, I had been deliberating various CPS
issues for a while and finally made a decision to pull the weakly designed Ford/Navistar CPS
... I have two gray spares (Ford & Navistar) and -had-
the dark blue version installed in our 2000 F250. The dark blue CPS
idled okay, but felt 'lethargic' and produced more injector cackle.
After a LOT of reading and research, I bought a 'NAPA Echlin 1103' CPS
(lot # M14192) and installed it a few days ago. Took a chance.
Fortunately, it seems to have the newer hall sensor (Allegro 675) circuit, as it did NOT shut down the engine with wipers running, as the OP mentions... RF/electrical interference was a problem with the older NAPA and others.
This NAPA Echlin runs smoother than either the dark blue (Ford) or either of my gray spare units (by Ford and Navistar). It also seems to have corrected an intermittent skip, or substantially tamed it.
Also, the magnet is significantly stronger and is 'centered' in the case/housing. Sensor is slightly longer (0.5 mm) than the gray Navistar. Hopefully, it will have some longevity... time will tell.
I'll keep the other 3 'OEM' as spares... you can't have too many.
Photos attached. The NAPA is in the middle. NAPA lot # M14192