Question about 1988 Jeep Cherokee
I have an 1988 jeep cherokee... i think my bearing and seals may be bad in my engine.... what i wanted to know if it is more expensive fixing these parts or would it be better if i just put a new engine in it??
Bearings (including main bearings) as well as rear main seal require engine removal to do it correctly. If the engine is tired, then get a different one. Otherwise your determination, financial situation and skill level will tell you what you need to do.The entire job is not difficult but takes some time and you need to make precise measurements in order to get it right. (change oil pump with bearing sets) Parts prices can be found at napa online as well as numerous other places. If you need help along the way, someone here will be happy to help!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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