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8-Cylinder Tech If you are one of the few with a V8 engine in your Ranger, or if you dream of a Ranger with a V8 engine, this is the sub-forum for you.

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Old 04-29-2007
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Icon5 v8 in a 95

ok i have swapped a 302 in a 87....it was hard...but not a big deal...now i might be able to swap one in a 95

going carbed and poin...why you ask...becouse that is what i want
any who...is there a way to fool the abs and the air bag to work with out the stock 3.0 in the truck?

also on a side note....i know about the whole emition testing crap and need somethin from that year or newer....i dont care....i aint a yuppy
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There may be somebody out there that can write up a new program for the computer....but hell I don't know about a OBD1 vehicle.
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who needs abs.. i havnt had it for like a year lol
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As long as you leave the factory ECM and wiring installed and running your ABS and Airbag will work fine.
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