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post #1 of 3 Old 01-15-2016, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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92 Help! O2 Sensor wiring ripped out

RE: 1992 Jeep Wrangler YJ 2.4L

I was off roading 2 weeks ago. When I returned home I found part of the wiring harness ripped off dangling underneath the YJ. It is to the O2 sensor. The jeep was still running fine for a few days, then it started misfiring running very rough and now will not start at all.

I am assuming that over a few days time the computer has the air fuel mixture wrong and/or timing off and therefore will not start. Do anyone think I am correct?

Now what I need help with is that I can not figure out where in the wiring harness the O2 sensor wires go. There are four wires all of which were ripped in same place, but are nowhere to be found.

I have pulled the plastic wire cover back in both directions, further than the ends of the wires should be, looking for the other end of wires, and have had no luck finding the other end.

Does anybody know in which direction the wires go. Or, where the wires attach? The dealership was no help.

Need to get back on the trails ASAP.

Thank you in advance.

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post #2 of 3 Old 01-16-2016, 04:53 AM
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Not sure he 2.5 but on the 4.0 the O2 wires run the loom across top of the motor with the injector wiring , 4 wires as follows
dark green to the auto shut down
black to eng ground
grey to ecu.
brown /red trace (?) to ground
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help please , wiring diagram , wiring harness

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