I wonder if the harness is faulty or the sensor and or gauge. First consult the wiring diagram.. I check ground on the harness first. Are there other electrical problems, possibly related to the same electrical issue? As for the pressure sensor, check for voltage, or, if you remove the wire feeding the sensor and ground it, with someone watching the gauge for movement. If you see movement at the gauge, the fault is the sensor. If no movement run a temporary line and bypass the harness. If this is successful, make plans to change that temporary title to permanent. Needless to say, harness changing is daunting and unneccesary.
Yes and no. As long as the motor is the same, the harness should be the same.
Cherokee Laredo, no. Grand Cherokee Laredo, yes.
If it doesn't have a trailer plug, it does not have a factory trailer harness.
Will the bell housing mate up to the new engine? The wiring harness and computer will need to be replaced. Do both engines require the same fuel pressure, if not then you will need to replace the fuel pump. And the beat goes on.
Check your fuel pressure. No pressure means the pump is not running or defective. Check for voltage at the pump harness and pump relay. If you have voltage and fuel pressure to spec, then you have some other issue, and the fuel pump is not the problem.
The oil pressure sensor on a 92 Honda Accord is replaced by disconnecting the wiring harness and unscrewing it using a wrench or socket set. The replacement sensor is then put into place and torqued back to specs.
Under the hood, along the wiring harness.
Check and see if you have fuel pressure it might be the fuel pump. Before you replace the fuel pump try replacing the wiring harness first because they have a bad problem burning up. Just got done replacing mine and my brothers.
Just get a wiring harness form e-trailer for about $30 it is easy to install has instructions with it. Wayne
Not sure what you mean by sequence. The harness does have a proper routing location and it must be plugged into the proper locations.
Not Always, On A few nissans, I have found that the problem was actually the harness and not the sensor. This may save you a bit of money!
simply get a different wiring harness from the junk yard
Wiring runs all over the vehicle.
check the fuses fuse box and the wireing harness in the back of the vehicle jeeps are known for the harness or the fuse box going bad
maybe not free but cheap at the junk yard
Yes, but you will also need the wiring harness and ecm.
NO. The computer and the wireing harness is different and so is the fuel pump / pressure.
It is a wire loom that powers the buttons/switches for the power seat!
It really depends on which wiring harness. If you are asking about the whole cars wiring I would seriously take it to a shop. Other harnesses may be easy, like the radio harness, and door switch harnesses are the easy ones.
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your oil pressure gauge. Secure the oil pressure gauge with the retaining screws.
Purchase a harness that is custom made for your vehicle and is not a universal harness. It comes with complete instructions on how to hook it up. It is very easy and normally no wiring is needed. It is just disconnect and plug in. Here is just one, and you may find one cheaper at Walmart or local dealers. http://hitches4less.com/jeep-grand-cherokee-trailer-wiring1.html
YES. The harness is behind the bumper in proximity of the location of the lights.