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Will 2003 4.0 fit in a 2000?

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by bluestream1, February 28, 2010.


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    1. bluestream1

      bluestream1 Active Member

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      I have a chance to buy a complete low miles 4.0 SOHC engine/transmission/transfer case for vey low dollars. If it will fit in my 2000, I will buy it for a spare.

      Any issues here?
       
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      From what I've read on the forum (but don't know first hand) only the long block on the engine will be the same. The intake manifold, throttle body, etc. will be entirely different. I believe the transmission/transfer case will be transferable. It sounds like an excellent opportunity. I'm in the process right now of pulling my engine to replace my timing chains.
       

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