To get a 400 Pontiac Motor in 1979, you had to also get the 4 speed. Pontiac last manufactured 400 motors in 1978 but saved some from 1978 for use in the 1979 model. Those motors were used in the 1979 4 speed cars only. 1979 Automatics had the Oldsmobile 403. You could also get a turbo version too. All of which could come with auto trans. I worked on many of these at the Pontiac dealer.
yes if you have the Oldsmobile motor mounts. If you are asking if engine parts will interchange....Absolutely not.
I would bet no, it did not. The 1973 Oldsmobile engine was painted gold and the Pontiac engine was not.
NO. 403 is an Oldsmobile engine 400 is Pontiac engine no it dows not i have a Pontiac 400. uses diff. parts not interchangeable.403 is Oldsmobile
No, they are not the same engine. The Oldsmobile 455 had a bore and stroke of: 4.126 X 4.25 The Pontiac 455 had a bore and stroke of: 4.152 X 4.21
As long as it has a Buick/Olds/Pontiac bolt pattern on it, it will fit!
yes if the engine and trans. are both Chevy or Buick or Oldsmobile Buick/Oldsmobile and Pontiac will inter change but Chevy has to go with Chevy
Yes It would if its 2.3L engine size. Also, fits Oldsmobile Achieva of same year. Thanks
Pontiac Firebird 2nd gen with Oldsmobile 403ci V8 engine
i wiil try to answear your question what 350 engine are you talking about 350 engine for Buick Oldsmobile Chevy and Pontiac will fit.
Pontiac did not make a 403 but offered a Oldsmobile 403 in the trans am, lots of work and modification to put in a 1988
Yes, Chevrolet, Pontiac, 3.1 Liters will work as they are the same engine.
In 1979 Pontiac did not make available any 455 (cubic inch) engine. The largest available was a 400 4bbl in the Pontiac Trans Am (220 net horsepower). Also the "rocket engine" description was only applicable to the Oldsmobile Division. The 455 Rocket Engine (Oldsmobile) was discontinued in 1977 where the largest engine was the 403 cubic inch Rocket Engine V8 rated at 185 net horsepower available on the 98 (a 350 cubic inch was standard) and the Toronado. It was also sold to the Buick division and available on the Riviera.
There is no such thing as a 1995 Pontiac engine. IIRC Pontiac engines were last used in Pontiac cars in 1988, and in GMC trucks in 1992. A 1995 Pontiac may have a Buick 3800 engine with the oil pressure sender screwed into the block just above the oil filter. You might have a Chevy or Oldsmobile engine..... but unless it's a V8 your oil pressure sender should be very near the oil filter.
only if the trans is from an olds, Buick or Pontiac engine. The bell housing bolt pattern from these engines is different from a chev block
Oldsmobile never made a 3.6L engine
There were 3 choices: the 3.8L V6 gas, the 5.0L V8 gas, and the 5.7L V8 diesel.
Most Buick, Olds, and Pontiac V8 transmissions will fit your 330 Olds, commonly called a BOP (buick olds pontiac) bellhousing pattern.
Not without a LOT of customization.
Not without an adapter plate. Chevrolet used one bellhousing pattern while Buick, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac all shared different one. Chevrolet and Buick shared one pattern. Oldsmobile and Pontiac shared another. There were some GM TH 350 transmissions made with dual bolt patterns.
either 170hp or 200-230hp depending on transmission and exuast choices.
There were 3 400 cid. options. First was a 180 h.p. 403 Oldsmobile, second was a 200 h.p. Pontiac 400, and the last was a 220 h.p. "WC" code Pontiac 400.
i think the GTO has the LS2 6.2 That depends on what your idea of a Pontiac engine is. The "New" Pontiac GTO was available with the 6.0 engine. If you are talking about a traditional Pontiac engine, the largest factory offered engine is the 455 from 1970-1976.
not if it is an Oldsmobile engine, Buick, Pontiac, and olds had the same bolt pattern in the 70's, different from Chevy
BOP stands for Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac. They all share the same rear of engine bolt pattern and the transmissions will interchange between those brands.
Yes, you didn't say which brand (Pontiac, buick, oldsmobile?) All are different but all have potential.