You hear it mentioned all the time: "My engine has 260 horsepower", or 320, or whatever. But many Jeep owners out there, as well as manufacturers, also judge an engine by its size. And that could get a bit tricky for those who may not know exactly what they have when it comes time to order replacement parts. For example, you may know that your engine is a 3.8L, but every part you are looking to purchase is described in Cubic Inches or Centimeters. What good does that do you? Well, instead of ordering something and hoping for the best, we've put together a handy chart you can cross reference when purchasing important Jeep engine parts like valves, gaskets and hardware, or belts and cables.


Cubic Inches (CID) Cubic Centimeters (CC) Liters (L)
61 1000 1.0
92 1500 1.5
98 1606 1.6
105 1721 1.7
112 1836 1.8
121 1983 2.0
122 2000 2.0
134 2196 2.2
135 2213 2.2
140 2295 2.3
151 2475 2.5
156 2557 2.6
159 2606 2.6
170 2786 2.8
171 2803 2.8
173 2835 2.8
181 2967 3.0
196 3212 3.2
200 3278 3.3
212 3475 3.5
225 3688 3.7
229 3753 3.8
231 3786 3.8
232 3802 3.8
238 3901 3.9
250 4097 4.1
252 4130 4.1
255 4179 4.2
258 4229 4.2
260 4261 4.3
265 4343 4.3
267 4376 4.4
292 4786 4.8
300 4917 4.9
301 4933 4.9
302 4949 5.0
304 4983 5.0
305 4999 5.0
307 5032 5.0
318 5212 5.2
350 5736 5.7
351 5753 5.8
359 5884 5.9
360 5900 5.9
368 6032 6.0
378 6195 6.2
379 6212 6.2
400 6556 6.6
403 6605 6.6
420 6884 6.9
425 6966 7.0
426 6982 7.0
454 7447 7.4
460 7539 7.5
466 7638 7.6
475 7785 7.8
495 8113 8.1
500 8195 8.2
504 8261 8.3
525 8605 8.6
551 9031 9.0
552 9047 9.0
555 9096 9.1
568 9310 9.3
611 10014 10.0
636 10424 10.4
638 10457 10.5
672 11014 11.0
673 11030 11.0
707 11588 11.6
736 12036 12.0
743 12178 12.2
852 13964 13.9
855 14013 14.0
864 14161 14.2
866 14194 14.2
893 14636 14.6
903 14800 14.8
927 15193 15.2
1099 18013 18.0
1150 18848 18.8

For engines not listed above, use the following conversion table:

Convert Into Multiply By
CID CC 16.39
CID Liter 0.01639
CC CID 0.06101
Liter CID 61.01

 

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