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17247.03 Omix-ada Ignition Coil, 78-90 Jeep Cj & Wranglers, By Omix-ada on 2040-parts.com

US $24.49
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Smyrna, Georgia, US

Smyrna, Georgia, US
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17247.03

17247.03

OMIX-ADA

Ignition Coil, 78-90 Jeep CJ & Wranglers, by Omix-ada

Ignition Coil, 1978-1983 CJ5 4.2L, 1983 CJ5 2.5L AMC, 1978-1986 CJ7 4.2L, 1983-1986 CJ7 2.5L AMC, 1981-1986 CJ8 4.2L, 1983-1986 CJ8 2.5L AMC, 1987-1990 Wrangler 2.5L & 4.0L, 1984-1990 Cherokee 2.5L, 1978-1990 Cherokee/Grand Wagoneer 4.2L

This ignition coil from Omix-Ada fits 78-83 Jeep CJ-5s, 78-86 CJ-7s, 81-86 CJ-8s, and 78-90 SJ Cherokees and Grand Wagoneers with a 4.2L engine. Also fits 1983 CJ-5s , 83-86 CJ-7s, and 83-86 CJ-8s with an AMC 2.5L engine. Fits 84-90 XJ Cherokees and 87-90 Wranglers with a Chrysler 2.5L engine. Lastly, it fits 87-90 Wranglers with a 4.0L engine.

 

 

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