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1975 Jeep J10 Spark Plug 8 Cyl 6.6L Denso

P311-4CBE061    New

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Denso Spark Plug
  • Gap 0.040 Long # PW16TT Platinum TT Plug - Twin-Tip Technology Design with Platinum Center Electrode and Titanium Enhanced Ground Strap
  • Platinum TT
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 8
    • Most jobs typically require 8 of this item.
Brand: Denso
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Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID Engine VIN Fuel Delivery Type Fuel Type
1975 - Jeep J10 Naturally Aspirated V - 401 Z CARB GAS
Premium Guard
1983 Jeep J10 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 4.2L Premium Guard

P311-150C848    New

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$ 1.88
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block CC CID
1983 - Jeep J10 L - 258
Premium Vision
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$ 2.06
  • Attribute: Steel Frame Blade Size Inches: 16 Arm Type: Side Pin 3/16 in.
  • Pronto - All Season
Brand: Premium Vision
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1979 - Jeep J10 Front Right
Premium Vision
Qty:
$ 2.06
  • Attribute: Steel Frame Blade Size Inches: 16 Arm Type: Side Pin 3/16 in.
  • Pronto - All Season
Brand: Premium Vision
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1984 - Jeep J10 Front Left
Stant
1975 Jeep J10 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 4.2L Stant

P311-33D2B69    New

Qty:
$ 1.92
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Economy Thermostat
Brand: Stant
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Vehicle Block CC CID Fuel Type
1975 - Jeep J10 L - 258 GAS
Stant
1975 Jeep J10 Radiator Cap 8 Cyl 5.9L Stant

P311-21E3E1F    New

Qty:
$ 3.15
Stant Radiator Cap
  • Pressure Rating 16 psi
  • OE Type Radiator Cap
Brand: Stant
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Vehicle Block CC CID Fuel Type
1975 - Jeep J10 V - 360 GAS
Timken
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$ 6.82
Timken Manual Trans Input Shaft Bearing  Front
  • DNA
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Timken
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Vehicle Position Transmission Manuf. Code Trans. Speed
1983 - Jeep J10 Front T5 5
Walker
1983 Jeep J10 Exhaust Clamp - N/A 8 Cyl 5.9L Walker

P311-4276F83    New

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$ 1.65
Walker Exhaust Clamp  N/A
  • 2 1/2 Inch
  • Walker U Bolt Clamp
  • Product Attributes:
    • Automotive Color / Finish: None
    • Automotive Hardware Material: Steel
    • Clamp Type: Heavy Duty
    • Class: A
    • Description: Hardware-clamp
    • Diameter: 2.500
    • Max Year Covered:
      • 2014
      • 2016
    • Min Year Covered: 1963
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Ford F-150
    • Most Popular Year:
      • 2000
      • 2005
    • Nut Type: Hex
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Saddle Gauge: 11
    • Saddle Hole Type: Round
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 30893015
      • 58863570
    • U Bolt Diameter: 0.375
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Position Wheel Base
1983 - Jeep J10 V - 360 N/A 131.0
Bosch
1983 Jeep J10 Spark Plug 6 Cyl 4.2L Bosch

P311-4A7A209    New

Qty:
$ 4.79
Bosch Spark Plug
  • Bosch Platinum+4 Spark Plug
  • Available while stocks last Do Not Gap, Gap is Preset
  • Platinum+4
  • Product Attributes:
    • Center Electrode Core Material: Platinum
    • Center Electrode Tip Material: Platinum
    • Gap Size: 1.6
    • Ground Configuration: Multiple
    • Ground Electrode Core Material: N/a
    • Ground Electrode Quantity: 4
    • Ground Electrode Tip Design: Multiple
    • Ground Electrode Tip Material: Nickel-yttrium
    • Hex Size: 16
    • Insulator Material: Ceramic
    • Manufacturer Heat Range: 8
    • Reach: 19
    • Seat Type: Flat
    • Short Style: No
    • Thread Diameter: 14
  • The best of the Bosch Platinum Series, with the most platinum, delivers maximum engine power for a longer performance life.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 10
    • Most jobs typically require 10 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID
1983 - Jeep J10 L - 258
Champion
1983 Jeep J10 Spark Plug 6 Cyl 4.2L Champion

P311-09B5CD3    New

Qty:
$ 2.23
Champion Spark Plug
  • Champion Platinum Power - Boxed - RC12PEC5
  • Plug Type RC12PEC5 Gap .036
  • Platinum Power
  • Product Attributes:
    • Center Electrode Diameter (Inch): 0.1
    • Center Electrode Material: Platinum Firing Tip
    • Classification: Champion Platinum Power
    • Feature 1: Center Electrode Platinum Tip Wears Less Than A Standard Spark Plug To Maintain Gap Setting
    • Feature 2: Exclusive Thin-wire Center Electrode And V-trimmed Ground Electrode Creates Sharp Spark Focus And Less Spark Scatter For Better Engine Performance Than With A Standard Plug
    • Feature 3: Heat-active Alloy Allows Electrodes To Reach Optimal Temperature Quickly
    • Feature 4: Maintains Stable Operating Temperature Under All Engine Loads
    • Gap (Inch): 0.0472-0.0512
    • Gap (MM): 1.2-1.3
    • Ground Electrode Material: Nickel Copper Alloy
    • Hex Size (Inch): 0.625
    • Hex Size (MM): 15.88
    • Installed Height: 2.17
    • Insulator Projection (Inch): 0.28
    • Plug Type: Rc12pec5
    • Resistor Plug: Y
    • Seat Type: Gasket
    • Taper Diameter (Inch): 0.27
    • Thread Reach (Inch): 0.75
    • Thread Size (Inch): 0.551
    • Thread Size (MM): 14
  • Champion Platinum Power spark plugs deliver more powerful performance. Made from exclusive Heat-Active alloy, a fine-wire center electrode and V-trimmed ground electrode provides sharp spark focus.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 6
    • Most jobs typically require 6 of this item.
Brand: Champion
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID
1983 - Jeep J10 L - 258

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what engine will fit in my 1980 jeep j10???

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Question From macom_diveley on what engine will fit in my 1980 jeep j10???

I own a 1980 jeep j10 with a 401 V8 and it needs a valve job and i don't want to spend $900 on the old engine so I want to replace the engine with another and I don't know what engines will fit with the truck!!!!!!

Response From re-tired

This has been my go to source to put anything into everything

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

re-tired, Did you have a link for engine swapping? macom: I think AMC was the maker of Jeeps in 1980 and later Chrysler took over.

AMC was not an engine builder TMK but adapted what was available from others for parts throughout vehicles. You need to have your VIN # at the ready and call a good salvage yard for a cross over. At the age you may have a hunt on your hands to get one that's been as checked out as can be by the yards and tons easier if it will just bolt up.

I had a 1976 AMC Matador (needed mask) which was a great car. Didn't recognize the engine back then, told it was International Harvester! Good engine and never had to do more than routine stuff to it so can't say much about the thing and it was a looooog time ago now.

I don't know how diagnosed your present engine is as to whether a valve job would solve all troubles, whatever it's causing but I bet if you checked around you could find. If the lower end is any good I'd keep what's there. A good machine shop can save and restore a lot of parts in the heads or if not adding too much as many things like the springs aren't that expensive new. I really think if lower end is ok fixing that one will be cheaper that a whole swap and risk of unknowns with used if you want to invest at all in this vehicle vs find one whole if you love the exact thing that doesn't need much or anything.

These vehicles rusted faster than average where I am so most didn't make it very long and body rust repair exceeded value of even good running cars and the Jeeps by AMC.

Also - check for clubs out there if this is tough to find what you may need. There are Jeep aficionados with a lot of NOS (new old stock) parts - perhaps more for the CJ series but it's surprising!

T

Response From re-tired

OOPS SORRY BOUT THAT .....TO MUCH EGGNOG ..HERE'S THE LINK.............. AdvanceAdapters.com | Engine & Transmission Conversion Adapters - Advance Adapters

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Cool! Even though I've never made a mistake in my life (YA RIGHT!) - did change subject line to make this thread more search-able. Good find.

An opinion on swaps: As vehicles got newer it is increasingly not practical unless committed to a change and what goes with it,

T

Response From steve01832

I used to have a customer that had a Chevy 350 in an older Jeep CJ7. He said it was more work than it's worth. The Jeep did very well, that is until he rolled it.
In my opinion, spend the money on the valves, at least you know what the rest of the engine is like. For less than $900, any engine you get is a crap shoot. Then, you have all that labor of swapping it out.

Steve

Response From re-tired

Years ago I had a 73 cj-5 . It soon became bored mechanics labor of love .I dropped in a 383 stroker / 4 speed and competition clutch, posi rear and welded spiders in front (hey i was young and headstrong) 3"body lift and a 5"rancho suspension lift , dual shocks at all corners and dual steering stablilizers kept the 38.5" ground hogs under control. A full roll cage / 3 point racing harness saved my a_ _ in a few roll overs.Yea it was dumb ,waste of money , dangerous . But what stories for the grandkid .

what engine will fit in my 1980 jeep j10???

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Question From macom_diveley on what engine will fit in my 1980 jeep j10???

i own a 1980 jeep j10 with a 401 V8 and it needs a new engine... i need to know what engines will fit in my truck!!!

(edit - please post just once - it's the same folks and post same twice just confuses it. If you think it's in a wrong spot a moderator can move it. folks - please don't reply to this post, Tom G)

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

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Jeep dies now and again

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Question From Guest on Jeep dies now and again

Ok so my 1975 jeep J-10 pu with a 360 will run just fine and all of a sudden just die.
My wife tells me that some times she has trouble re-starting it but when it happened to me the truck died and came back on in a few seconds.
I have replaced the coil, Fuel pump, and will be replacing the carb soon how ever it seems to me like it may be a short some where.
I started the truck and jumped under the dash and gently tugged on wires to see if I could duplicate the problem and nothing. I also did the same under the hood and still nothing.
could it be a voltage regulator or something like that that is trying to go out and works intermitantly?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

That was quite the vintage for AMC and Jeep! Seems they used whatever components they got the best deal on and changed things mid model years on anything they felt like.

360 - perhaps a Mopar?? International?? The Mopar used a "hall" effect distributor for it's electronic ign if I recall and sometimes just blowing compressed air to get dust, dirt and cobwebs out could fix odd problems like that. Would be better if it would stay down for you long enough to really see what's is missing - spark or could this be a fuel problem??

T