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    Oil level was fine and I havenít found any leaks

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    Transmission oil level as well?


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    Update.
    Took it to the dealership near me. They said they checked all wires and no signal was coming from the camshaft position sensor. So I bought one, swapped them out, and itís still in mucho limp mode. Pretty hosed at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesigningOblivion View Post
    Update.
    Took it to the dealership near me. They said they checked all wires and no signal was coming from the camshaft position sensor. So I bought one, swapped them out, and itís still in mucho limp mode. Pretty hosed at the moment
    did they do any other diagnostics? PCM, crankshaft position sensor, starter, wiring harness any corroded or broken wires to the battery?

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    From what he said they checked the wiring harness and everything leading too/from the sensor. Not sure about anything else. Iíll have to take it back today

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    Update! After being at Aamco for a week they figured out the ground wire inside the connector itself that connects to the camshaft position sensor was either cracked or broken(canít remember how he phrased it)
    So if this works Iíll post a solved thread! Iíll find out Friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesigningOblivion View Post
    Update! After being at Aamco for a week they figured out the ground wire inside the connector itself that connects to the camshaft position sensor was either cracked or broken(canít remember how he phrased it)
    So if this works Iíll post a solved thread! Iíll find out Friday
    Hope it's fixed. Blows me away that an Aamco found it over a dealership, but hope they did.
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    Been having the exact same problem with a little bit of extra problems! But I just saw this thread and Iím going to the dealership in about 20 minutes to see whatís wrong. I really want to know what happened to your JEEP !


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