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Alright now that i have determined that i need a new cps, does anyone have an international part number. Ford wants your first born for one and there is an international dealer down the road, so i did the math and international won!!!
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Sorry, I don't have the Int'l part number. When I needed my first one, I just walked up to the Int'l part counter and said, "I need a cam sensor..." and didn't even get the rest of the words out of my mouth. They knew what I needed! They just asked for which engine...they'll know the rest.

If you want to get one ahead of time (carry a spare) I just got 2 of them off of ebay last night for $56.00 each.
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Sorry, I don't have the Int'l part number. When I needed my first one, I just walked up to the Int'l part counter and said, "I need a cam sensor..." and didn't even get the rest of the words out of my mouth. They knew what I needed! They just asked for which engine...they'll know the rest.

If you want to get one ahead of time (carry a spare) I just got 2 of them off of ebay last night for $56.00 each.
Do you remember about what you paid for it at Int'l?
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Furd was about $150, International was ~$105, and you know ebay...
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I am going to replace mine in about a week or so, I think I will try to get it from International. A guy at one of the local shops said that the Ford CPSs are better now than they use to be, he said Ford finally tried to fix the problem. I am sure that if this is true, the International is the same as the new Ford CPS.
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I don't think the new CPS from Ford has been released yet but it should be soon. Supposed to be more reliable than the original that was developed backin the early 90's.

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I will ask the guys at International, I can't wait much longer. I don't want to be stranded on the side of the road. My CPS is already acting up and throwing codes to the computer.
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Are the CPSs diferent from year to year? I have one from a 97 in the glove box in my 99.5 for a back up. Will it get me out of a jamb if needed?

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when i changed mine i just pulled the old one out and went to international. The numbers on the CPS were a direct match. They dont call it a CPS lol they gave me a funny look when i called it that. They call it a cam-sensor or camp sensor somthing like that.

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International part # 1825899C93 is the camshaft position sensor or transmitter depending on who you are talking to.You can go online to find the nearest dealer.The cost on mine was $102.00.I understand that you can take it out and clean the contacts and that might help.It might be trying to tell you to replace it before it goes out completely.Good Luck!
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