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Old 09-23-2009, 15:51   #1 (permalink)
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94 Lincoln Mark VIII DOHC 4.6 into a 99 Crown Vic? Possible?

i work at a local salvage yard. we bought a 94 Mark VIII. it runs great and idles fine. looks good and everything. i have a 99 Crown Vic P71 police package. i want the DOHC motor. Can this be done without a lot of work? if it can than i will do it, but if it takes way too much than i wont. Any input anyone has about this would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: 94 Lincoln Mark VIII DOHC 4.6 into a 99 Crown Vic? Possible?

I have never done it but someone here should have an idea. I would guess you'd have to change all the electronics too. The Mark has 2 separate coils and the P71 has one for each cylinder. I don't know if the P71 items could be installed on it.
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Dual cam motor swap

I work at a junkyard and we got a 97 Lincoln Mark VIII. It runs and drives. Nothing wrong with the motor. I have a 99 Crown Vic P71. I want to do the motor swap. I heard from a Mark VIII guy that my trans will bolt up to this motor. Will it? What all am i gonna have to swap over so this will work? Thanks in advance for all help.
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Merged due to similarity with previous thread. It all depends on wether your state has yearly emissions testing. If it does, then it's a no-go. Some states allow it, only if the engine installed is a newer model year. You'll at least need the engine wiring and PCM. The rest is up to you to figure out.
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Re: Dual cam motor swap

well i live in florida so we dont have any emissions. and its a newer style 4.6 so it has the coil on plug instead of 2 coil packs. i just mainly wanna know if there are any tricks to this to make it as easy as possible.
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