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I need to put a 1998 sunifre motor into a 1994 gmc sonoma....its looks like timing chain and the sensors are different ont the left side of the motor from facing the front...what to do>?

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If your putting a FWD engine into a RWD veh. good luck it ain't gonna happen.

block castings a different

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