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Where is the crank senser located on a 93 jeep cherokee 6 cylinder

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On the back of the engine, under the firewall, driver side. You can barely see it from above. You have to change it from underneath.

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Yes, on the back of the engine. The crank sensor is actually located in the top of the transmission bell housing. Have to get to it from underneath

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