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Unread 05-24-2010, 02:39 PM   #1
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4.Slow engine swap question

So i recently swapped 1994 4L into a 1996 zj. i reused as many of the 1996 bolt on parts as possible without much problem. However, i have had some issues with serpentine belt.

So here is is my question, i used the 96 intake and power steering pump/belt tensioner. So should the only other change i need to use the 96 belt on the 94 engine is to remove the lower idler pulley from the 94 setup?

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