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Switching 99 engine to o2 engine 5.9 cummins crank sensor not on 02 how to join common wire on cam sensor, mechanic says it can be done but can't find schematics

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    i made a mistake its an 01 motor not o2 i put the 01 motor in the 99 truck

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Email me at iambanshee74@yahoo.com and I will send you a service manual for the 02 model (from Chrysler not Haynes!!)

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