Question about Jeep Cherokee
The base engine should be the same in both. What you need to look at is to make sure that the sensors are in the same places and that the sensor plug connections match (some use different pins and different shape plug connectors). The only other item that may not be usable is the exhaust manifold.
Your best source of swap information is your local scrapyard...it's their business and they have interchange books that tell them exactly what fits into what. To do that though you need to know what year engines you have.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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