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Wrangler TJ & YJ, CJ5, CJ7, CJ8, Scrambler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee

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4.0 Liter (242) AMC Engine Jeep Parts

4.0 Liter (242) AMC Engine Parts

The 4.0 engine appeared in 1987 and was in production in North America until 2006, when the Jeep Wrangler TJ was replaced by the new JK. The 4.0 was discontinued at the end of the 2006. This engine has performance features suited for off-road use. The ample low end torque is ideal for trailing and rock crawling.

2.5 Liter (150) AMC Engine Parts

2.5 Liter (150) AMC Engine Parts

The 2.5 L inline-4 was a abbreviated version of the 258 6-cylinder engine stretching to 3.875 inches (99 mm) and extended to 3.188 inches (81 mm).

4.2 Liter (258) AMC Engine Parts

4.2 Liter (258) AMC Engine Parts

The 258 cubic inch (4.2 L) "258" in-line six was manufactured from 1971 until 1990. It emphasized an 3.895 inch (98.93 mm) stroke and undersquare 3.75 inch (95.25 mm) bore. This engine Jeep part was very like the 199 and 232.

AMC V-8 5.0L 304 and 5.9L 360 Engine Parts

AMC 5.0L (304) & 5.9L (360) Engine Parts

The 304 ci (5.0 L) produced 210 hp (157 kW) in 1970-1971 and was built starting in 1970. Later models produced less power from the factory, going down yearly. The AMC 360 ci (5.9 L) 360 2-barrel produced 235 to 245 hp (175 to 183 kW) in 1970 to early 1971 while the 4-barrel produced 285 to 295 hp, 175 to 220 hp from mid 1971-1975 It was the last AMC V-8 to be manufactured.

Chrysler V-8 5.2 (318) 5.9 (360) Engine Jeep Parts

Chrysler 5.2 (318) 5.9 (360) Engine Parts

These engines are highly effective, have incredibly durable designs, and are a key depended on by the manufacturer. There was an extremely large variety of engines produced in this time period as power plant and automotive technology developed fast

3.0 Liter and 3.7 Liter Daimler-Chrysler Engine Parts

3.7 Liter Daimler-Chrysler Engine Parts

The 3.7 liter is, for the most part, the 4.7 V-8 with two fewer cylinders. It was designed to take over the 2.5 liter four-cylinder, as well as the 3.9 liter V6 engine, both used only on Jeeps and trucks.

4.7 Liter Daimler-Chrysler Engine Parts

4.7 Liter Daimler-Chrysler Engine Parts

The Daimler-Chrysler 4.7 Engine was their first truly fresh new V8 engine for over forty years. This new engine had better power, gas mileage, and emissions than the 5.2 liter Jeep parts engine that it replaced.

6.6 Liter AMC 401 Engine Parts

6.6 Liter AMC 401 Engine Parts

The AMC 401 was introduced in 1971 as an optional engine for the J-series pickups and Wagoneers. It has a cast iron block and cylinder head with over head valves and hydraulic lifters. The 401's crankshaft and connecting rods are forged steel. Factory recommended overbore is only 0.020 in, commonly bored to 0.030 in. It was last produced in 1979.