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Unread 10-26-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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Cylinder heads help

Been tryin to read up on the head issues with 0331 .. I have the dreaded 2000 cherokee sport with the crack issue.. A friend has hooked me up with a 0630 head from a 98 maybe 99 model has manifold an throttle body too... What exactly would i need to make it work...?
Im not much of a mechanic so all info would be helpful thanks...

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Unread 10-27-2012, 08:56 PM   #2
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Been tryin to read up on the head issues with 0331 .. I have the dreaded 2000 cherokee sport with the crack issue.. A friend has hooked me up with a 0630 head from a 98 maybe 99 model has manifold an throttle body too... What exactly would i need to make it work...?
Im not much of a mechanic so all info would be helpful thanks...
Here is what I did;

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f19/c...dence-1306393/

You need tools, experience, knowledge and time. Make sure that any drive train part you remove goes back into the excact same place from where it came.

This repair was srtraight forward except the head is heavy , and the bolts on the intake/exhaust manifold are tough to get at because on the GC the 4.0 is tucked up under the firewall. On a TJ it is much easier.
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