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Can i take a newer bronco's 4wd with push button and put it into my 87 bronco with no complications other than wiring? also can i change the steering colum to a newer bronco's steering colum with no complications?

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    james cyrus Nov 10, 2008

    actually my truck doesn't have push button it has the stick shift 4wd but im talking replacing the whole 4wd transmission and as for the steering wheel i just need to know if it will fit cause the wires are the same colors luckly lol

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You could but the color of the wires might not be the same and it would take forever to figure out how if youve never done it before of know the wiring diagram or how to read one. and if the two trucks have push button 4x4 the switches might be the same

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  • toney clark Nov 11, 2008

    yes it would fit

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