Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Check with an auto parts store to see if both engines/vehicles use the same front end gasket/seal and/or motor mounts. im for real- just have autozone or whoever look up the part numbers for the mounts and fronnt end gasket/seal for both vehicles, and if they match, then it should be a go.
the front end gasket/seal is locaded between the engine and tranny, and if both models/engines use the same gasket/seal, then the trannys will match up perfectly.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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