Can i put a 2.9 v6 out of a 1989 ford ranger in my 1988 ford ranger that had a 2.3

Asked by Sep 18, 2012 at 02:33 PM about the Ford Ranger

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I believe so, you would have to change the PCM and the main engine wiring harness for sure and possibly some other minor things (i.e. starter, alternator, etc.).

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