I have a 96 SL2, but im prty sure that they are the same. You should have the: 1.9L DOHC
I just did the engine in my 94 and wanted to do a 96 engine. The only computers that will be compatible in a 94 is a 91 0r 92.95 PCM Computer in a 94 Saturn S SeriesNo it is not compatible. The amount of teeth on the 94's timing wheel do not match what the PCM Computer is programmed for in the 95. It will run the engine, but it will always run lean and you will have a drastic reduction in horse power.
Is it same engine? are all sensors plugged in? Is there spark? Is there fuel pressure? Are fuses good? Is there injector pulse? Did you use the sensors for the 96, did the engine run in the 94?
Yes, although there are some differences. The 96 is OBDII so you will have to keep the ignition and throttle body from the 95. The 95 also has two temp sensors where the 96 only has one so you will have to do a little splicing there.
the 96 has a neutral safety switch on the side of the shift linkage, the 94 does not i know u cant put a 94 in a 96 but talk 2 a guy in fullsizechevy.com forum
94 + 96 = 190...
YES BUT. YOU SHOULD USE THE 1996 CRANKSHAFT AND THE 1996 INTAKE SO YOU NEED TO DISASEMBLE BOTH ENGINE TO DO ONE
It is: (94+96)/2 = 95
Not sure about the Corsica, but I know that there are unique differences in some of the parts between a 94 and 96 Grand Am. I was told by a salvage yard once, that the engine in a 96 Grand Am is different than that of any other Grand AM. To summarize, I was thinking of buying a used engine for my 96 and the salvage yard told me that the used engine would absolutely have to come out of another 96.
Around 94-96Around 94-96
I believe all 96 Caprice came with a lt1 engine. So if it the lt1, the stock hp would be 260. Same exact engine that is in the Impala SS for 94 95 96.
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay