Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
To write out instructions would take many pages. I suggest you get a manual. Here are some general tips though. When removing items write down everything you do for install reference. Label all plug ends with different coloured electrical tape not only on the plug, but on the component it goes to (match up on install.) Put everything you remove in boxes and cans. there is nothing like trying to find a lost bolt, etc. during install!! Look carefully at new and old engine. Anything different on new one must be replaced with old engine parts, so it matches up when installed. If replacement is used, check for any and all oil leaks it's far easier to deal with them out of the vehicle. As a rule, if replacement engine has over 100k on it, I replace the timing chain. Most are well worn by that time.If you did not hear or see the replacement run, check spark plugs for good burn pattern and colour, if you find burned residue, you don't want that engine!!! Do not forget to repalce any lost fluid from trans, transfer case etc before firing it up!!!
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