Q: Are transfer cases engine specific? For example can I put a used 3.7L Transfer case in my car if my car is a 5.7L 4WD 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My transfer case is broken in my Jepp grand Cherokee 05 So I found a used one with 90,000 miles on a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee but it is a 3.7L and my jeep is a 5.7 L 4WD, does this matter?

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