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Please help identify part!

Hi, I have a 94 2.3 ranger. The timing belt broke and I replaced it, thing is my friend did not tighten down the crank sensor bracket. I did not realize this till I told him to crank it, and seen the bracket wobbling all over. I pulled the crank pulley back off and discovered he chewed up the sensor and the inside of the crank pulley (the slides that the sensor uses are all bent up). I was unable to locate this pulley in a junk yard, so I tried my best to straighten them back out. It destroyed the new sensor after about 20 minutes.

So I need to know what the part is called that the sensor reads inside of the crank pulley, or if anyone has one for sale, or even just a part number.

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Search the web for a parts diagram, no?
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Search the web for a parts diagram, no?
Yes I did, but the diagram called it the crank pulley hub, I cannot seem to find anything searching for that term though.
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Help the forum help you.

How about posting the diagram or a picture of the part or something?
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harmonic balancer maybe
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^^

That's exactly what I'm thinking but it's hard saying not knowing.
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I found it, it is indeed a crank pulley hub, part number 6c337. But I can not find it anywhere except at fordparts.com and they want $160 some dollars!
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Indeed it's the harmonic balancer
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There;s more to that part number BTW. It's more than just 6C337 because I'm finding them for 6 cylinder Probes and Mazda Milenia all day long.

Ford Probe Mazda Harmonic Balancer at 1AAuto.com.
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There;s more to that part number BTW. It's more than just 6C337 because I'm finding them for 6 cylinder Probes and Mazda Milenia all day long.

Ford Probe Mazda Harmonic Balancer at 1AAuto.com.
Yah I got that to, but I can't find it for the ranger. If you go to fordparts.com and search the crank pulley hub, you will see the part number and then you can see the part I need on the diagram. The part you listed I have gotten in results to, but is not the right part. I need the inside of the pulley that has the ridges that the crank sensor reads.
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