2002 Jeep Wrangler Engine Schematic Parts Diagram

April 21st, 2012

2002 Jeep Wrangler Engine Schematic Parts Diagram. This Jeep Wrangler has an 4.0L six-cylinder engine which contributes 490 HP. models using the six-cylinder 4.0L engine consists of a model X, the Sport model and Sahara Model, each using a manual transmission. The following is a picture of the Jeep Wrangler Engine Schematic.

2002 Jeep Wrangler Engine Schematic Parts Diagram - Engine Schematic

Engine Schematic Diagram :

1. Alumunium Valve Cover 28. Rocker Arm
2. Valve Cover Gasket 29. Rocker Arm Pivot
3. Cylinder Head Gasket 30. Non-Studded Rocker Arm Pivot Bridge
4. Upper Valve Grind Gasket Set 31. Rocker Arm Pivot Kit
5. Lower Gasket Set 32. Rocker Arm Pivot Bolt
6. K&N Wrench Off Oil Filter 33. Valve Spring
7. Oil Pump 34. Valver Lifter
8. Oil Pan Less sensor Hole 35. Push Rod
8A. Oil Pan Gasket 36. Timing Chain Cover
9. Oil Filter Cap 37. Timing Case Cover Gasket Set
10. Oil Pan Plug 38. Crankshat Front Seal
11. Valve Cover Grommet 39. Timing Case Cover Gasket
12. Piston & Pin 40. Timing Chain Guide Snubber
13. Engine Piston Ring Set 41. Timing Chain
14. Connecting Rod 42. Camshaft Sproket
15. Connecting Rod 43. Crankshaft Sproket
16. Crankshaft Main Bearing 44. Vibration Damper
16A. Main Bearing Set 45. Oil Slinger
17. Crankshaft Thrust Engine Bearing 46. AMS Automotive Pilot Bushing
18. Engine Connecting Rod Bearing Set 47. Flywheel Ring Gear
19. Camshaft Plug 48. Flywheel Assembly
20. Oil Hole Plug 49. Flex Plate
21. Oil Hole Plug 50. Rear Main Seal
22. Camshaft 53. Passenger Side Motor Mount
23. Camshaft Bearing Set 54. Transmission Mount
24. Intake Valve 55. Front Support Bracket Insulator
25. Exhaust Valve 56. Transmission Mount
26. Intake Valve Seal 57. Rear Bracket Assembly
27. Valve Retainer Lock 58. Transmission Support
59. Engine Mount Kit

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