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Check your state rules. It may be against the law, and maybe against federal law, to put an older engine in a newer vehicle, due to emissions being higher, or unknown. If it's against federal law, it does not matter if your state has emissions testing or checks.
 

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Check your state rules. It may be against the law, and maybe against federal law, to put an older engine in a newer vehicle, due to emissions being higher, or unknown. If it's against federal law, it does not matter if your state has emissions testing or checks.

OP: Often, when doing such swaps, you can't use "everything" (like sensors, fuel systems, etc.); especially from the mid-90s when OBD and other electronics were in such flux. But, you can usually swap the long-block from the engines during this time. There are probably a lot more electronic sensors and control systems on the 99 than the 94 has, but the actual engine shouldn't have changed much as they are both "Magnums."
 
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