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Can you put plug an plug wires off Chevy 350 carbarated motor on a 97 Chevy 350 vortec fuel injected motor?

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2012-01-13 15:54:17
2012-01-13 15:54:17

No. the plug wires are made different and the spark plugs ae NOT the correct heat range.

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