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Not likely. The 1995 engine will most likely be designed for computerized control with all the newer sensors. These did not exist in 1983. Not to mention trying to get an adapter to mate the transmission and remainder of drive train. The days of cross-year engine swapping have been made very difficult because of PCM program controls, but that same technology makes the engines themselves run better and last longer.
remove negative on battery terminal, there are two bolts that hold it in between transmission and engine (17mm), loosen it. pull it out and remove all wirings by unscrewing (10mm) just remember which goes which. then reverse procedure :)
i thinks it will swap with a 89 to 95, possible a 96 will work. the identification label on the inside of the door will have your tranny listed. g58, w56, w59 and r150f. something like that, find another like it and your good to go.
Try turning the engine over on the ignition switch with the fuel pump fuse removed and the spark plugs removed and coil disconnected. The engine will turn easily on the starter motor and will cause the oil pump to push oil around all the passages. A couple of minutes should be enough. When ready to start reconnect the coil, refit the plugs and insert the pump fuse.
yes, the web site called northwestoffroad.com order the $5.00 mag. has all u need. also check website LG engineering.com. but what ever u do don't install a 3.0l v6 toyota truck engine has no power. good luck
Its really easy it should be off the driver side of your engine bay. you'll need to remove the washer bottle and take off the hoses (make sure you remember where they go) and swap out the washer motor and reinstall in reverse order
If you have a 22r carbed then all 22r carbed engines from 1981-1995 will interchange. You may need to use sensor out of your old engine however. The 20r,22r,22re,22ret all have the same mounts and tranny bolt patterns. how ever there are lot of differences. you can swap from a 22r to a 22re but you must also swap the entire vehical wiring harness to do it right. if you have a 3.0L i would keep the same engine. some people have swap to the tacoma 3.6L but that is a expensive swap not exsactly bolt on so to say. If you have a 22re then stay with the 1986-1987 22re because the newer 22re use different computers, electronics ,sensors and more.. Same story with the 22ret. I hoped this helped.