My poor Jeep awaits its new powerplant. “Hurry up, David,” it says after sitting for over a year.
My poor Jeep awaits its new powerplant. “Hurry up, David,” it says after sitting for over a year.

Many of us have a long weekend ahead, and that means only one thing: wrenching. Lots of wrenching. Show us the daunting projects that await you in the coming days.

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I myself am down in Texas bathing in copious quantities of barbecue, trying my hardest to resist the beautiful rust-free Jeeps for sale on the local Craigslist.

But what I’ve been working on lately—and what I’ll get straight back to when I return to Detroit—is my $120 4.0-liter inline six engine, which will replace my newly refreshed and then promptly blown-up engine in my Jeep Cherokee.

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So what are you working on this weekend? Show us some pictures of parts!

Sr. Technical Editor, Jalopnik. Always interested in hearing from auto engineers—email me. Cars: Willys CJ-2A ('48), Jeep J10 ('85), Jeep Cherokee ('79, '91, '92, '00), Jeep Grand Cherokee 5spd ('94).

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