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How difficult to replace the engine in a 1996 jeep cherokee 6cy, 4.0 engine

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If you are going to replace it with same size and type, it is really not a big deal. Just make sure to label all vacuum hoses and electrical connections and separate and label nuts and bolts removed. The better job you do at labeling, the quicker and easier will be to put them back.

I recommend you get a Hynes or Mitchell Repair Manual. This manual gives you step by step instruccions, tips, do's and dont's. It will make the job a lot easier. You can find one at your favorite autoparts for under $20.

Don't forget to rate this post. Good Luck!!

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