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Need to replace water pump on '93 Jeep Cherokee cyl 2.4 l. Checker says there are 2 sizes, anyone know which one fits this particular Jeep?

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    ZJ Limited May 11, 2010

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Call a dealer , they should be able to tell you , make sure you call the parts depatment , you will probably need the vin i.d number for this ..


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After all said and done,its a bit pertubbing that your car is still overheating.
However,there is still a particular component which if you don't replace,all the other components you replaced won't be of great importance.
I'll suggest you replace the rubber gasket which lies in between the engine compartment and the radiator, When this component is weak,the water mixes with the oil in the engine compartment,hence the oil looses its viscousity easily thereby it looses its ability to absorb heat which makes the engine to overheat automatically.

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Nice SUV, Im owner '93 GC 5.2L V8 Magnum engine, so niceee!!!

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The next time, you need pay me 1 buck for each cyl. lol

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cyl - 1 3 4 2 clockwise 6 cyl - 1 5 3 6 2 4 clockwise

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