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Old 10-12-2010, 11:17 PM   #16
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Not to hijack this thread but does the broken flexplate make a sound like a piston slap time tapping sound? What exactly does it sound like?
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Old 10-14-2010, 02:26 AM   #17
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ok so a guy from on here said he pulled one out of a 97 and he can sell it to me for $50 shipped

the part number is : 53006324

The flex plate was originally from a 96 ZJ (OBD2). I pulled the motor (and flex plate) and built my stroker. The mounting is exactly the same for all
OBD2 4.0L Jeeps. The windows for the crank sensor are all the same as well.

is this true and will it fit my jeep (1998 Jeep Cherokee SPort 4.0 auto 2wd)

please need help this would make it worth going ahead and doing it instead of driving the jeep into the ground(or junk yard)
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Old 10-14-2010, 02:27 AM   #18
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i guess it could sound like a bit of piston slap but to me it sounds more like a rod knocking
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ok so a guy from on here said he pulled one out of a 97 and he can sell it to me for $50 shipped

the part number is : 53006324

The flex plate was originally from a 96 ZJ (OBD2). I pulled the motor (and flex plate) and built my stroker. The mounting is exactly the same for all
OBD2 4.0L Jeeps. The windows for the crank sensor are all the same as well.

is this true and will it fit my jeep (1998 Jeep Cherokee SPort 4.0 auto 2wd)

please need help this would make it worth going ahead and doing it instead of driving the jeep into the ground(or junk yard)
Yes it's true, I certainly have no reason to sell you a flexplate that won't work on your engine. $50 shipped means $30 in my pocket. I'm not gonna sell my soul for a whopping $50.

I'll retract my offer, hope you find the parts you need.

Done with this.
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sorry if i offended you, I am just trying to get as much info as possible because i will only have the money to do this once, as im on ssi, so please accept my apology if i have offended you it was not my intention
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on my old cherokee mine broke in half i ordered it for a 1990 from advanced for 70 for new one
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sorry if i offended you, I am just trying to get as much info as possible because i will only have the money to do this once, as im on ssi, so please accept my apology if i have offended you it was not my intention

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Old 10-14-2010, 06:26 PM   #23
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ok so i have found one in a local shop a friend of mine owns and he will sell it to me for 35 but its for a 97 grand cherokee so im assuming it will work

does the price sound reasonable

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look on line and see if they both take the same part number
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:08 PM   #25
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ok so a flex plate from a grand cherokee will not fit the torque converter bolts are no the same distance

so no dice got to find one from a regular cherokee
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morris 4x4 around 80 dollars this aint a part id buy used because of the amount of work to install
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