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Again, all depending on how that engine conversion was made and the knowledge and tooling of the different shops you have gone to, it could be an uphill battle.
Since the car is pre OBD2 emission standard (1996 and up) and if you went to a general shop that does not have the Tech 2 scantool with the 10 pin adapter (or know where to look for the diagnostic socket), they might dismiss it as "can't read the codes".
To make matters worse, your 1995 9000 was a one year only that used only one 10 pin connector, hidden under passenger seat, for all diagnostic readings.
1994 and older 9000 used 2 10 pin connectors hidden under passenger seat, one for drive train diagnostics and one for body related issues.
So it very much comes down to how that person or shop tied in the 1994 4 cyl engine management harness into the existing 1995 V6 wire harness.
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