Join Date: Sep 1999
Location: Boilermaker Country USA
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Is this the right 4.0 configuration for swap?
I have put together a list of items for getting a 1994-95 4.0L YJ engine to put in a 85 CJ. I choose the 94-95 model because of not having the more complicated SMOG sensors and fuel delivery system. Since HESCO's MPI kit is based on a 1995 fuel delivery kit, I figured it could not be all bad. Here is my check list, did I miss anything?
One Complete 1994 or 95 YJ (Wrangler) 4.0L Motor with all accessories including;
--Motor mounts attached
--Wiring harness (not hacked) and accessories, from the fan to the flywheel w/flexplate)
--Crankshaft needs to have hole for pilot bushing
--Flywheel attached to motor has to have come mated to a 5spd.manual tranny in its previous life.
--A/C compressor, evaporator, dryer, hoses/lines etc.
--Non busted or cracked exhaust manifold including the O2 sensor in the exhaust pipe, catalytic converter and O2 sensors fore and aft of the catalytic, including the muffler
--The MAP sensor and all the relays on the firewall
--Throttle cable attached to engine
--Starter, starter and battery cables
--Engine Computer (for use with 5 speed [Manual] transmission)
--Air/breather intake box and ducting
--All fuel and vacuum lines
I mating the 4.0 to a T176, which pilot bushing do I use?. Thanks a ton guys.
85 CJ8 Undergoing Frame-up Modifications w/258/T176/Dana300-Looking 4 a 95 4.0L Motor, SS gas tank, & chrome spoke wheels.