Question about Jeep Cherokee
You can call or stop by a used auto parts store (junkyard), they should be able to tell you. They have books (or computers) that list interchangeability of parts. Make sure you know all the details of each vehicle (2WD/4WD, engine size, disc/drum brakes, etc.) because sometimes things that you don't think should matter, do.
Or you could try the parts counter at your local Jeep dealer, they can tell you if they are the same Mopar part number, although sometimes the part number changes from one year to the next even though the parts are interchangeable.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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