Thank you all for your input
the only trouble code I had was camshaft position sensor, I replaced that but it didn't seem to make any difference, but after replacement the code was gone
I was skeptical whether or not the new crankshaft position sensor was going to fix the problem
Man I am so glad to have this fixed
I got out there today and put in the new crankshaft position sensor, went for a long drive, and stop and go, and had no cut out.
I had trouble positioning the new one in the cramped space to get it back in the hole, after I dropped it about five times, I got my little flexible claw grabber tool, clamped onto the wire, then positioned sensor up where I could grab it with my other hand, and get it down in the whole. 3 feet of extensions and a swivel got the bolt out and back in
I purchased this sensor from rock auto parts, for $34, I got the part in two days.
FYI, there are two different crankshaft position sensors for a 95 4.0, the two bolt sensor is for manual transmission, the one bolt is for my automatic transmission
Always !! Keep A Firm Grip On Your Tool !!
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