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Thanks! Is the sensor in the block or pan?Interesting if they had the port for the sensor on pre obdII blocks, or pans for that matter. Unless the 1fzfe was obdII in other markets prior to US?crank sensor is for obdII.
your 94 is obdI so has no crank sensor.
My build date is 11/94 so maybe they had already switched over to the newer pans? I do have pair valve. I know very little about the history of my LC, I’ve owned it for a year but really only started looking into it this past Nov/Dec. any other features or signs to tell if motor has been swapped?Do you know the history of the truck ? Unless they started using the 95+ oil pan in late 94 or something, I'm thinking there is a good possibility you have a newer engine swapped in. Or at least a newer oil pan. Do you still have the PAIR valve ?
Good news is that you are one step closer to an OBD2 swap if you ever want to go turbo.
Could be wrong, but I believe the 1FZFE was OBD1 into the 2000's in other countries.Thanks! Is the sensor in the block or pan?Interesting if they had the port for the sensor on pre obdII blocks, or pans for that matter. Unless the 1fzfe was obdII in other markets prior to US?
Absolutely! I’m a member/ex user of several other vehicle forums and none of them hold a candle to MUD in terms of knowledge and experience!Love this. You 80 wizards are awesome. I know if I’ve got 1 bar of cell service y’all are just one post away from helping the helpless (me)….