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Unread 10-21-2013, 07:01 AM   #46
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Wrong, XJ and TJ 4.0's were different. TJ's used the powertech 4.0.
Nah. It's just a name difference.

And, they changed some block casting/mounting points.

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Unread 10-21-2013, 07:02 AM   #47
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I paid for 6 plugs...cost me $40.00....look how many I got!!!! Freaking 14 plugs! Get this. Each plug has a $4.00 mail in rebate. $4.00 x 14 is $56.00. I made $16.00 on this deal!

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I would now sell those crappy Bosch Platinums to someone else and go buy some NGKs.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 07:10 AM   #48
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Cruiser I still have the NGK's in my Jeep! I haven't taken them out. I have noticed my jeep doesn't run as hot as it did with the platinum plugs in. It doesn't warm up as fast. I'll run the NGK's for awhile. I have to get the "Orange can of Death" off of it today. I bought a Napa Gold 1515 to put on it. Oil change day today!
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Unread 10-21-2013, 07:25 AM   #49
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Cruiser I still have the NGK's in my Jeep! I haven't taken them out. I have noticed my jeep doesn't run as hot as it did with the platinum plugs in. It doesn't warm up as fast. I'll run the NGK's for awhile. I have to get the "Orange can of Death" off of it today. I bought a Napa Gold 1515 to put on it. Oil change day today!
Progress. See if your oil pressure seems much different without the OCOD on there.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 09:43 AM   #50
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Nah. It's just a name difference.

And, they changed some block casting/mounting points.
It's more than a name change and mounting points. Have you tried swapping them before? Not so easy.
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The Powertech name applies to all 4.0s 99+ whether they're TJ, WJ, or XJ. They're all the same engine with only minor differences between vehicle models. This is also pretty far off-topic.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 10:20 AM   #52
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The Powertech name applies to all 4.0s 99+ whether they're TJ, WJ, or XJ. They're all the same engine with only minor differences between vehicle models. This is also pretty far off-topic.
XJ's never used the powertech 4.0. Yes it's off topic but I don't like people being misinformed.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 10:38 AM   #53
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XJ's never used the powertech 4.0. Yes it's off topic but I don't like people being misinformed.
Please inform me about what the differences are in the engine. I had always been under the impression powertech was just a name they decided to give the 4.0.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 01:39 PM   #54
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XJ's never used the powertech 4.0. Yes it's off topic but I don't like people being misinformed.
Off topic or not, It's something I wasn't aware of. In other words, Tell me what you know. I'm sure zaxfire won't mind.
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Unread 10-21-2013, 01:43 PM   #55
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Plus this is the non-tech section. Nobody gives a **** whats in here.
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I ended up buying the stock copper ones.. EVERYONE SUGGESTED them even the auto guy who drove a 98 XJ himself said get these.. I have to post pictures THERE WAS NOTHING LEFT to the lead on the plugs.. I mean it littlerly had to be sparking on the metal inside the plug itself.

The only thing is I replaced them, my wires, my dist cap and I still bet misfires after idling too long. AND OR if I first start the jeep and drive down my block and make a wide right hand turn shell misfire 2 times and pop out of it..

Very strange. I did the tune up thinking that was the issue. Even did new fuel filters.
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Somebody make the price of oil go down. Man oil is high.
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Somebody make the price of oil go down. Man oil is high.
Alright, I'm on it.
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The Powertech name applies to all 4.0s 99+ whether they're TJ, WJ, or XJ. They're all the same engine with only minor differences between vehicle models. This is also pretty far off-topic.
Yep. External block castings only.....
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Since nobody gives a rip what is in here..I'm changing to the Napa Gold 1515 oil filter in the morning. I usually put 6 quarts in..Will I need to put a little extra for the larger filter? Running 10w30....
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