Well in my searching with the local dealer and questioning the online help at chryslerpartsdirect.com, it appears that the only way of replacing the IAT sensor for the 5.7 Hemi is to purchase the sensor with the resonator (the big plastic box that gets replaced with a cold air intake). The MSRP is $151.00. This turned out to be a costly mistake for me. I have not replaced it yet, I am still holding out a glimmer of hope.
Does anybody know if there would be a difference between the sensor for the jeep and the sensor for a different Jeep/Chrysler model with the same engine?
Learn from the landminds that others have found.... don't break this sensor!
06' Commander w/ Hemi, AEM Brute CAI, Superlift 4" lift, BFG All Terrain (245/75/17), aftermarket 17" wheels, Tactical Armor front and rear bumper, Steel armadillo rock sliders.
91 Grand Wagoneer - SOA, resprung leaf springs plus add a leaf, 33" tires, cross over stearing, 4.56 gears, high flow exhaust, rebuilt 360 .030 over plus cam, Future mods: ARB Air lockers (front & rear) Heavy Duty Bumpers (front & rear), 12,000 lb winch, fender cutting & flares to fit 35" tires...