Question about 1992 Jeep Cherokee Sport
90 and 92 should interchange but you may need to change sensors if the connectors are different. I suggest that you remove the crank sensor 'till the engine is in place unless you are swinging the trans with the engine (it sits very close to the flywheel and can get damaged) Bosch plugs work fine in that engine (I have five of them and have Bosch in all) Only thing that may be different is the exhaust manifold but that will be obvious if it is.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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