I hae a 95 probe 2.0 I wan foo a klze engine swap. Do I need to change my computer as well

Asked by Feb 08, 2014 at 12:48 PM about the 1995 Ford Probe SE

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Yes I would say you do. The I-4 would have less components than the v-6. There is a slim chance that they used the same computer with different I/O and programming, but I don't know for sure. Choice one would be to swap the engine, wiring harness and motor as one unit. The second choice would be to jion a forum and get the ECM model and the wiring pin out for your car and the v-6. This would tell you if the units are close and how much re-wiring you wound need to do. Then there is the ECM. Can the '95 be programmed?

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