It should be pointed out, that with the extensive electronics and how Chrysler has made access to them proprietary, swapping engines is NOT as simple as one might imagine.
Someone has done a retrofit of QDII to a QTII Commander on this forum, I would have thought the same thing would apply. BUT, if I remember his posts correctly, that although getting the electronics configured was a PIA, it was still doable and NOT prohibitive.
So, we really don't know, but it is something you should research and figure out before starting such a project, the retrofit of the electronic controls and then having to go through everything you'll need to have the dealer be able to configure the electronics for you, could make it impractical, if NOT, near impossible to do.
But, as far as I know, other than an engine swap, if you want a diesel Commander, you're going to have to find one overseas and go through the legal hassle of importing it personally. They did NOT make or sell any domestic diesel commanders.
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