Q: Im putting in a2005 ford 4.2 in my 98 ford f150 do you see any problem

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Im putting a 2005 ford 4.2 in my 98 f150 do you see any problem

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hello. If you are using the base engine then you should be just fine. The intake and exhaust as well as the sensors will work different so all of that will need to be switched over.

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