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  1. captainkettel
    12-10-2018 03:12 PM - permalink
    I was trying to set my TPS due to a high idle. I checked the "A" plug with ground on "B" and got a reading of 4.7 I probed the "C" plug and get no reading what so ever. Is my TPS bad? Meter seems to be working... Or am I perhaps doing something wrong? Thanks for your time...
  2. patrick s
    12-09-2018 05:24 PM - permalink
    I found nothing wrong with the vacuum line, I do have the parts for the fix, I was waiting to get it running before installing. I tried moving the dist. 1 tooth each way, advanced it stayed running but missing and backfiring out the exhaust. Retired it ran like crap. I may try to go 2 teeth advanced to see if anything changes.
  3. cruiser54
    12-08-2018 08:30 PM - permalink
    How's the tube from the throttle body to MAP sensor? Inspect it closely.
  4. patrick s
    12-08-2018 06:07 PM - permalink
    I have .5 volts. it still misses and backfires out the exhaust, the list. is on #1 firing correct. I looked at the flex plate and it does not look cracked or if it slipped time.
    It sounds like a timing problem but I cannot find anything that would cause the problem. At this point I don't know what else to check.
  5. cruiser54
    12-07-2018 06:59 AM - permalink
    What's the CPS voltage with the new one?
  6. patrick s
    12-06-2018 03:20 PM - permalink
    After losing voltage on the cps I purchsed a new NAPA, while it was out Iused a mirror and light to look at the trigger wheel and found that something scared up the wheel.
    Would that cause it to miss and backfire? Thank you,
  7. patrick s
    12-02-2018 03:47 PM - permalink
    I now have a 1990 comanche. I have now replaced the t
    cps and new cap. wires and roter. the is missing bad, back firkin out the exhaust and will not throttle up. the ups is set at.83 volts. I switched the computer with my spare and no change,
    It has 40 psi fuel pressure, the knock sensor and the coolant sensor test good. Testing the ups I have ,4 ohms of reticence to ground nof flluculation in ground when checking.The map sensor tests good. when running it is very rich. The compression is from 135 to 150 psi. It seems to fire on all 6 cyls. Am rurring out of ideas of the problem,
    Any advice or ideas would greatly appreciated.
  8. cruiser54
    11-13-2018 08:54 PM - permalink
    Have you visited my website? www.cruiser54.com.

    Here's a link to the Tip you're looking for.

    http://cruiser54.com/?p=115
  9. patrick s
    11-08-2018 04:08 PM - permalink
    I have a 1988 comanche and a 1990 comanche. I'm trying to find out where to buy the aux. head light harness as my light switch fried once and the lights are not very good.
    Is there apart no. of something that will work for stock lights?
  10. cruiser54
    10-27-2018 09:34 AM - permalink
    Yep. ZFR5Ns in everything.

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  • About cruiser54
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  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1990
    Model
    Comanche
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    AW4
    Transfer Case
    NP 231
    Front Axle
    Dana 30
    Rear Axle
    Dana 44
    Tires
    235
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    Prescott, Az
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