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Will a 2000 Ford 3.8 Mustang engine fit into a 1994 Mustang with a 3.8L?


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2008-12-24 21:19:56
2008-12-24 21:19:56

sure it will. BUT, to make it work with MY'00 electronics, you'll need the computers, all sensors, the exhaust pipes ('00 cars have 4 O2 sensors), the fuel system, etc. if you need just the long block to replace your dead motor, use all the old systems on top. otherwise, unless you get a complete 'oo stang, it's going to be easier to swap in a 5.0. also if you use the the long block version it is great if you just want the same performance but in 98 ford changed the intake manifold and inproved horse power by 25hp so if you use the long block verion of this install you will lose the benifit of that improvement cause the 98 and newer is a diffrent from a 94 to 97 have fun but just wanted to let you be more informed ------------------------------------------------------- >sure it will. BUT, to make it work with MY'00 electronics, you'll need the computers, all sensors, the exhaust pipes ('00 cars have 4 O2 sensors), the fuel system, etc. All of that is plain wrong. Check the discussion area and the 3.8 board

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