Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
It might actually bolt in if it the same engine but the 1995 and earlier cars used OBD1 (diagnostics) 1996 and later cars use OBD 2 (diagnostics) you would have to transplant complete wiring harness and every sensor related to the harness and computer from donor car. this would be very time consuming if it is possible may be labor and money than its worth. hope this answers your question
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