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Can the engine from a 1995 Ford Escort 1.9 be swapped into a 1999 2.0?

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2006-04-25 21:05:12

It will work if you don't mind changing over the ecm and wiring harness from the donor. The 97 and up motors are split port design with a different intake and fuel management system. The head will also not swap over because of the oil and coolant ports.

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