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Old 05-24-2004, 08:53 PM   #1
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Well, my uncle confirmed that I spun a bearing so I decided Ill just pick up a used longblock. Searching the local salvage yards I found I could get a Series II L67 cheaper with less miles than a Sereis I L67. So my question is, what would be involved in swapping a Series I for Series II?
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Full PCM, harness. To keep your tranny, you'll need to get a 96 computer i believe.... Otherwise you'll need the 4t-65e because of the computer.
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but the tranny will bolt up?
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Umm, I was under the understanding that PCM and ECU were basically the same thing, just ford used one name and gm used the other? Please correct me if I am wrong
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They bolt up, ECU PCM, PCU whatever you want to call it.
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Okay, And how hard is it to work with the engine harness? Has anyone on this forum done a Series 1 to Series 2 swap, and at what difficulty level am I looking at? Also what kind of problems would I be looking to overcome.
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