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Not without a lot of magic. Presuming you can find a diesel engine that will physically fit (with an adapter plate) you have one big challenge that most people miss. Diesel engines run at lower RPMs than gas engines so you'll be a real toad on the highway if you do manage to get it all to work. Besides that the computer is going to be grumpy about it. Fooling it with fake sensory input might work, but this is no simple project and I think you'll be disappointed with the results. If you REALLY want to do this, think about finding an entire engine, transaxle and everything to the hubs from a donor vehicle.
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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