the throtle body.
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Excellent, thanks guys.
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isnt that what i said?
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Yes?
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