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Jeep Engines Will a 1999 4.0 interchange with a 4.0 in a 1996 (Both are Cherokee's) Are the hook ups different on the intake manifold? Any other things that need a modification. Thanks

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Is that a straight six or v-6 and you can just look up parts to see if they take the same part number for the exhaust manifold, front pipe,
motor mounts etc. if so it should be the same or look up jaspar or reman engines and see if they show the same part number for both years. call your local boneyard and ask for the interchange info.
try autozone.com web site for part info

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What year engines interchange with 1996 cherokee


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I have a power improvement secret for all Jeep vehicles prior to 1999 (some up to 06.)

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This is an actual image from my install. The top intake manifold is off of a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 4.0. It has been painted with high-heat black. The bottom one is off of my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 4.0. Notice the difference in design. The newer manifold is less angular, allowing more air to enter the engine without getting caught up in the manifold. This free flowing design helps free up a few hidden horsepower. For what I paid ($50,) and the increase I felt (upwards of 8hp,) this is definitely the most cost effective, and little known about modification for increasing power in your Jeep 4.0.

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Position The Intake Manifold Gasket On The Engine.Dowels May Be Provided To Hold The Gasket In Place During Manifold Installation.. The Use Of Silicone Sealer Is Required. Especially Where The Front And The Rear Seals Meet The Side Gaskets On V-type Engines. Installing An Intake Manifold On V-type Engines Can Be Difficult. It Is Critical That You Use Sealer Properly On The Engine To Prevent Vacuum,Coolant, And Oil Leaks.

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