1989 SHO crankshaft position sensor

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  1. chaos254

    chaos254 New Member

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    Looking for a crankshaft position sensor. I have searched everywhere using multiple part numbers. I can't find anything. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks
     
  2. luigisho

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    These have all dried up. have you tried search engines for used parts within driving distance from your area? picknpull, car-part.com etc? You can find salvage yard cars and see if you can pull an old crank sensor. Try shosource.com and see if they have any inventory left.

    Also, there is an effort to get an aftermarket mfg to make a run of these for us. If you are interested in purchasing a new one in the future, please check out the post on this forum and/or the facebook group.
     
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    You can try Dan Barbush if he has any used ones. Is your crank sensor dead or are you looking for a 60K replacement
     
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    Sensor is dead, I will try to contact him. Thank you
     
  5. Tyler Smith

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    I spoke with [email protected] today. He doesn't have any however I know he's looking for a manufacturer so hopefully this situation will not remain static. I'd suggest checking with SHOSource from time to time.
     
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    Has anyone attempted to modify the sensor pickup for the 1991-1994 Ford Tempo, Ranger and Mercury Topaz part number F27E6C315BA? The wiring harness plug ends look to be a match, the wiring harness looks long enough and it looks like the sensor could be modified to fit the SHO. There is an example on ebay: https://tinyurl.com/wbjeews

    Scott
     
  7. luigisho

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    I think someone tried a ranger one without success. It was posted a few months ago if you interested enough to poke around and find it.
     
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