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2001 jeep wrangler crankcase senser how to change

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Http://www.go.jeep-xj.info/HowtoCPSchange.htm
See if this helps, Make sure you do not drop a bolt in the bell housing things will go bad to take it to a shop!

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No engine options stated so all answers will be wild guesses.

crankcase. there is no sensor on any crankcase
unless its oil level? or oil pressure, or???
the PCV is a crankcase device. it is easy to remove.

why not tell the story of why you want to find a part .
eg: my buddy said I need to change the PCV at tune up.
or my oil light comes on , at hot idle.
or my crank case oil level light is failing. (only on some engines)
my oil pressure gauge reads wrong.
i can not guess these.

Posted on Aug 09, 2014

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it will be just after the air filter housing or around there.

hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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not hard to change out that oil pan gasket tip- just think of it as a simple job nothing can go wrong you can do this i promis-----its not the rear seal its the shocks and struts common tell tell signs-get new ones before its tooo late

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Jeep Wrangler HP loss

1. did you put oversized tires on the vehicle, if so that changes the gear ratio and will result in power loss,
2.. the catylitic coverter is plugged, often the coverter breaks apart and the pieces find there way to the outlet pipe and restrict exaust flow .
3. a fuel pump probem, low fuel presure under a load, however this condition will make the eng run lean, and most likey set a check eng light,

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 97 jeep wrangler starts then stops right away

Had same problem with my 97 sport, after changing almost all of the ignition components, it turned out to be the TPS.

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SOURCE: trying to find exaust manifold

It will be close to the catalytic converter either before it on the exhaust pipe or just after you may have (2) also. Check it out. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 22, 2011

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Idoling


it will be just after the air filter housing or around there.

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