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199 and a 2001 intrepid help

hello I currently have a 99 intrepid 3.2 es and I'm about to buy a parts car which is a 2001 2.7 my question will the ac compressor work from the 2001 to the 1999 intrepid?
and also will the axels and everything else fit onto the 99 intrepid thanx for any help
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I believe the 2.7 AC compressor has a different manifold plate on it vs the 3.2/3.5L. You could swap your original manifold plate though.

The axles are all the same for 1998-2004 for all engines with the exception of the 300m Special which had slightly thicker shafts but still interchange with all years/models/engines.

Nothing on the 2.7L engine other than the AC compressor will fit on your 3.2L engine.

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You will also have to swap the A/C pulleys or have napa do it.
The 2.7 pulley is multi-groove while the 3.2 is a single groove.
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Thank u for the reply 1 more question tho after I do the swaps can I just put it on my car or do I need to do anything else to it not sure if I need to have it evact
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Whenever I do this, I take it into the shop and have them do an evac and fill. The evac removes all of the air; then it is filled with refrigerant and oil. This has cost me around $120.

There are some do-it-yourself videos on YouTube but I've never done it myself.
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