Thank you I hate electrical repairs (I guess I picked the wrong brand of vehicles to fall in love with, cause I haven't owned a Jeep yet that didn't have some form of electrical gremlin), I wish I had book marked that web page, it had the ohms readings for all the sensors on our Jeeps.
2005 Wrangler Rubicon.
1989 Jeep Cherokee. Wrecked (soon to be ressurected)
1953 M38A1 in need of resto.
1947 CJ2A in need of resto.
1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer "Brutus." 360, TF 727, NP 229, 4.10s, and 3 GPM