If you got all the parts for the power windows then yes, the harness will plug in and it will work once you have a dealer update the sales codes and perform what is called a restore configuration.
Basically, any change that you make to this vehicle, you are going to have to have the sales codes changed so that all these components are sure to work.
The vehicle will not know how to send power to the power window switches, motor, regulator unless you tell it that it has these parts.
So that means you need the sales codes added for these types of options.
You will not need to change it for the drive train components. Just the interior functions that you are trying to add.
The only other way that this would work without sales codes is to get the control modules like the TIPM out of a vehicle that already has these options.
On these older vehicles you can use a module out of another vehicle even though the VIN has to be programmed into it. Once the VIN is programmed in, then it will operate as that VIN is equipped but you can't change the VIN in the modules.
So, this means you are going to need the PCM out of the vehicle that you take the motor so that it knows how to operate it properly.
Lastly, I am sure you will need the engine harness as the sensors are going to be different between engines. You are correct that the 2.4L non turbo engine does not like the additional pressure, and you will most likely have head gasket failures. The reason the smaller engines are able to operate with the turbo is they were built for it and are able to handle the boost. When you are adding a turbo or blower to an engine, you need to upgrade other parts as well so that it can handle the additional pressure.
Hopefully, this helps. Let me know if you have other questions.
Sunday, May 29th, 2022 AT 9:12 PM