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11-22-2013 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Dextreme View Post
... if you post a pic of the motor mount to the frame, we can tell for sure.
I took pictures last night, but they came out kind of dark. Hard to see. I'll take more pictures today, if the rain lets up.
11-21-2013 03:44 PM
Dextreme Looks normal, but if you post a pic of the motor mount to the frame, we can tell for sure.
11-21-2013 01:16 AM
Neil F. Yes that is stock normal
11-21-2013 12:33 AM
vertical horizons My jeep doesn't have a lift. Therefore, it shouldn't have a MML or anything else associated with a lift. Is it normal for a "non-lifted" jeep's engine to be tilted to the rear of the engine compartment? I mean, the front of the engine is higher than the rear of the engine. Is this normal? I have no idea what the PO did before I got the jeep. BTW, This is a 4.0L. (Sorry about the crappy picture. I just took it a few minutes ago, in my garage, with my phone. Even with the hood all the way up against the windshield, the hood still casts a shadow onto the engine compartment.)

This picture is from the passenger side.

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