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Should bolt in, depending on size of the motor if it's the same 3.8, or 4.0 (6 cylinder) or four cylinder. The problem with using a different size is wire harness, exhaust and the peripherals. But 86 to 90 didn't change very much it's after 93 that Ford made a lot of changes. Hope this helps...
Sounds like you just aquired this vehicle. If you have, and everything electrical is working you are good to go. When a vehicle is built they equip it with stub outs to connect optional equipment from the factory. That way the dealer can add the appropriate wire loom to the optional equipment at a later date if the customer so requests. They build the wire loom to be able to accept a tachometer, analog gages, or other optional equipment. By doing this all the extra plug in points are there to utilize according to the build sheet so no splicing is needed. I hope this helps you. If not please seek this site out for further help if needed. We are always here and glad to help you.
ok what you want to do is take out your battery bring it to an autozone theyll put a load on it and tell you if you have a bad cell in your battery,and have to replace it if its ok its the starter dragging and need a new starter