Needed to replace the Timing sensor under the intake manifold.The intake manifold is a hard plastic assembly and must be treated carefully. Detached all fuel injection plugs, as well as tubes and other electrical plugs. Removed the 10 bolts attaching the intake manifold. Lifted the intake manifold from the engine. Turned the manifold upside down to allow for gaskets and seals to be replaced, also simple to do so. Replaced all gaskets/seals. Replaced the timing sensor by removing the 1 bolt, and slowly rotating the assembly from the engine. Reinstalled the new sensor, and reinstalled the intake manifold.
What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V-8/2wd