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Need 95 v6 motor

I need a 95 3.8 mustang motor.
It needs to have under 100,00 miles on it.

LET ME KNOW IF ANY ONE HAS ONE FOR SALE

Preferably in NY
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Alright any state I need a engine.
LET ME KNOW IF ANY ONE HAS ONE OF EVEN IF YOU FIND ONE ON A DIFFERENT SITE THANKS ALOT.

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Alright any state I need a engine.
LET ME KNOW IF ANY ONE HAS ONE OF EVEN IF YOU FIND ONE ON A DIFFERENT SITE THANKS ALOT.
Forget the 95 - pick up a 2002+. it's sturdier, has a lot more power, and you won't have to worry about head gaskets anymore.

try e-bay, a salvage yard, or mustang parts specialities.

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Will a 02 v6 fit in a 95 v6????
Can you swap them, if so what modifications will I need to make???

let me know quick thanks
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Will a 02 v6 fit in a 95 v6????
Can you swap them, if so what modifications will I need to make???

let me know quick thanks
yes, they're basically the same engine, everything from the 02 will bolt on to the 95, even the 80s blocks.

the 02 has better heads, better crank, windage tray, intake, etc.

The only thing you'll need is a computer update. The same computer can run the engine, but it will need to know the new parameters, rpm limit, etc. You'll have to update the PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System when you update the computer.

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Wait wont the computer on the motor from the 2002 work fine???
And how do you update the antitheft???
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Wait wont the computer on the motor from the 2002 work fine???
And how do you update the antitheft???
yeah, but that will cost you extra.

PATS can only be done by the dealership.

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I dont need the pats anymore do I.
Will the computer in the 95 work, how do you update that???
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I dont need the pats anymore do I.
Will the computer in the 95 work, how do you update that???
yes it will work -it's the same basic engine.

The PATS won't allow the car to start unless it gets the correct code from the engine.

Go to RPM-Mustangs.com, they have a conversion kit.

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I can't find the conversion kit on their site, do they still make it?
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