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    '02 4.3/tranny in a '92 4dr?

    OK, so I'm starting to have a few "issues" with my motor, and I was thinking of doing a rebuild, swap, etc. I have a chance to pick up a 4.3, tranny, harness, comp, everything with very low miles at a very very low price. My question is where do I start??? This is my weak point, but I do have a few friends in the club that are very knowledgeable to help. My question is, will it work putting that new of a motor/tranny in my truck? Sorry if this is a dumb question.:0
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    Don't quote me on this but I do believe that the newer motor should just bolt right in. All the newer models have is vortec heads and EFI instead of tbi. Are they both 2wd?

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    Yes, they are both 2wd. My main concern was the electrical. How hard is it going to be to make it work?
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