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Jeep Cherokee camshaft crankshaft sensor how to replace

How to locate and install a new camshaft and or a crankshaft position sensor. This vehicle is a 2001 Jeep Cherokee 4.0. The crankshaft sensor was from NAPA, 36-38 dollars? Camshaft was autozone at 42.99. Good luck.


 


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