Jeep must need a good and trustworthy workhorse. Jeep inline 6 engine is inline-six-cylinders having ample amount of horsepower. There are distinct thicker cylinder barriers and extra webbing in the block. Previously 328 slabs there. To make much stronger cylinder sides with stout overbore, the newcomer has water passage having hard-block. Here, a steel girdle is used in new engines. It uses ARP studs for clear strokes. Chrysler’s engines are always decent and the 4.0 L AMC inline 6 jeep engines are one of them. Inline 6 engine has powered Cherokees, Grand Cherokees, Wranglers. 4.0L inline-six reinstated by the 3.8 OHV V6. This engine uses a cast-iron block with evenly spaced cylinder bores, loop-flow combustion chambers. The heads can be gulped to the initial 232 and 258 blocks. The manifold is made of light burden tuned cast aluminum in this engine. It also has high torque. The exhaust manifold is made from tubular steel. The YJ “Universal Jeep” clasped with the former 258 six until the 1991 model year. When it eventually progressed the 4.0. It has 181 horsepower.
Gas mileage documented as 18 mpg city in the year 1899 Jeep Cherokee. In the year 2003, the Jeep inline 6 engine specifications were horsepower 190 and torque 235. In the year 1992 190 @ 4,750 and torque 225 @ 4,000.
In 1988, the horse power was 177 @4,500 and torque 224 @ 2,500 and in the year 1987 173 @ 4,500 and torque 215 @ 3,000.
Jeep inline 6 engine has a displacement of 3962 cc or 242 cubic inches (ca. 4 l). The bore of this engine has 3.88 and the stroke is 3.41. Compression for the engine is 9:2:1. This also has a head and block made of cast iron. The engine is equipped with two overhead valves per cylinder, flat-face followers, hydraulic lifters.
The compression ratio of an inline-six engine is 8:8:1, the redline was 5,300 rpm.