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11-22-2011 11:42 PM
The Yeti http://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/2-5l...wap-97651.html
This is where I did this swap on my 94 this summer. If you have any questions PM me. I need to post a few more pics on this guide though.
11-22-2011 09:18 PM
ctlucas93
Jeep 4.0 Swap ... Step by step guide???

Ok I am now doing a 4.0 swap on my YJ after blowing up the 4 cyl for the 2nd time. I would like a guide with a lot of pictures mostly on how to position the mounts and such. I bought a 4.0, tranny, t case, and all wiring and pcm from a 93 xj for 400$. My main worry is positioning the mounts and if I will need new drive shafts. Any help or pictures is appreciated. BTW my Jeep is a 93 YJ 2.5 Manual and the donor 4.0 and tranny is also a manual.

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