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> Late 4g64 Sohc Into 1995 L300 Van?
post Jan 15 2013, 04:22 AM
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I have a 1995 L300 Sportpac SWB Van with a 2.4 16V SOHC 4G64 5 speed manual that is starting to smoke a bit and use oil. Apparently there is a late model version of the 4G64 that came out about 2005 that has a black rocker cover and coil pack ignition. Can anybody tell me if these motors are a direct bolt-in to the earlier van? I am intrigued with the idea of picking one of these (low mileage) motors up and installing in my van. Has anybody done this conversion?
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post Jan 15 2013, 04:40 AM
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I've not done the conversion but it would be best to just measure across the rear of the engine on yours between the 2 top bolts to confirm they are both the same width. Then you would have to check the cranks but they should be the same if there both 2.4l.
Would be a nice conversion but the electrics would also have to be modified.
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