• It "can" be done since this vehicle was offered with a diesel anyway. Front suspension is usually beefier on the diesel trucks to hold the heavier engine so it needs to be upgraded. Wiring harness will have to be changed. On board computer will need to be replaced also. There is lots more, but the general idea is, your better off trading the truck in on a diesel if you really want one. With diesel fuel being about 40 cents a gallon higher than gas, I would have to wonder why you want to do this. The diesel gets a little better mileage, but the cost per mile works out the same.

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