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Droped a 98 ZJ 4L In YJ. Power steering pump prob

Has anyone here put a 1998 Grand Cherokee 4.0L engine in their YJ? I put it in a 1994 YJ and I'm trying to figure out what brackets I need for the driver side for the power steering pump.
I want to use my YJ power steering pump but the brackets do not line up properley. Has anyone had any experience with this or anything close to it? Do I have to buy the ZJ pump? The ZJ engine is missing all the brackets on the driver's side and I have no clue what I can use to make it work. I was thinking to forget the PS pump but I need the pulley for the serpentine belt. I know this is an anoying question, but please if anyone can give me any kind of response I would really apreciate it! Thanks in advance!
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Re: Droped a 98 ZJ 4L In YJ. Power steering pump prob

It seems to me that you have a couple options.
1. sell you zj intake manifold and get one from a HO 4.0 from a yj (or maybe tj)
this isnt the best option because the ZJ intake is the best one they ever made for the 4.0... however, I'd more than happy to take it off your hands.
2. get the pump from the ZJ.. I doubt that its much different than the one you have though so....
3. make a bracket for the pump you have. this is a good idea, and shouldnt be that hard...
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