'94 Mazda B2300 base 2.3L Interchangable parts

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    Can anyone tell me which Ford or Mazda vehicles have parts interchangeable with my '94 B2300 base 2.3L or provide a link to that kind of info? Trying to do some mechanical restoration work and plan to use parts from the local scrap yards. Thanks in advance.
     
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    I know almost all parts from the ranger will swap..just do not know what years from .body style change in 98 i think.
     
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    I know nuthhhhing, about Mazda but, that is good to know about the Rangers.
     
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    Sorry for the delay.......been busy replacing all the cooling system and power steering components as well as the heater blower motor and resistor with new. And while the alternator was easily accessible its brushes got changed, too. Wanted to change the heater blender door but unable to figure out how to gain access to it after dropping the glove box and disconnecting the vacuum pump that I'll take up in a new thread. Back on topic........thanks for the reply and, without verifying accuracy, Auto Zone website has a list of vehicles under their "vehicle fitment" tab that I plan to use before my next trip to scrap yard for a particular part/s.
     

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