yes the engine will bolt right up.
on the oil pan which is attached to the engine. do not mistake the transmission for the engine. on the oil pan which is attached to the engine underneath the car. do not mistake the transmission for the engine.
Attached to back of engine block.
No, the tranny has to be out of a olds, Pontiac, or Buick to bolt up to a Pontiac engine.
Not very likely, as there is no such thing as a 2005 Pontiac Trans Am.
In the center rear of engine.
the dipstick of the transmission
First pop the hood of the car. Then look at engine and look to the right of the engine and it is the huge piece of metal attached to the engine. That is the transmission.
engine without transmission is 150kg depending on which accessories are attached.
Pontiac didn't make a 307. If it's an Olds 307, you need an adapter or a BOP transmission.
As long as it has a Buick/Olds/Pontiac bolt pattern on it, it will fit!
Its the transmission dip stick tube is how you add transmission fluid.
It is between the engine and transmission. It is closer to the driver side, under the engine.
2007 Pontiac G6 recall and problem including engine, transmission, brakes, shock & struts.
because of transmission failure
Attached to the engine-right behind it.
it has 4 mounts , 2 engine mounts, and 2 transmission mount
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Depends on what engine (V6? V8?), transmission, gearing, etc...
No such engine as a Pontiac 400 Big Block. The back of the Pontiac engine block has a different bell-housing bolt pattern than the Chevrolet. Pontiac and Olds bell-housing bolt pattern match. Chevrolet and Buick match. Unless you have a dual bolt pattern transmission (GM did make them) the Pontiac engine won't bolt up to the the Chevrolet transmission.
Yes It would if its 2.3L engine size. Also, fits Oldsmobile Achieva of same year. Thanks
it is a manual transmission