In my opinion I would answer yes, bcuz I have done this kind of work, although in other vehicles, I hav been working on a 91 colt. But I always consult a shop where most of this type work is performed, especially on any major job. There are certians minor things to consider. Also, you have not specified if your'e doing the work yourself. If it is at a shop, they will know more precisely.
Not nessesarily. Mitsubishi changed the orientation of the engine at one point so that it's "reversed." Check the orientations of the different models you're looking at swapping from/to.
Actually I have a 1995 summit which are the same, my parts car is a 1994 and there are nemerous parts that are slightly different and non-compatable. for the most part it should bolt right in.
You cannot put any engine in this vehicle without modifications except the original engine that came in the truck. There is room for any small block V8 but you will have to make modifications.
Fit, maybe. Work without extensive modifications, no.Fit, maybe. Work without extensive modifications, no.
yes a 92 2.3 will fit in a 94 without modifications
Not without major modifications. The under hood area is probably not big enough.Not without major modifications. The under hood area is probably not big enough.
No, it will not fit without major modifications.
not without major modifications
No, only an Honda Civic engine will bolt up without major modifications.
Not without major modifications.
Not with out major modifications.Not with out major modifications.
No,not without some mods.They would be considered minor by most back yard mechanics.
A V engine has opposing cylinders. It cannot have an odd # of cylinders. If you mean an inline 5 from a Colorado maybe. But not without a lot of modifications
Depends on the motorycle, number of cyclinders, idle speed, engine modifications, exhaust modifications, intake modifications etc... not much
Not without major modifications. Totally different engines, as the Geo engine is a Toyota.
Not without major modifications
89 to 99, 5.7, is the same. Anything else would require major modifications, and cause problems with your local smog laws.
That is the biggest engine that fits without major modifications.
Yes but not without many modifications and major re-engineering. Cost effectively or by everyday lay persons, the answer is no. It simply is not practical.
Not without major modifications to the wiring, transmission, cooling, computers, etc. It is not a direct drop in or bolt up.
3 to 25 hp depending on engine modifications
not without heavy modifications as like taking out both inner wheelwells, hood and air conditioning blower boxes. you have to install a modified hood to fit over the engine
I don't know why you would want to because the vg30dett is a better engine anyways, but no, not without some Major modifications, plus a new transmission, drive shaft and rear differential.
biggest engine to fit is a 1.8 k series engine,no body modifications needed.
It should with lots modifications