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Old 19-06-2017
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Bought a boat... Now I need to do some towing upgrades...

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Out cruising the Barcoo river today checking out all the fishing holes ....Letting the dog out ....hard to believe all this is only a half hour from Blackall

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_.(o)_)__(o)_)--o-)_) Flush the brakes on mine and the green 98 sport tomorrow once it is rego again I will get all 3 out here for a pic
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grabbed my spare new-in-box TPS to test in my black Jeep, as it misbehaves during 3-4 shift sometimes.

turns out the plug & sensor is different.

went to the white one, and it has that plug/sensor too...more elongated than the black one, which is somewhat circular

here is what I am thinking to do; cut each plug out, and make harnesses.. red,black, green (5V, earth, output), using shielded spades, then I will be able to interchange at any time to test *possibly* faulty sensor

does anyone foresee a problems with this?
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grabbed my spare new-in-box TPS to test in my black Jeep, as it misbehaves during 3-4 shift sometimes.

turns out the plug & sensor is different.

went to the white one, and it has that plug/sensor too...more elongated than the black one, which is somewhat circular

here is what I am thinking to do; cut each plug out, and make harnesses.. red,black, green (5V, earth, output), using shielded spades, then I will be able to interchange at any time to test *possibly* faulty sensor

does anyone foresee a problems with this?
In the pre-updates there are two different TPS units, the OBD1 variant and the OBD2, the issue gets a little confusing as the early OBD2 models still used the OBD1 sensors (mostly), I see no issues in making an adaptor to enable the use of both sensors. When I swapped mine from OBD1 to full OBD2 I grafted in a second Crank Position Sensor connector to enable the use of my almost new OBD1 CPS, that was a couple of years back, it's still in there, the only difference in a lot of the sensors is the plug.....
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LOL! AwHAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa the curse of the 96
yeah the bloody plugs are different not rectangle with rounded corners but more oval ......stupid Chrysler
I feel your pain as another 96 owner..........But I flushed out my brakes today out with the 21 yr old muck and some air I assume and in with new golden looking brake fluid
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In the pre-updates there are two different TPS units, the OBD1 variant and the OBD2, the issue gets a little confusing as the early OBD2 models still used the OBD1 sensors (mostly), I see no issues in making an adaptor to enable the use of both sensors. When I swapped mine from OBD1 to full OBD2 I grafted in a second Crank Position Sensor connector to enable the use of my almost new OBD1 CPS, that was a couple of years back, it's still in there, the only difference in a lot of the sensors is the plug.....
connector was all tight so i spray lubed it, released the clip, and cleaned the wires so i could see the colors...seemed to perform better today

a removal of throttle body and careful clean would probably be in order, be years since its been done
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LOL! AwHAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa the curse of the 96
yeah the bloody plugs are different not rectangle with rounded corners but more oval ......stupid Chrysler
I feel your pain as another 96 owner..........But I flushed out my brakes today out with the 21 yr old muck and some air I assume and in with new golden looking brake fluid
much better
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As I said there are two, the OBD1 style and the OBD2, the early OBD2's (mid 95-early 96) used the OBD1 sensor, the later 96s used the OBD2 sensors...
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Well out and about again cruising up and down the Barcoo river finally getting to enjoy my XJ after all these years of fixing this and that

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