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HELP ME I WANT TO KNOW IF I CAN PUT A 99 MOTOR BLOCK ONTO A 96 WITH OUT HAVING TO CHANGE ANY THING MY 96 OIL PAN BOLTS ONTO THE TRAN. BUT THE 99 DOES NOT SO SAY I CAN AND SOME SAY I CANT PLEASE HELP ME I CALLED MY LOCAL DEARL AND THEY DONT EVEN KNOW

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The best place to call is a salvage yard or visit them works best. ask to see a hollander book it will give you the interchange and what you have to change to install the engine you have.
these books are a great resource but are very expensive you might have to buy them a beer or somthing

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