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It's the crank sensor!
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1999, but hey....I'm a little biased! Actually 98 and 99 are my favorites, 97 coming in third on my list. I do like having OBDII for diagnostics.

I put 200K on my 99, it was very reliable. Never left me stranded or needing a tow. Sure, I had to put in a couple of sensors (yup the crank sensor was one!), a radiator and water pump. I did have to rebuild the front differential. And of course, basic maintenance items like plugs, wires, distributor caps, brakes, batteries, a fuel pump, thermostats, hoses and an exhaust replacement at around 190K. NOTE: I was religious about changing fluids (anything wet). Fluids are the lifeblood of your vehicle. With maintenance, you can either pay me now or pay me more later.....

Good luck in your search!
 
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