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2008 V6 motor into a 1999 Flex Fuel Ranger

I have a 5-speed 1999 Flex Fuel Range with head problems. I would like to know if I could direct swap a 2008 3.0L 5-speed manual ranger engine/transmisson assembly in with no problems and keep the same wire harness, etc. How difficult would it be to do the swap?
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Im not sure if anything has changed over the years other than the flex fuel stuff. I would guess that you would need to swap all electronics and accessories off the old to the new.
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