|05-27-2011 08:49 PM|
|05-27-2011 11:05 AM|
I love the 4.3, that'd be a good swap in a Jeep too, and I know it's been done. The 4.3 is designed off of the small block 350, it uses the same bore even. I know quite a bit about s10's.
|05-27-2011 07:49 AM|
|05-27-2011 07:48 AM|
|05-26-2011 11:01 AM|
|2011jeepwranglerunlimited||Would a hemi work in a JK? Saw a charakee with one on YouTube and it sounded awesome!|
|05-26-2011 10:24 AM|
|shin||or why not go with a 3.8 supercharged out of a gtp...|
|05-26-2011 07:20 AM|
|deathphoenix99||I'm not saying don't put a 2.8 into your Jeep, but a lot of guys with the s10 that have 2.8's swap it out for the 3.4, which uses the same wiring harness and computer, just a bigger engine with more power. There's a few things they have to swap over...but if you already have access to a 2.8, it'd be better than a 4-banger.|
|05-26-2011 06:21 AM|
|05-25-2011 11:39 PM|
|Renegade Mike||I have a GM steering collum in my 91 YJ Renegade. And my engine block is stamped GM and its an inline 6|
|05-25-2011 08:43 AM|
According to wikipedia.......(I know it may not be accurate.)
|05-25-2011 08:13 AM|
|05-23-2011 02:44 PM|
If AMC made a mistake, it was the 70s Matador coupe that sent the company down the tubes. Nice enough car (and I like Teague styled cars!), but it just didn't sell enough to justify the cost of producing it.
Another thing that really hurt AMC was the UAW. Yeah, that's not a PC subject to bring up in today as the U.S. races for equitable re-distribution of everything, but the UAW really bent AMC over. Those costs drove AMC into the arms of Renault and the rest is history.
With rare exception, AMC engines are AMC produced (Iron Duke 4-banger from GM for an exception). The 390 V8 was not a Ford engine, etc. The bodies were all AMC and they had many innovations (first all plastic interior is a weird example, but all cars are that way now).
Chrysler bought AMC in 1987 for one reason -Jeep. At least give AMC props for keeping Jeep alive after mismanagement by Kaiser.
|05-23-2011 10:28 AM|
|JODY HOWLAND||I have a 90 model also and I recently upgraded to hei ignition and it is a gm part|
|05-23-2011 07:40 AM|
|deathphoenix99||^Yea, the steering columns in the older jeeps is the Chevy truck column, I've grabbed parts from one in the junk yard once for my truck.|
|05-22-2011 10:23 PM|
|shin||like someone said before the 2.5 aka is the iron duke by gm.. if u know of a cherokee from 84-86 and it has a 2.8 in it. thats the gm 2.8.... if u have a 4.2 then it should have the ford ignition... steering columns are pretty much out of like the old chevy trucks.. back in the day i believe they used a buick 3.8 in some of the cjs... and believe it or not the ax15 trans is the same as the toyota r150f except the input and output shaft are different. and the aw4 i believe is also a yota trans. just different parts so it bolts in the jeep... there is some examples that i can think of right now.|
|05-22-2011 05:08 PM|
|05-21-2011 08:38 AM|
|05-21-2011 12:00 AM|
|superduty_5.9||Yes if it is a 2.5 4 cyl then it is a GM engine. Same one in the S-10's. Later 2.5's were different.|
|05-20-2011 09:41 PM|
|Tony 76||S man I was just kidding when I said change mechanics.|
|05-20-2011 09:30 PM|
|05-20-2011 09:29 PM|
This is very true. Not unusual to find GM or Ford parts in the AMC years.
|05-20-2011 09:20 PM|
|05-20-2011 09:19 PM|
|cheapjeep71||AMC means Any Motor Company. They used parts from anyone they could get their hands on. Some even used Motorcraft ignition parts. AMC was to poor to engineer their own parts. It was easier to rob from others.|
|05-20-2011 08:34 PM|
|Tony 76||Switch mechanic lol. Just kidding.|
|05-19-2011 07:59 PM|
|HotRod90YJ||Well, mine's a '90, so it would fall before the '92 Mopar influence. Thanks for the replies. The way the mechanic talked, this was out of the ordinary and not the way it was supposed to be.|
|05-19-2011 07:02 PM|
|Irongrave||last time I checked the YJ was an AMC product. the Mopar influence didn't hit until 92 and even then still mostly an AMC product. and being an AMC product they sourced a lot of GM|
|05-19-2011 06:19 PM|
|HotRod90YJ||So this kind of thing is normal? I wasn't sure if this was common, or if the PO made a bunch of these changes, which could be the reason for the problems I've been having with my jeep.|
|05-19-2011 04:50 PM|
|94impactyj||stock radiator cap is a GM part as well.|
|05-19-2011 04:26 PM|
GM parts on a Jeep
Had my Jeep for a few months. Had it tuned up, but had to get GM hoses to replace the old GM parts that were there so it would match up. Having some minor issues now, ordered a coil, but it had to be a GM coil to match up with the GM distributor. The guy even told me today that there weren't any Jeep parts on it, mostly GM. How can a Jeep (Chrysler) support parts from another make (GM)? Has anyone else run into anything like this?