changiny a 2005 pt chrysler engine into 2002 PT CHRYSLER car

Asked by Apr 18, 2012 at 09:44 PM about the Chrysler PT Cruiser

Question type: General

we put a 2005 pt chrysler engine into a 2002 pt chrysler car. we hooked it up with the 2002 computer in
which that doesn,t work. we have the computer from the 2005 but the plugs are different  what next

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Go find an engine from a 2002 model year. There were many changes made to the PT's engine management system, and electrical system between those years. Jus

5

Beginning in 2004 Chrysler changed the almost everything under the hood of PT Cruisers. I own two 2002 PT Cruisers and a 2004 PT Cruiser and they are completely different. You are going to need a older engine.

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