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Old 05-12-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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THE 2ZRFE engine swap thread - Just the facts

Here is the basic rundown of what is needed to do this swap:

2ZRFE engine
xD Engine Harness
ECM and Harness should be both from the same trans as the one you want to use, e.i. auto or manual
xD Alternator
xD A/C compressor
xD MAF sensor and intake - see intake section for better details
xD belt
xD exhaust - see exhaust section
Passenger side engine mount - Part number 12305-37091
(The engine side bracket is 12315-37040, but that should be on the used engine you get)
Mini Add-a-fuse - see wiring section
Or if you have ABS, then you can steal the speed signal from that, and then use the power supply that would have been for the speed sensor on the transmission.
Oil, filter, coolant, trans fluid.

That will be your basic needs. Most everything else like hoses, and radiator fill pipe can be modified.

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