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05-28-2019 02:46 PM
2005JGC I stay away from aftermarket sensors for Chrysler as much as possible! Even if it works out the gate, they never last as long in my experience. Dealt with 1 too many customers pissed off that their PT Cruiser was just towed in because it needs a new camshaft position sensor when they just paid a shop 6 months ago to replace it. There is not really any aftermarket brand that I would stand behind on a Chrysler product, every. single. one. would be sold with the "this may not last very long" caveat.
05-28-2019 10:22 AM
904block But I never changed the connector I just put in a sensor from the dealer and the problems went away
05-28-2019 10:21 AM
904block Maybe it was that particular Sensor from AZ didn't work because I tried three different sensors from AZ of the same Part number and it wasn't working but I believe the AZ sensor had a different Ohm than the dealership sensor
05-27-2019 09:33 AM
YJ325i In AZ defense, I had a WK 4.7L once that has sync codes. Got a crk/cam set from dealer. Same codes, almost started checking the chain, on a whim got a set from AZ. Fixed. Sometimes itís just the luck of the batch. Also, maybe the connector was the real fix🤔
05-25-2019 01:53 PM
RCS1300 Autozone is not the problem. Jeeps like only OEM sensors.
05-25-2019 11:28 AM
904block Update so I went to the Junkyard and pull a Crank sensor out a different Jeep and guess what? All my problems went away stay away from Autozone for some parts
05-24-2019 10:49 PM
904block And by the way I do my oil changes every 5k and spark plugs , Air filter , every 10-15k
05-24-2019 10:41 PM
2006 Grand Cherokee 4.7 P0339 & P0300 core

So the other day I was home . And out of no where my check engine came on when I was at the red light so I didn't think was urgent so I had planned to wait when I got home . So when I started to accelerate my Jeep started buckling or Stumbling hard so I pulled into a gas station Read the code P0339 so I disconnected the battery for 10 seconds and the check engine light didn't come back on, but since the Crank sensor was from Autozone I decided to replace it. So when I installed the new sensor and started my Jeep the RPM's started jumping and it seemed like the Jeep wanted to stall out. So I shut the Jeep off disconnected the battery installed the warranty sensor for another new one and same results . But now with the P0300 code

So this is what I Ruled out

(1)The battery and Starter the Jeep turns over no problem

(2) The Cam Position Sensor I replaced it last summer

(3) Throttle Position Sensor recently replace

(4) Ignition Coils less than a month old

(5) Crank Sensor I replaced it with three new sensor at AutoZone

Sorry I'm making this longer than it should be I'm trying to gave more details . But iam going to the junkyard tomorrow to remove a Crank sensor and wire Harness from another Jeep just in case the wire is burnt since there on back order at the dealership

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