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ECM question

My ECM has been givin me issues so I'm in the market for a used one. My question is what all numbers on the ECM have to match?
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What year/engine/etc. is your truck?
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94 4.0 4x4 XLT auto
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I think that the LAG0 is this important part but there might be more to it.
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