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Can i put 93 cherokee parts such as t-case axles etc in my 97 grand

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Physically, many parts may fit...What needs attention is any sensor hook ups, controls etc. There are items found on later years that may not have any provisions for mounting on older stuff.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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(1)I am replacing a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo(not Limited)Power steering pump (AC - 6 cycl.). I wnet to the junk yard and got one off a '93 I believe. I got the old one off and ready to install


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