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good afternoon has anybody tried to put in a 5 speed from a mazda with the starter on the opposite side got a 91 ranger with the typical ran low on fluid and stuck in 4th gear gee that sounds like its happend before anyway some one offered me this style common sense tells me not but any thoughts on this
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As far as I know all Lima engines(2.0l/2.3l/2.5l), 1984 to 2001 Rangers/Mazda B-2300, had starter on the same side, passenger side I think

Lima engine has a unique transmission bolt pattern, so trans from a 3.0l or 4.0l won't fit.
The Mazda M5OD-R1 trans has integrated bell housing so can''t be swapped between different engines

But if it fits and starter is on the other side then you could run a longer, and larger cable to it.
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