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What year did they switch to obd2?

I'm looking into possibly trading my civic for a ranger and its a 95. Just wondering if that or 96 was the first year for obdII
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Most cars and light trucks became OBDII compliant in 1996 but 1995 was the first year for OBDII Rangers.
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Would a obdI motor work in an obdII trucks?
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What did I tell you last night lol, exactly what Bob just said.
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What did I tell you last night lol, exactly what Bob just said.
Whatever you f150 driver
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Would a obdI motor work in an obdII trucks?
yes it will, i bought what was said a 2.5l that turned out to be a 2-28-1996 engine, and im putting it in my 00 as we speak, i had to swap the engine harness for my original and change a couple of sensors and motor mounts. im installing the new clutch and timing belt tomorrow so ill let u know how it works when i put it in
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if your engine is a 2-28-96 it is definately a 2.3
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im actually having trouble wit the pilot bearing, seems when i try to put my allignment tool in its too tight, any ideas on what it could be?
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aight i finished my 2.5L to 96 2.3L swap...i had to change the upper IM and t-body, fuel rail, valve cover, exhaust manifold(one on 2.3L didnt have o2 bung), and motor mounts...and shes running great
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