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Can a Ford Lighting motor fit into a 1996 Ford Bronco?

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2015-07-14 15:57:55
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YES, any motor will fit in any body. IF you are willing to do the work of changing all the accessories. The computer, wiring harness, exhaust,ect. call Ford and ask them.

yes a ford bronco can have a lighting motor. it just takes alot of new parts and time.

well it depends on what year of the lightnings, if you want the 1st gen which had the 5.8 in it its just an easy swap it will bolt right up with your stock tranny and mounts if you have the 5.0 or 5.8. the supercharged 5.4 will require the work. cpu, tranny, engine/tranny/fuel harnesses, crossmembers, etc..

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