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04-17-2010 10:58 AM
Flywheel Question

I own a '97 TJ and here recently my motor has been using a load of radiator fluid and water. Overheating bad! My father-n-law and I went in halves on a 1988 Jeep Grand Cherokee. He wanted the body and has given me everything under the hood. We've pulled my motor out (4.0L Straight 6) and put in the motor form the Cherokee it's a 4.0L built in '95. We've gotten it to crank but it will not fire over. We don't know if the Flywheel was taken off the '88 model which don't use a CKP sensor. Or if it's off of the '95 Model, it runs for about 4 seconds with no power. Would like to know if I should put my old Flywheel back into the Jeep, or try to figure out what is wrong with it.

*The clutch/Flywheel are newer then one out of my Jeep. Which is why we decided to use it.


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