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Reuse your sensors and you will be good. The front coolant temp sensor went away at some point, but you can drill and tap the thermostat housing to re-add it.

He is correct on the change in the temp sensor. It moved from the rear of the head on older models to the thermostat housing. You can plug the head and install a newer style housing (that’s what Chrysler did anyways). Only other difference you might run into is oil pan and oil pump pickup, or motor mounts could be different. All easily fixed with junkyard parts though
 

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He is correct on the change in the temp sensor. It moved from the rear of the head on older models to the thermostat housing. You can plug the head and install a newer style housing (that’s what Chrysler did anyways). Only other difference you might run into is oil pan and oil pump pickup, or motor mounts could be different. All easily fixed with junkyard parts though
i have the temp sensor on the front.....and its a 92.....so did it change from that???
 
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