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Hi Guy's,
just need some advice or guidance in replacing the CPS on my WJ.
firstly how easy is it and what is the process and tips that you guys can offer.

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Just gonna lift this post, I too have the dreaded camshaft/crankshaft code and the car is stuffed.

I ordered both parts from USA, the camshaft sensor part number [5604 1584AF] looks to be right. But the crankshaft sensor they sent is part number [5602 7866AC] which shows a listing on the internet for a 4.0L - can anyone help out here, will it fit????

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This is the correct part number for the CPS [56028666AB] and the CPS plus CMS look similar for the 4.7L, is this correct?
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Hi all,

Hi Hi OUTPUT

IJust changed over the Crankshaft sensor myself.

No big deal afterall and pretty straightforward. I ended up just going to POLY 4x4 here in Melbourne and they had all the right parts as they only deal in Jeep stuff and have good prices even compared to much of the stuff in the states.
Able to give advice too. I can help you with how to go about it if you need.

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Just gonna lift this post, I too have the dreaded camshaft/crankshaft code and the car is stuffed.

I ordered both parts from USA, the camshaft sensor part number [5604 1584AF] looks to be right. But the crankshaft sensor they sent is part number [5602 7866AC] which shows a listing on the internet for a 4.0L - can anyone help out here, will it fit????

So damned pissed off, cause it has taken 11 days to get here!
Lookup www.tridon.com.au for a comparison under "parts lookup" with pics available. These are available off the shelf and seem to work (have had 2 for zg). Why get them in and face the delay when they are not that expensive if you shop right?
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Lookup www.tridon.com.au for a comparison under "parts lookup" with pics available. These are available off the shelf and seem to work (have had 2 for zg). Why get them in and face the delay when they are not that expensive if you shop right?
Just a look at their prices! Shocking!

I'm after all the sensors for the recon motor, ie: MAP, CPS, CS, IAC, TPS and ABS sensors.

Each were more than $100 and some are >$230.

Rockauto and USA shopping for me..
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