I recently tried to replace a Crank Position sensor from my 2003 jeep liberty renegade, but in the process it broke inside the engine. What do I have to do to remove this from the inside of the engine

Asked by May 24, 2014 at 04:13 PM about the 2003 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4WD

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oh-oh it's plastic and brittle by now (11 years old) and it has a magnet in it and you need hands on help because you are basically going to have to take it out in pieces and then.....this is definitely not a job for anyone that just asked the question you asked because trying to walk you through it on this site is beyond my one finger typing skills and probably beyond your d.i.y. knowledge.I am not sure but you might find something on youtube that may either help and/or scare you away from going any further on your own.

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