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ICM location

Discussion in 'Wrangler YJ (1986-1995)' started by joleneee421, May 6, 2017.

  1. May 6, 2017 at 10:35 AM
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    joleneee421

    joleneee421 [OP] Member

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    My jeep is having issues.. sometimes it doesn't start. Or it'll die while driving. It definitely seems electrical so I bought an ICM but can't seem to find it's location after an hour of looking. Anyone have any thoughts?
     
  2. May 6, 2017 at 4:02 PM
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    OFFGRID

    OFFGRID Well-Known Member

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    Howell fuel injection, header, HEI distributor, TH350, NP208, SOA lift with YJ springs in the front & GW springs in the Rear. AMC20 with G2 1 piece chromos trussed, Dana 30 with G2 chromos and 760x ujoints and MM Stainless Hubs, Geared 4.56. Tom Woods shafts, Metal cloaks, Caged, 37" Toyo MTs.
    Sounds like you could have loose or corroded battery cables. Start with the easy stuff. I highly doubt it is the ICM. Take off your battery cables clean the inside of the cable and the posts on the battery with a battery cleaner $5 at Oreilly's:

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  3. May 7, 2017 at 4:24 PM
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    joleneee421

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    Thanks for your help! Ended up being a bad crankshaft sensor.
     

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