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Want swap out a trans. from a 1990 f-150 to a 1992 f-150 the 90 has 2 D on column the 92 has push botton on shift lever to shut off overdrive are they compatible the vin # for the 1990 is 1FTEF14N1LPA17546 the vin#on the 1992 is 1FTEF14N7NPA51865

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Hi! Yes they can be swapped. Overdrive wont be a problem, just as long as the harness will match. If they wont match then just rewire it for it to work properly. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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