95 yj 2.5 mt have 3 cel codes 22 23 24 has fuel spark but won't start driving me nuts please help
22 means coolant sensor voltage too high or to low.23 means intake air temperature sensor input is below the minimum acceptable voltage or above the maximum acceptable voltage.24 is throttle position sensor i had a 95 it wouldnt start looked tps wire was loose fixed it it ran look for that or replace your tps then get back to me
I did replace it i started it ran for 10 mins and it shut off once I pushed the gas pedal now won't start at all again
I do agree go ahead and check all three while your under there
the 95 i had it would kill the battery and i would have to jump it with my 98 grand cherokee before it would start and if it did start it would run ruff and soon as you breath on the gas it would die again its a good possibility it could be all three you can take the voltmeter and check. i checked my tps on my 98 by taking it off and examing the peice of plastic the throttle shaft sits in and turns it was wollard so the throttle shaft had to turn twice as far before it would start to compress the spring inside the sensor,either way wish you luck with it
O.K., after the reset, the same issues remain. Like previously suggested, you need to check power for these sensors to track down the issue. These sensors are all common with respect to power and are downstream from the O2 sensor. So if all these lack voltage, then check the O2 sensor wiring and make sure it is still intact with no visual damage.
Confused.... Are you talking about the CTS? If power is at this connector and not at the Map, then you have either and open or short to ground between the two. Repair this wiring at this point and then perhaps your issue will be resolved.