In the relay box under the hood.
The thermo fan sensor is on the thermostat housing, right below the distributer.
The camshaft position sensor is inside the distributor. The crankshaft position sensor is in the top of the bell housing on the driver side.
The radiator fan switch on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee is located on the driver's side fender wall inside the engine compartment. It is a box about 1inch by 1inch just below the battery location.
Look on the back on the transfer case. There should be one wire running from it. That's your speed sensor. -- Blake.
No. The crankshaft position sensor is required for the engine to start and run. The engine computer uses it for fuel and ignition timing.
check the TVSV Thermo vacume switch valve.
check for spark and fuel pressure I just had this problem with a 1989 Cherokee and had to have a Cranking Sensor installed.
sound like a bad dimmer switch hi/low beam
How to replace spark plugs in a 1989 jeep cherokee?
It will bolt in, but the intake on the 1996 is different and the cylinder head on the 1996 does not have the temp sensor for the gauge in the same location.
The cold start sensor is the top sensor on the right side of the thermostat housing as you are looking at the engine from the front of the vehicle. It is 22mm.
The Oxygen Sensor on a 1989 Cherokee 4.0L is on the exhaust pipe on the left side of the engine just below the exhaust manifold. You can see it from above but you must replace it from below. It is pretty easy to reach. I recently changed mine and it took only 10 minutes using an O2 sensor wrench.
It should be for the rear wiper or rear defroster. I have a 1992 (no power switch), but on the left side of my column are the fog light and rear defrost switches, and on the right is the rear wiper switch.
It's located under the dash wher the clutch peddle is attached to the hinge. It's fight next to the break sensor.
Try pushing the turn signal lever forward, or pulling it toward you. This is a common location for the high beam switch.
where do I find the color code for a 1989 jeep Cherokee and what does it look like
A 1989 5.9L Cummins does not have a cam sensor.
All Oxygen Sensors are located in the exhaust eitherbefore or after the catalytic converter. Your O2 sensor may not be defective as a vacuum leak can cause the code.
temp switch if its on front if its on back knock sensor
I'm not sure if it's the same on the 2004 but I have a 1989 and it's on the top left side of the transmission bell housing.
Cooling fan operation in determined by the Powertrain control module using inputs from the Coolant temperature sensor and A/C request signal from A/C system.
Replace your control module.
either the ignition switch or the lock cylinder itself is bad. I would change both and check the rod that goes into the switch to make sure it is not binding up
I have 1989 jeep Cherokee automatic 4.o and it wouldn't shift out of 1st gear so i looked all over and found out it was the t.p.s it cast me at pepboys about 90-bucks But better the a new tranny. Try it it works "Throttle position sensor" thanks Jeff e s
The 1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula map sensor is located behind the dashboard. The map sensor will be on the drivers side.