On the '89 it's on the top left side of the transmission bell housing.
The most common reason for the XJ Cherokee to turn over and not start running is a faulty Crankshaft Position Sensor (CPS) on the transmission bell housing. Search the Internet or some of the Jeep specific forums, there are instructions for testing the CPS.
It is above the starter. You must remove the started to get at the CPS. There is one bolt that holds the CPS in the block.
CPS is located on bell housing drivers side. Hard to get to! Common problem for 90's Cherokee not to start.
The cps could be a cam or crank sensor. The cam sensor is inside the distributor. The crank sensor mounts through the top of the bell housing, pointing at the flywheel.
The camshaft position sensor is inside the distributor. The crankshaft position sensor is in the top of the bell housing on the driver side.
I am having the same problem with my 93 jeep cherokee. it can hardly get out of its own way! i just recently rebuilt my motor and transmission. i replaced the cps ( crankshaft position sensor) and it made a noticeable difference, but still hasn't fixed the problem completely! I need help!
The Crankshaft Position Sensor is attached to the bellhousing.The CPS detects teeth on the flyweel as thay pass the sensor during engine operation and thus provides the computer with info concerning engine speed and crankshaft angle. Hope this helps.
The cam sensor is in the distributor. The crank sensor goes through the top of the bell housing. On the driver side on a 4.0L, pass side on a 5.2L
No, as this engine has been built since 1964.
The cam position sensor is in the distributor. on both engines. The crank postion sensor goes through the top left of the bell housing on the 4.0L and the top right on the V8.
AnswerIts most likely to be the Crank Position Sensor (CPS) failing.
The CPS is locted on the transmission bell housing top drivers side. Look down from drivers side at rear of motor by the fire wall... you will see the wire conector going to the top of the drivers side of the transmission. GL.Answerthe cps is located on the bottom side of the engine under the manifold Answerits mounted on the tranny
Check Emissions Control. CPS, EGR, O2 Sensor,MAP, CTS, etc... -Fuel Pressure Regularotr. -Fuel Pump. -plugs, wires, dist. cap and rotor. -ECM. *I had success by installing a new O2 sensor, and CPS crankshaft position sensor.
11: No crank signal to computer. Fault in wiring between crankshaft position sensor (CPS) and ECM ( PCM or computer ) or faulty CPS.12: Battery disconnected. Battery or power to the ECM disconnected in the last 50 key cycles.66: TCM to PCM failure. No message from the Transmission Control Module (TCM) to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
It depends on which 'sensor' you are replacing. The crankshaft positioning sensor is on the lower left side of the engine, behind the oil filter. The CPS attaches to the bell housing. Search youtube for videos on replacing this particular sensor. Other videos may assist with other sensors.
My 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee was doing the exact same thing. The dealership told me the crank sensor had shorted out and caused all of the problems. They replaced it and I am back in business!!! I agree, mine was giving "NO BUS" error on the odometer and the CPS (Crank Position Sensor) was the culprit. Located on the rear of the top lip of the transmission, above the opening for the flywheel. I replaced mine myself, HUGE PAIN....so, I'd recommend having it done...
The Model and Year of Jeep and engine size is required information for a specific answer.The Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP or sometimes CPS) is located on the transmission bell housing.The Camshaft Position Sensor ( sometimes called the Camshaft Pickup or CPS) is located inside the distributor. If your Jeep has the coil-on-plug distributor-less ignition, it still has a Camshaft Sensor in the same location as the distributor would be located.
If you've already changed the CPS, there's also a sync sensor, and a latch solenoid. Either one might get weak and fail when hot. Also, check your oil viscosity and the oil pressure sensor because the motor will automatically shut down to prevent damage if the sensor says oil pressure is too low.
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Check for fuel Check for spark Could be a host of things: Bad fuel pump Faulty Crank Position Sensor (CPS) or it the wire is disconnected Bad ignition switch Faulty coil and/or sparkplug wires (e.g. no spark) The CPS often go bad. They are about $100 at most autoparts stores. Only 2 bolts hold it on, but its a bear to get to. Located (usually) on the bell housing of the transmission on the driver's side almost at the top. Very little room to get in there.
Normal would be 11 octaves starting at 20 cps and ending at 20,000 cps. A few people can hear about a quarter octave higher or lower or both. Frequencies double for each octave. The lowest note on a pipe organ is 32 cps from a 32 foot long pipe.
No. Fuel mixture and start up is Dependant on other sensors ECTS, IAT, MAP, and CPS. A no start situation may be the cause of a bad ECTS as this is most common. Replace with brass ECTS.
cps? Could you explain what this is?
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