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Old 01-30-2010, 09:50 AM   #1
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1997 Wrangler 4 cyl help?

Is a 318 v8 from a 1998 Grand Cherokee with my 4cyl 5 speed trans for a replacement engine?

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swap in a 318, yes u can. Lot of work though, do you have thr trans from it, the computer etc etc.

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Answer is yes

yes, I have the whole vehicle.
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Which t-case do you plan to use? Cooling will be something to consider, big v8 smaller engine bay etc.
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Is a 318 v8 from a 1998 Grand Cherokee with my 4cyl 5 speed trans for a replacement engine?

Hello,

Not sure if I read this right, are you also asking if the 5 speed trans will work? If so, the AX5 trans. used behind the 2.5L engine will not work.
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