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will starter for a 4 cyl. work/fit in a 6 cyl.?

title question. will a starter for a 4 cyl. yj be compatible with a 6 cyl. yj?

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Looking up the parts they show different part numbers for 4 & 6 cylinder models, but you never know.

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dumb question, but why? why not just get a 6 cylinder starter?

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title question. will a starter for a 4 cyl. yj be compatible with a 6 cyl. yj?
No they are different designs and can not be interchanged.

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bummer, thanks for the info
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