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Unread 08-22-2008, 07:51 PM   #1
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CPS (Crank Position Sensor)

Started having problems with my 94 4.0L (auto) cutting out on occasion and completely died once.

Did a search on the forum and read many, many threads and posts. Most indicated to look at the CPS as the culprit.

Thank You! For those posters that took the time to give their advice to all the thread starters "asking for assistance".

I pulled the sensor, performed the test in the manual and it failed the test. Replaced the sensor and fixed the problem.

What I did notice about probably a majority of threads, the OP never came back to say what fixed their problem or to say Thank You for the help.

Again, I just want to say Thank You to all the members here that give their advice., even though it wasn't given to me directly.

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Unread 08-23-2008, 04:55 AM   #2
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Now, this is what I am talking about. Nice to hear a problem was resolved by the good advice and knowledge of our members. It is great to see putting paid on a thread. Thank you for posting your result.
She's going to bury me in this thing.

91 4.0 stick. Posi Lok, Borla, 31s on steelies, Dem Bonz Shackles and lots of other junk on my junk.
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