Crankshaft Positioning Sensor 4.0L

Crankshaft Positioning Sensor 4.0L
Crankshaft Positioning Sensor 4.0L

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1997-2002 Jeep Wrangler TJ 4.0L & 1998-2004 Grand Cherokee

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Part Number:
4897321AA Crown
Our Price:

$39.99 Guaranteed Lowest Price

Customer Reviews:
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Product Name:

Crankshaft Positioning Sensor 4.0L

Important Notes:

  • w/ 4.0L Engine w/ Automatic Transmission


    1997-2002 TJ Wrangler; 1997-1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee; 1999-2004 WJ Grand Cherokee; 2001-2004 WG (Europe) Grand Cherokee;

Sold As: Each


Since 1963, Crown Automotive has been supplying a quality Crankshaft Position Sensor for Jeep vehicles for over 60 years

Color: Black

Material: Metal, Plastic & Rubber

Product Details

  • Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor

Parts Included:

  • Use Existing Hardware

Warranty: 12 months or 12,000 mile Crown limited warranty

Alternate Part Numbers: 4897321AA

Verified Buyer 08/29/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Crank position sensor

Good, fitted easily. Job done. Thank You.
Verified Buyer 05/09/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Devemos ter outro guardado em casa.

Sempre revisando, a cada dia mais uma peça e assim vamos indo com um wrangler há 17 anos ele vai mais longe que nós.
Verified Buyer 07/23/2013
5 out of 5 stars

have a spare

many may not know, but after maybe 150,000 miles this like the fuel pump can leave you stranded without warning. You will try to start the car and it wont happen. It should come with a felt spacer that falls off when you start it. if not do as others said and back if off maybe a quarter inch so it does not hit the spinning part inside.
5 out of 5 stars


Works great in a 2001 TJ as long as you don't stick it all the way in. How I installed it: Put it all the way, then put the screw in, but don't tighten it all the way. Now pull it out as far as it will go; then tighten the screw. Now it'll work right. Otherwise, it will stall. *And that's not the right picture of the part in case anyone is wondering (not that it really matters).
5 out of 5 stars


It's good as long as you don't stick it in all the way. Put it in and screw it in place loosely; then pull it out as far as it will go and tighten the screw to hold it. Otherwise, it will stall because I think it'll hit the crankshaft. There might be a spacer, but the sensor I removed didn't have one, so I don't think so.