MY BUDDY NOW KEEPS A SPARE ONE IN HIS RIG, THIS HAS HAPPENED TO HIM TWICE....THE 1ST TIME, THE DEALER REPLACED IT (WHETHER THE OEM PART WAS THE PROBLEM IS NOT KNOWN) ONE OF HIS FRIENDS REPLACED IT THE 2ND TIME. HE'S NOW RUNNING ON AN AFTERMARKET ONE.
KEEP US INFORMED ON PROGRESS
July, 17, 2012 AT 7:26 PM
What type of scan tool do I need and does have to be attached to the jeep or the crank sensor/
July, 17, 2012 AT 7:41 PM
A real scan tool, not a code reader. It plugs into the car but unless you have about 2500 or maybe you have a scan tool. Let a shop with the tool check it for you.
July, 17, 2012 AT 7:49 PM
Will try this
July, 17, 2012 AT 7:51 PM
July, 19, 2012 AT 12:20 AM
Got the sensor out, but lost the bolt somewhere in the jeep. Can anyone tell me how big this bolt is so I can go buy another one?
July, 19, 2012 AT 8:19 PM
The bolts that hold the crank sensor in place on that specific jeep are a dealer item only. Its a specific shouldered bolt that you wont find at a hardware. If you ise the wrong bolt you will damage the new sensor.
July, 19, 2012 AT 11:39 PM
OTHER POSSIBILITIES YOU MIGHT HAVE ARE A AUTO SALVAGE YARD OR MAYBE AN ENGINE MACHINE SHOP
I DOUBT ANY ONE OF THE THREE WILL "BREAK YOU"---IT'S A MATTER OF THE TIME/TROUBLE IT WILL TAKE TO GET ONE.
I WOULD BE JUMPING UP AND DOWN ON THE BUMPER/ SHINING A FLASHLIGHT EVERYWHERE/ SHOVING A TELESCOPIC MAGNET IN EVERY HOLE/ BUYING ICE CREAM FOR THE NEIGHBOR KID WITH LITTLE HANDS. WITH EVEN A LARGER REWARD SHOULD THEY FIND IT!
July, 20, 2012 AT 2:22 AM
Thank you all for all the help. After finally getting the crank sensor installed, had to purchase a new battery, and ended up changing the fuel pump after all. By the way, the bolt for the crank sensor did not come from a dealer. Come from an auto parts store. Thanks for all the help.