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Q: crankshaft position sensor problem

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my crankshaft position went out. my auto store has one but not the same as mine. mine is a butterfly type with two bolts and theres is a one bolt. can and will it fit without any problem? and will it work?

My car has 220 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

No it will not work. Do not try and install it since it will not fit or work. If you start a quote for a crankshaft position sensor replacement with YourMechanic, the right part will be found for your Jeep.

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