Not without heavy modification. The '97s only had the 2.0 liter SOHC engine (same as most Neon's).
Had the same problem with my 1999 Breeze, all I had to do was spray the key 10w40.
My 1998 Breeze did that same thing within the first two years I had it. It ended up being the head gasket needing replaced.
yes, they are the same engine. however the neons changed the electrical connectors in 1997 so if your breeze is 97 or up then try to get a neon motor from 97 or up. if you cant, then you will have to change all the sensors.
A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.
it might just need to be reset Ihave the same problem with my breeze
Engine and trans out the botom at the same time.
I don't have a photo of where it is located but I once had a 1997 Dodge stratus, about the same car and the battery is located right in front of the front driver's side wheel.
if the engine is the same as you pulled out then yes it will fit there is a slight difference between engines if you pull a 2 0 replace it with the same if the engine is the same as you pulled out then yes it will fit there is a slight difference between engines if you pull a 2 0 replace it with the same
Radiator side of the engine, about the same height as the top of the oil pan.
You may want to check the throttle Position sensor. I had the same thing happen on a 1997 Breeze and eventually it failed to the point that it dumped a code for the Trottle Position Sensor. I changed that and all was fine.
I have noticed the same thing, and when looking through other sites, I came across someone who listed his complaints about the car and that was one. I think it's just the way they're made.
you need to replace the input and output speed sensors. same thing happened to my 99 breeze. cost about 20 dollars for each sensor.
had same problem; check switch on driver side ., if it operates the passenger side ok, then just replace the driver side window switch .. $20 part from the dealer.
Not sure if it is the same as the 2000 model, but if it is the engine freeze plugs are located under neath the engine. You can find them by getting under your car, and looking directly above the oil pan. They should be located on the engine block around this area.
i have the same car. open the hood and look on the bottom of it there should be a picture of the wire routing on it. there is on mine
If both have the same engine, yes.
no obviously not. its 2 different years
Im going through the same thing on my 96 Plymouth Breeze...Ends up my oil pan rusted through! Now I gotta find a way to get to the last screw that's buried. If your oil pan isn't rusted through, make sure your oil filter and the plug are tight.
If the same year range (1995-2000 or 2001-2005) yes. They are the same car.
Not sure if this is the same heater resistor but i had mine replaces and the mechanic went in through the glove box and changed it
Most Oldsmobile rims that have the same bolt pattern as the Chevrolet Corsica use a different size rim and tire. The only one that used the same size rim, with the same bolt pattern is the '92 and above Olds Achieva. Other vehicles you could try though are the '90-'96 & 2000 + Toyota Celica, '89-'91 Plymouth Acclaim, '96 Plymouth Breeze. and '95 and above Pontiac Sunfire, which should all have rims with the same bolt patter and size as your Corsica.
As Long as both vans have the same engine... If they are both 3.3l's then yes the 95 trans should bolt right into the 1997, they are both 41TE and even the 2007's are still using the same transmission they are basically the same but you have a bracket on the 1997 that is not on the 1995 it is right on top of the tranny. You can interchange a 1997 tranny with a 1995 van because the 1995 voyager dose not have the bracket and you just Egon the 3 bolt holes on top of the tranny. I just put a tyranny in my 95 Plymouth voyager that came out of a 1999.but I don't know about backwards because of the bracket on top. The 1997 and 1995 may have different sensors and plugs which are not interchangeable.
1997 wheels on 2000 silverado? the wheels are the same, drum or disc. /
The cig lighter fuse runs on the same fuses as the dome light and radio.