1. Putting a 2002 Liberty 3.7 V6 into a 07 WK 3.7 V6

    Hi everyone,

    I am a newbie here and I just got a blown motor 2007 WK 3.7. Currently, I need to find an engine to replace it. I found a good deal from 2002 Liberty 3.7 V6, which has a blown gasket that I am going to rebuild.

    May I know what are the precautions I should consider when putting an older engine like the 02 Liberty into a newer vehicle like WK? Is there any difference in mechanical parts (like sprocket or lifter) between these 2 engines I mentioned above? Do I have to reprogram the PCM upon using this 02 engine?

    On the other hand, I would like to expand my search on which model in the Dodge/Jeep products are compatible with the 3.7 in this WK.

    I apologize for the long questions and I really appreciate everyone's input as this is my first engine rebuilt.

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    Re: Putting a 2002 Liberty 3.7 V6 into a 07 WK 3.7 V6

    Check Novak website.

    Use the PCM that came with the engine you use.

    There is likely more but thats the basics.


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