Now that I've thought about it some more, this probably isn't a crucial voltage, as the CPS, the Cam Sensor, and the VSS do not really provide a variable output - they either work, or they don't.
On the other hand, a +5v sensor such the TPS or MAP provides a varying voltage output depending on conditions. And others, a varying resistance (i.e. Coolant Temperature Sensor).
'95 YJ 123bhp 4-banger powerhouse.
UPDATE: 2.5L ENGINE RETIRED; she was still running strong at 212,000mi.
4.0 swap in progress.