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If the yellow check engine light does not come on when the key is turned to the on position and the engine will not start, there are only 2 things that can cause this.
The first and most common is the engine ECM is not getting the correct power and ground to function. The ECM should have power on pins 52, 53, and 70 of the rear most ECM connector. This is the truck side harness connector. 70 is the key switch wire. The grounds are on pins 65 and 67. You can remove the connector and check for power on these pins. If you do not have power on these pins, you most likely have a blown fuse in the electrical system. I would check all fuses first.
If you do have correct power and ground to the ECM, you most likely have a failed ECM. I have seen this many times over the years. To confirm the ECM is bad, you would need to install a known good ECM on the engine or you can take the ECM to the dealer to be tested. Unfortunately the ECM cannot be repaired. Replacement is the only option. I am sorry. I wish I had better news.
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Yes it should. If you can get the the engine serial numbers off both engines in an confirm.
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As long as they are both 3126B engines. Or both 3126E engines. It will work. You just can't mix a 3126B with a 3136E.
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