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post #1 of 12 Old 09-08-2013, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
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Help please

I have a 2001 Cherokee that has what i thought was a 4.0 however the oil filter is for a 3.7 can anyone help me with what year and what motor is in my jeep the 4.0 calls for a PH16 (Fram) but the filter that fits is a PH3600

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post #2 of 12 Old 09-08-2013, 12:29 PM
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An oil filter may fit several different engines. Use the oil filter cross reference at this link - http://www.framcatalog.com/Application.aspx?b=F - to look up the proper filter for your 4.0 L XJ Cherokee engine.

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Try posting a picture of your engine to see if you have the 4.0L.

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post #4 of 12 Old 09-08-2013, 12:39 PM
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Pictures are not necessary, because any 6 cylinder XJ Cherokee built between 1987 and 2001 has the same in-line 4.0 L Jeep engine. If the Jeep has a 3.7 L engine, it is not an 1984-2001 XJ Cherokee.

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did you mean 2014 Cherokee?

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f11/96-xj-build-hybrid-1311863/

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I have a 2001 Cherokee that has what i thought was a 4.0 however the oil filter is for a 3.7 can anyone help me with what year and what motor is in my jeep the 4.0 calls for a PH16 (Fram) but the filter that fits is a PH3600
Fram is junk. Don't use them.

Get a 1085 from Napa or an 090 Mopar from Walmart.

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thanks for the info I will look into it more The oil is changed and it runs great so no need to worry to much about it LOL
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thanks for the info I will look into it more The oil is changed and it runs great so no need to worry to much about it LOL
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http://www.rubiconownersforum.com/fo...l-filters.html

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thanks for the info cruiser......I don't use fram I was just using the numbers for reference I have always used mobil 1 or K&N
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thanks for the info cruiser......I don't use fram I was just using the numbers for reference I have always used mobil 1 or K&N
Good to hear. This interest you?




LARGER THAN STOCK (note: most of these can be used on a stock 91+ XJ with the horizontal housing. they are also readily available at most parts stores)
Ford FL-1A
Wix #51515
Napa #1515
Amsoil EaO15 "Nanofilter"
Baldwin B2
Baldwin B2-HPG
Bosch 3500
Denso 150-1004
Donaldson P169071
Donaldson P550008
Fleetguard LF3313
Fleetguard LF3487
K&N HP-3001
Mobil 1 M1-301
Mobil 1 M1-301EP
Motorcraft FL-1A
Purolator PremiumPlus L30001(the one i used in this write up)



MUCH LARGER THAN STOCK (note: these can ONLY be used on renix XJ's with with vertical housing. and these arent as easy to find in stock at most parts stores, though they can order them)

Napa #1773
Wix #51773
Motorcraft FL-299
FL-299 Equivalents
Baldwin BT237
Baldwin BT251
Donaldson P550299
Donaldson P554407
Fleetguard LF697
Purolator PremiumPlus L40017
"GIGANTO" Filter
Napa 1714/Wix 51714

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awsome info....... out of these which is the best to use in your opinion....I have owned 5 jeeps but to be completely honest I don't know much at all about the 4.0 motor so if you have any info that will help the life of my jeep please feel free i am all ears and the more i learn the more i can try to help others Thanks to Everyone also for your info and please feel free as well to add any info that i might need to know about the 4.0
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awsome info....... out of these which is the best to use in your opinion....I have owned 5 jeeps but to be completely honest I don't know much at all about the 4.0 motor so if you have any info that will help the life of my jeep please feel free i am all ears and the more i learn the more i can try to help others Thanks to Everyone also for your info and please feel free as well to add any info that i might need to know about the 4.0
I use 1085 from Napa.

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