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No it will not. Only a comparable engine from another mazda b2200 truck and I think the b2000 and possibly Miata, 2.2 engines were about the same from 1986-1993. You can pretty much count out just dropping in a motor from a different manufacturer for any make. Fords don't fit chevys, etc. etc., This would require you modify the entire drive train and quite possibly the electrical system, cooling system,etc. Definitely not worth the hassle involved.
if you are sure the filler tube going to the tank is not leaking you would have to remove the tank to see whats going on=gas fumes extreely tricky you will hear a kind of woshing sound before the explosion.if you cant be very careful or dont have a good knowledge of this kind of repair take it to a repair shop.
Fluctuating an high RPMs sounds like a leaking or missing vaccume hose to me, I had simmilar problem found open hole with hose off, replaced it now the RPMs are under 1000 again.
As for the stalling I also am having a simmilar problem, and am finding air in the fuel rail, I suspect the fuel pump is going.
I cant go more than a mile without problems.
I would check the ground wires and fuses. There could be a hairline crack which you can only see by a magnify glass. This hairline crack is enough to kill your gauge. Unfortunately you will have to pull the dash out to get to the cluster of gauges