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Old 03-06-2012, 12:13 PM
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Re: Fuel smell in cab and engine compartment on 2000 WJ

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verify that your you have power and pcm command to your injector connector with a noid light (plug it into your connector, start the jeep, if it flashes all is good.... from there you need a throttle position sensor for your p0204...

im not joking in the slightest, you need a throttle position sensor.
K no joke.......Why I did the noid light on No. #4 last night and it seems to be functioning normaly. I OBDII it again now im getting the same message on Injector 6 & 8 can this all be caused by a faulty TPS????
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:42 PM
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K no joke.......Why I did the noid light on No. #4 last night and it seems to be functioning normaly. I OBDII it again now im getting the same message on Injector 6 & 8 can this all be caused by a faulty TPS????
Well I think I found the answer ...Thanks though

Vehicle: Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ) with 4.7L engine. Dodge products with 4.7L engine.
Concern: The check engine light is on. Has any or all of the following DTCs: P0201 injector#1 control circuit, P0202 injector #2 control circuit, P0203, P0204, P0205, P0206, P0207, P0208. Fault is probably intermittent, and there is possibly no driveability problem associated with it.
Cause: A fault in the TPS (throttle position sensor) causes signal noise, which the PCM interprets as an injector circuit fault. This condition is very rare.
Resolution: Replace the TPS to correct the condition.
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Well changed the TPS and that's a no go, still surging at highway speeds and my fuel smell is back. I'm officially stumped.
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Well changed the TPS and that's a no go, still surging at highway speeds and my fuel smell is back. I'm officially stumped.
Sorry to take so long to reply on this.....The TPS sensor actually seemed to do the trick, took days for the fuel smell to go away but minus the now overheating problem, she's running top notch

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