Q: Q: What other cars could fit my engine?

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I got into a car crash and my truck is no longer fit to be fixed. The mileage is great but I need another body to put the engine in.

My car has 66000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The only other direct swap would be the 2003 Ford Ranger. That is what the interchange guide states. You may be able to use a different year Ranger or B2300 if you swap over everything but the block and head. The 2.3 was used in some front wheel drive cars, but the engine is tuned differently.

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