What is different between a 1988 Jeep Cherokee engine and a 1992 Jeep Cherokee 4 liter?
there really is no difference in the engine it will be the computer and electrical connections
For one year only, in 1998 the Grand Cherokee Limited model was offered with a 5.9 liter V8. That is a 360 cubic inch engine that required high test gasoline. The average V8 was the 5.2 liter that was in a milder state of tune in the Grand Cherokees. The base engine was the 4.0 liter straight 6 cylinder. The current options are the 3.7 V6, 4.7 V8 and 5.7 (Hemi) V8 and a 3.0L…
Will a jeep 5.2 liter 318 cubic inch engine and drivetrain swap into into a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee chassis replacing a 4.7 liter engine and drivetrain?
First, there is a difference in the Volume that the cylinders displace. The larger the engine, the greater its cubic inches or liter volume. Second, 2 liter engines are almost always 4 cylinders and 3 Liter engines are almost always 6 cylinders. However, Porsche made a large 4 cylinder engine for its 944 series, which I believe was 2.7 Liters. Five cylinder engines may be between 2 and 3 Liters and are intermediate size engines.