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No, that would never work. Nowadays, always use an engine from the same year, or you will run into all kinds of headache with electrical hook-ups and other modifications. Only engine of exact same size and same year-the engine computer is designed for that.
It is possible other years for a 1993 explorer might work, but not any engine manufactured after 1995. That's a whole different project. Any salvager could tell you which years interchange with the '93 model, but it's a small window. And if you change engine size, more modifications than you could imagine.
The engine will trade out the things you might want to do is take all the old top end parts like intake and fuel rails off and put it on the new engine u will use some of the sensors might have different plugs but you can interchange these sensors or wire plugs just watch all the things you put from one engine to the other the engine blocks are the same so the engine will interchange
I doubt it. Too much generational difference. Remember in 1996, the federally mandated OBD-II compliance standards went into effect-the new emissions requirements with On Board Diagnostics 2. (Before that, emissions and computerized controls were called OBD-I). Don't give up yet, though. Very possible the engine block and heads are interchangeable. Check with a salvager's interchange manual about that. If you are good on that, you could swap the other engine parts from the old engine (like, possibly the intake manifold) onto the '98 engine. Or, if you are just asking if some parts from the '98 engine will fit the '95, then, again, check an interchange manual.
No it will not, there are two transmissions availiable in both of those vehicles AX4S and AX4N.Both of these transmission had changes in 1997 that will keep them from retro fitting back.Also they will not interchange between each other because of different lengths and are wired differently.
No they are not compatible. They changed the crank between 95 and 96. I have a 96 that needed an engine swap and the dealer that I bought it from was paying for the engine, he bought a 95 engine and after a month of trying the mechanic said no way no how, the crank between the two is different.
any body parts from 1988-1998 will interchange.(except box parts stepside vs fleetside Grilles and head light/front signal lights differ from year to year but an newer grille can be put on an older truck as long as both trucks have the same headlights) As for the complete engine you can use any throttle body engine from another truck But you are best to keep the computer or at least the chip with the corresponding engine. the computer can be found behind the glove box. I believe the ones that will work with your 94 are 1988-1995 Hope this helps!
From 1990-1996 The C6 was replaced by the E4OD which was modified to include a fourth forward speed and electronic shift controls, replacing the hydraulic control mechanism of the C6.
The C6 works fine in your bronco.. Your friend will need a different transfer case!. i dont have the manual but this is my best guess. FOrd likes to make cars that have interchangeable parts. Like a 1999focus can interchange with 2007. as long as the liter and engine size are the same. In some cases. you will have to use different transfercase.
So you might be better off with a c6 transfer case or c4 for your friend.
Depends on what engine is in each of the vehicles. Assuming that the 1992 Park Avenue and 1995 Buick Century both had similiar engines (both being a V6), then they would both be equiped with the 4T60E transmission and you should have no problems interchanging them. Any differences (if any) in the wiring or valvebodies can easily be changed from one to the other and will be fairly self-explanatory.