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Old 05-07-2009, 12:22   #1 (permalink)
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fiesta engine swap 1.25 zetec s with a 1.6 zetec se

i blew my 1.25 engine within a few months now i want some more power. i have a 1.6 engine ready to buy with the gearbox but i want to know how to make it work. its running perfect in the car that its in but i want to know how to swap the ecu and every thing or would i have to change all my locks and wiring loom or is it easier than than that will it just clip in, bolt the engine in and fire up fine. any info would be greatly appreciated and 1 more thing where do i find the ecu!! my fiesta is a 5 door mk4 1998. the engine i want to get is mk5 2002 i think. cheers in advance
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