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A little sensitive are we?
For starters, it should be a front drive unit.
The engines have been improved over the years and parts changed.
And the horse power went up.
Around 95/96 or so, they added a cam position sensor and coil packs.
Horsepower was gradually improved with the years. somewhere late
90's they changed the intake Plenum too.
My guess is he has the the newer vulcan with the changed intake plenum.
A junkyard with a Hollander book would know the specifics.
3.0's (non duratec) are relatively cheap to find used. There are always
some on Ebay. Its probably not worth rebuilding one for what you can
get a used one for. And they usually outlast the car there in.
My 93 has over 200K on it now. As far as i can tell, 98 and 99 should
be the same. Anything else might work with acessory swap if you do your
examples for reference:
Well, he did ask to be "pointed", he did not ask for the actual
information, and he will learn more about the Hollander interchange if
he works on the site himself to get the specific information required.
He's too bashful to tell us the reason for his quest, as someone else
inquired about, so without specifics I won't offer a concrete answer.
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