Read back through your "performance problem posts".
Given the level of your knowledge, I'm not so sure your should attempt an engine swap such as this. I'm not saying you're incapable, just that this would be a lot more difficult than trying to fix a misfire.
It's not that hard, but not a direct swap in (electronically).
Do a search for more info.♠
Not, about the misfire you experience. Does this still hold true:
If yes, have you tried replacing the EST module?Originally Posted by flattopwill
Seems that if you unplug it and the issue goes away, that's a pretty good indication of where your problem may lie.....
Here's a littel info on codes related to ESC. Keep in mind, a module can fail and not set a code, the ECM is not always perfect....
Code 42 seems rather important to me as you once posted a code that seemed to be "222" by your description. Is it possible you had a code "42"? Check your ecm again and see if there is a stored code 42. If so, follow the code recommendations above.Originally Posted by gntype web site
Most importantly of all:
Stop throwing parts at it!
You're just going to end up broke......and still no truck. There's a logical sequence to desnagging these problems, this is step one.....