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Is a 2001 dodge dakota with a 3.9L same as a 95 dodge ram 3.9L ?

My dakota is a 01 3.9L , I found a low milage 95 ram 3.9L are these motors the same ? will there be any issues installing older moter in a newer truck ? I planned on using my intake and all of my accessories from my dakota on the new motor . Any help would be appreciated .

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    Thanks for the help .

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I just did a swap on same truck same motor .as long as you change intake and accessories and motor mounts.and valve covers everything should be fine please rate this answer thanks.

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