what years jeep cherokee parts will fit 96 grand cherokee laredo 4×4?

3 Responses to what years jeep cherokee parts will fit 96 grand cherokee laredo 4×4?

  1. Mad Dog October 8, 2010 at 12:06 am #

    It all depends on what you are trying to change? All in all not
    many parts of a Cherokee will fit a Grand Cherokee.

    For instance the transmissions are different. The Cherokee auto
    is a AW4 Aisin Warner were the Grand Cherokee has either the
    42RE or 46RE trans.
    The rear end on the Cherokee is usually the Chrysler 8.25 were the
    Grand is either a Dana 35 or Dana 44. The front axle housings are
    different also.
    None of the body parts, lights, interior parts are going to be
    interchangeable on the 2 vechicles.

    Are you looking for a parts car to use for parts for the Grand Cherokee
    then I suggest you find a Grand Cherokee for parts.

    Thngs such as rims would be interchangable, front brake parts and so
    on. Rear brake parts would not be interchangable as most Grands
    had rotors and pads in the rear and all Cherokees had drum brakes.

    So all in all it depends on what you want to swap. The motors if both
    had a 4.0L in it would be interchangable.

    Need more info. about what you are trying to swap?? Also like I said
    if you are trying to find a parts car to use for parts for the Grand getting
    a Cherokee is not worth it.

  2. 11second ride October 8, 2010 at 12:06 am #

    mad dog is right the only parts iv seen changed is rims, i know my 98 grand cherokee had a low pinion dana 30/35 axles and most cherokee had hight pinion 30/35 axles and where about 30% stronger. and afew small things could be diffrent on the motor. if you look at some jeep mags, it will list every model under the 4.0 catorgory except the zj

  3. NCSoldier2004 October 8, 2010 at 12:06 am #

    Jeep years 1993-1998 will match your vehicle body style and components identically, but that’s not to say that an inline 6 engine, springs, or some other parts from Jeeps from outside those years won’t also fit. Join the largest online Jeep support community (JeepForumDOTcom) for more detailed assistance, or you may also find another Jeeper out there that is parting out his Jeep and will ship what you need to you cheap. Good luck, bud.