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Bell House Bolts on a 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Lower Passenger side bolt on the bell housing keep breaking off and my motor starts to vibrate real bad

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Check your motor mounts on the sides of the engine. Make sure the mount brackets on the engine block are still in place.

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  1. Park your Jeep safely away from traffic.
  2. Step 2 Open the hood and locate the (CKP) sensor to the left (driver side) of the transmission bell housing, where it meets the rear of the engine block. If necessary, shift the transmission to neutral (N), raise the front of your vehicle using a floor jack and safely support it on two jack stands. Chock the rear wheels.
  3. Step 3 Locate the CKP sensor pigtail connector to the right (passenger side) of the transmission bell housing. Unplug the CKP electrical connector.
  4. Step 4 Thoroughly clean the area around the crankshaft sensor using a soft brush and a shop rag.
  5. Step 5 Note whether the CKP sensor on your Jeep model is mounted with one bolt, two bolts or two nuts. If there is only one bolt, make a note of the exact sensor position, since it is adjustable and you will need to reinstall it in the same position.
  6. Step 6 Unscrew the sensor mounting bolt(s) or nuts using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket of the appropriate size. If your Jeep model uses two mounting bolts, use the same bolts during the installation process. These bolts have been machined to provide the correct space between the crankshaft sensor and the flywheel. If you use bolts with a different configuration, your vehicle may not start or operate properly.
  7. Step 7 Remove the crankshaft sensor from your vehicle.
    Installing the Crankshaft Sensor
  8. Step 1 Thoroughly clean the sensor-mounting surface on the transmission bell housing using a soft brush and a shop rag.
  9. Step 2 Clean the mounting bolt(s) or nuts using the soft brush and shop rag.
  10. Step 3 Check the new crankshaft sensor and make sure it has a piece of paper (spacer) glued to the bottom. This spacer serves as an electrical ground. Using the CKP sensor without the spacer will break the unit the first time you try to start the engine. If necessary, you may buy the spacer through your local auto parts store or dealership parts department. Ask for part number PN05252229.
  11. Step 4 Install the new CKP sensor into the transmission bell housing mounting hole.
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  13. Step 6 Plug the CKP sensor electrical connector.
  14. Step 7 Lower your Jeep if you had to raise it. Remove the chocks from the rear wheels.

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RE: Jeep Grand Cherokee 2002 Crank Sensor


Any jeep dealer has the sensor. To install it you have to get under the car and is located on the top of the bell housing on the drivers side.
Two bolts hold it in.

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