Description of Used 4.0 Jeep Engine for Sale
We are the top seller of used 4.0 jeep engines for sale. You have come to the right place in search of the best-selling used and fully tested 4.0 jeep engine. 4.0-jeep engines are immensely popular for their longevity, simplicity, and higher capability. The 4.0-liter Jeep engine is a six-in-line gasoline fuel-type engine with a sequential multi-port fuel injection system. The displacement of the jeep crate engine is 4.0 liters and 3965 ccs. It comes with an 8.8: 1 to 9.2: 1 compression ratio. The horsepower ranges from 173 hp to 190 hp and torque of 220-235 lb/ft.
The bore size of the 4.0 jeep engine is 98.4mm and the stroke size is 86.7mm. The weight of the 4.0 jeep engine is 578 lbs. The 4.0 jeep crate engine is completely tested and all the non-functioning parts have been replaced with the updated parts. We are selling the best 4.0 jeep crate engine at the best deal with 12 months of warranty.
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Features of the 4.0 Jeep Engine for Sale
American Motors Company and Chrysler produced 4.0 jeep engines from 1987. The used Jeep 4.0 engine for sale is a 6-inline gasoline fuel-type engine with a sequential multi-port fuel injection system. The A0L inline-6 engine has a displacement of 4.0 L and 3965 ccs. The horsepower and torque range from 173 hp to 190 hp and torque from 220 lb/ft to 235 lb/ft. The bore and stroke sizes of the 4.0 L Jeep engine are 98.4 mm and 86.7 mm, respectively, and the weight of the engine is 578 lbs. it features a compression ratio of between 8.8: 1 and 9.2: 1. If 4.0 jeep engines have good age, they can easily run beyond 200,000 miles and if properly maintained, they can give smooth output up to 300,000 miles or 400,000 miles.
The 4.0 L straight 6 jeep engine has cast iron block material and head material that provide overall massive strength, 4.0 engines are overhead valves. The 4.0 jeep engine is applied to the following vehicles: Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wagoneer, Jeep Comanche, Jeep Wrangler
History of the 4.0 Jeep engine
AMC and Chrysler began producing 4.0 jeep engines in 1987, AMC built a 4.0 engine in 1986, and a year after Chrysler bought AMC, Chrysler kept making required changes to the engine. Then, after its two-decade journey, numerous modifications were made to bring the best out of it. The major changes include focusing on higher fuel injectors in 1988; in 1991, RENIX was replaced by multi-port fuel injection, intake ports were raised by 3.2mm; the throttle body was enlarged, and updates were made in the intake and exhaust manifold and also in cam timing methods.
1991 was a major year because it also raised the horsepower from 173 hp to 190 hp. Gradually, in the following years, the engine block was strengthened and the cylinder head was altered. In 2000, to enhance the overall efficiency of the engine, it supported lower emissions. In the same year, the distributor-less coil on the plug ignition system was developed further. However, the production of the 4.0 jeep engine came to an end in 2006.