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Unread 02-13-2002, 02:29 PM   #1
Grand Enigma
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Whats so different about the 98 (4.0L) ZJ's?

ok, I have a 98 Grand Cherokee 4.0L V6 and was woundering why I can never seem to find any engine related products (ie K&N intake, headers, etc) for this year and engine size. There appeares to me to be a void from 97-99 in this engine size. What is so different about this year and am I out of luck for finding any products for it?


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Unread 02-13-2002, 06:02 PM   #2
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First it's not a V6, it's an Inline 6.

But I doubt there's any difference. For my '99 V8 WJ I used the K&N from the earlier 6-cyl ZJ iirc. Just compare the FRAM part numbers from '98 to '97, they should be the same. If they are, then the K&N would use the same part too.
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