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will 1993 intake fit on 97?

I have a k&N i am wanting to trade for a stock intake...someone has a 93' will it fit my 97' and vice versus...
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i have the stock intake on my 96, but what engine do you have
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if you have the same engine like a 2.3 and a 2.3 then yes they will fit
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Didn't the intake setup change at some point? I think it was in 95 or 96.
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Didn't the intake setup change at some point? I think it was in 95 or 96.
ohh when they switched from OBD I to OBD II?
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ohh when they switched from OBD I to OBD II?
Possibly. I remember the early 90s trucks having a different intake setup. The opening was actually in the fender or something.
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i am pretty sure it changed in 95 or 96 but not sure
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well the way my intake was set up was the cone was bolted to the engine bay but it hand a snorkle going thru to behind the fender


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you are all the way in my home spomping ground..i grew up in rialto....I have a 2.3 but dont want to be without intake for a week while it ships
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dam, lets figure it out, i want a k&n intake lol
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ya thats way different than 94...it had a crappy square filter....it was impossible to change
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well what shall we do...i am sure you need yours as a DD right...
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