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Jeep Grand Cherokee engine sounds like it's missing

I just had my crankshaft position sensor replaced, now the mechanic says it runs like **** and the engine sounds like it's missing. Any thoughts on what the problem could be? i have replaced my crankshaft positioning sensor twice and it is still missing and running like ****, when it does this i can put it in nuetral and coast and the engine runs fine, but as soon as i put into drive again it messes upo again

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    On the old sensor, does it look like the end was possibly touching the flywheel?

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I have a 00 jeep grand cherooke4.7 liter v8,this morning a woke up and star the engine and suddenly the engine light came on (not the check engine light) the light has a picture of the engine thats the one im talking about and then i ran the truck but it seems to work perfeclty after drivin it for a few miles the air bag light sensor started to come on im worry about this matter what cou it be

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I think your barking up the wrong tree here,it sounds like it needs the computer on it and someone to drive whilst the other person monitors it or a rolling road.Its all very well changing this sensor or that one but without knowing exactly you could waste more money than what it would cost putting it into a dealer with mechanics with product knowledge

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