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    I know someone probably has done this already, but I can't find any info. I have a '76 CJ-5 w304/3 speed/D20. I have access to a '93 4.0 wA. How hard would this swap be? What problems will I face? Can I use my bellhousing, clutch, flywheel,etc to keep it manual? Any links would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    Originally posted by Ray Van Buren
    I know someone probably has done this already, but I can't find any info. I have a '76 CJ-5 w304/3 speed/D20. I have access to a '93 4.0 wA. How hard would this swap be? What problems will I face? Can I use my bellhousing, clutch, flywheel,etc to keep it manual? Any links would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    http://www.cjoffroad.com should have the info you need. I had Climb It Off Road in Pinion Hills,CA install a used 99TJ 4.0L engine ,new radiator,new cat converter , used AW4 along with new drivelines installed in my CJ8 last year for approx $8K+ http://www.climbitoffroad.com

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    • #4
      Originally posted by scr83jp
      http://www.cjoffroad.com should have the info you need. I had Climb It Off Road in Pinion Hills,CA install a used 99TJ 4.0L engine ,new radiator,new cat converter , used AW4 along with new drivelines installed in my CJ8 last year for approx $8K+ http://www.climbitoffroad.com
      What did they do about the ODBII system?
      I was thinking of doing this in my CJ-7 but I was told the ODBII system was not easy to work with.
      I have a NV3550 out of a TJ so the only problem I see is with the ODBII system.

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        As far as i know obd II is 96 or newer....obd I is pre 96 to whatever...

        obd I is a lot easy to deal with....obd II is probrably going to have a O2 sensor before and after the cat.....

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