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Motor Swap from Flex Fuel 3.0 to Non Flex Fuel Motor?

Hey, all ... Newbie here.. short and sweet ... son blew up his 3.0 ff Ranger motor .. found one on Craigslist. said it came out of a 98 van.. non Flex Fuel.. does anyone know if this will work or cause problems for me .. I have been given lots of different answers. Dealer hasn't the slighted clue. if there is any more info I need to add to answer this .. please let me know I will post asap .. thanks in advance for all the help. Jeremy
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