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Can you install a 86 Chevy motor into a 94 Chevy truck?

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2012-01-11 19:36:02
2012-01-11 19:36:02

Yes it will fit but here's the problem.

The transmission in the 94 is computer / electronic controlled and it must have all the engine sensors that the 94 engine has to shift right. You would also have to install a fuel pressure regulator to lower the fuel pressure.

The 86 engine is NOT a computer controlled engine.

You need to install a 1988 through 1995 engine in that truck so you won't have any problems. Then you will be done with it.

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