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I have with a 84 jeep cj7 with a straight 6. what is HP?

I have with a 84 jeep cj7 with a straight 6. how do I find out the engine displacement? the vin 3 is 1jccf87e5et124006. thanks in advance Larry g in OMAHA NE

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243cid = 4.0L. That's what you have under the hood.

Posted on May 11, 2009

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2009

    If HO version, may be 258cid

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