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You should be able to do it by Retaining the 99 accessories and drives and wiring connection. Anything that will not match on new engine needs to use parts from the old engine. Do not cut or splice any harnesses or connectors Or fuel lines for that matter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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