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post #1 of 17 Old 01-18-2013, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Cheapest OEM Mopar Crank Position Sensor...

Engine cutting off , dying and hard starts with a 11 CEL code confirm a bad CPS.


Where can I find the cheapest Mopar sensor that will fit my 1996 4.0 Automatic 2wd ZJ???

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post #2 of 17 Old 01-18-2013, 03:14 PM
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49.68 plus shipping
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Anyone know if its a 1 or 2 bolt also?

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post #4 of 17 Old 01-18-2013, 03:59 PM
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if you go to the website and put in all the vehicle info it gives you the right one. Ours will be a one-bolt.
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That is a good price Bananaslug since it's $59.99 + $9.99 shipping on Amazon. The Mopar CKP OE # is 56027280 for the 96 4.0. Best to remove the 1 bolt on the top left bell housing with a 11mm or 7/16" swivel socket (both fit) from underneath with a long extension. Then remove/install the CKP from the top. Make sure you unplug the battery first. Good luck.
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49.68 plus shipping
Have ordered lots of parts from here. Great prices, but shipping/handling is a little high when ordering only one small part. I usually order a few parts at once. Contact Bobby for info/quote.
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This place is in florida isn't it? Or there may be another place with the same name without the hyphen. I live in florida so to use them they would nail me on sales tax.

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This place is in florida isn't it? Or there may be another place with the same name without the hyphen. I live in florida so to use them they would nail me on sales tax.
Tampa, FL
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Thanks all, I will order tonight and expect to have this problem fixed this week since I also live in FL.
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Thanks all, I will order tonight and expect to have this problem fixed this week since I also live in FL.
Good time to clean the 3 engine grounds before installing your new CKP if you haven't already done so. There's 1 on the oil dip stick tube bracket and 2 on the coil bracket studs. One of these on the coil studs grounds the PCM which is turn grounds all the sensors. I learned the hard way and a rusted/corroded/oil-covered PCM ground took out my PCM along w/the CKP. Just thought I'd pass this along and good luck.
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49.68 plus shipping
Got it today! Fast shipping, inexpensive OEM parts and easy service on the site. Thanks,

I will update you guys if this fixes my problem.
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Unfortunately... Did not solve my problem.

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It would have gone out eventually anyways. Dont feel too bad, and keep the old one as a spare.
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Sucks it didn't fix it. I just went through this and spent about 4hrs with a manual and multimeter running tests. Found out it was the cps.

Still end up spending an extra $30 on a pick up coil I didn't need.
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It would have gone out eventually anyways. Dont feel too bad, and keep the old one as a spare.
Yes I am keeping it. Thanks.

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