MAT sensor

89 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 and all the bells and whistles
I'm picking up new O2 and Map sensors and figured I might as well replace the MAT also.
Ok, O'Reilly's doesn't list one even after using ever acronym and word combo I can think of.
So anyone know where I can get one other than the local jeep dealer?
BTW, we have AutoZone, O'Reillys, NAPA, I think an A-1 auto parts stores.
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Budd (now so broke he couldn't put gas in it if it were 29 cents/gal.)
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Budd Cochran wrote:

I think those were common across most all the 4.0 engines.
http://www.acmejeepparts.com/products/55121_0003.htm http://www.jeep4x4center.com/sensors/cherokee-xj-sj-mj.htm
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DougW wrote:

Either way, I'd test it first. Those usualy don't go bad
From the 88FSM MAT Sensor 1) Disconnect wiring from MAT sensor. Using high input impedance digital volt-ohmmeter (DVOM), check resistance of sensor. Resistance should be less than 1000 ohms when engine is warm. Replace sensor if it does not fall within range shown in TEMPERATURE-TO-RESISTANCE VALUES table.
TEMPERATURE-TO-RESISTANCE VALUES (CTS & MAT SENSOR) TABLE F . C . Ohms (Approximate) 212 . 100 . 185 160 . 70 . 450 100 . 38 . 1600 70 . 20 . 3400 40 . 4 . 7500 20 . -7 13,500 0 . -18 . 25,000 -40 . -40 . 100,700
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