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Icon5 1999 Ranger 3.0Lv6 flex fuel engine locked up...

My 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0L v6 flex fuel engine just locked up on me... I've been looking for the same type of engine to do a clean swap but haven't found any around me for a decent price... I found an engine from a 2002 Ford Ranger 3.0 flex as well but wasn't sure if it would fit my '99. Can anyone tell me if it will? If so, would it be a clean swap or would I have to change anything else? If not, what other engines would fit without having to do too much extra work? Also, my truck is 4x4 and automatic.
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