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Old 04-10-2010, 10:09 PM
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Cannibalize motor - What to keep/forget, high dollar parts?

I am going to Cannibalize a 01 motor. What is the very most likely to go bad by way of sensors or parts on my currently nice running 02 motor that I should tear off the donor to be used for back-up parts down the road? Things other than long block related.

If something rarely goes bad on one of these, I don't want to take it. Just the stuff that craps out a lot (like the CPS).

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pull the motor and stick it on a pallet in your garage..
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pull the motor and stick it on a pallet in your garage..

i agree, thats what id do......get the harnesses too
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Old 04-11-2010, 04:28 PM
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Already pulled the motor, going overseas for long tour and will not have option to keep whole engine. I will have my rig with me, so I want to take anything that is common to fail (want back-up parts).

Looking for list of best parts to yank (not parts that wear out like water pump)

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