I just bought a 91 jeep Cherokee Laredo from a guy who tried to put an engine in it. from what I gather the old engine overheated and blew up so he bought a junkyard engine out of a 1995 jeep?????? He said he used the wiring harness and ecu from the 91. everything works correctly (fuel starter lights) except for the ignition and the tach, he put a new 91 distributor on it and it only has spark on #3 and 4 cylinders, i put a distributor off of a 94 jeep grand Cherokee in it and it only has spark on #2 and 5 cylinders now. The combination of wrong spark timing and the tach not working points to the crank position sensor, however it's new. Is there a possibility that the flex plate from a 95 is different from a 91 and could that cause the cps to read the position wrong?? Thanks
I would assume that you need a 91 flexplate, distributor, and CPS to make it work correctly. I am unsure if the 91 and 95 are different but there were different ones for different years.
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