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Install 4.0 Ford in a Bronco II

Has anyone done this? Any tips for me. What tranny was used etc etc etc......

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If the Bll had the 2.8 or 2.9 the 4.0 swap is a bolt in swap. You can use the same tranny(TK-4,5, FM-145, FM-146, A4LD auto or the M5OD)
You will need the engine wiring harness and computer for the 4.0. TheRangerStation.com has a complete write up on the swap in their Tech Library. It is also a very good site for any prolems with your Ranger, Bll or Explorer.

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