No, one car is OBD1 and one is OBD2, they will not work.
no, they are different setups completely
95 to 98 2.2 will all interchange
The ONLY 2 transmissions that can be used is a 1996 or 1997 4L60E tansmission if it is a 1/2 ton and the 4L80E transmission if it is a 3/4 ton
Most of the larger computerized salvage yards will have that info and can tell you if they are compatable.
i have a 1997 chevy cavalier the wipers and radio work when turn the key swich back
First place, 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive transmissions will NOT interchange they are different. There is only 2 years that will work in the 96 and that is a 96 and 97 4L60E 4-wheel drive transmission.
The temperature sending unit on a 96 cavalier is on the front of the engine. It is just to the left of the alternator.
where is 1996 cavalier convenience center
i don't see why not the 2.2 was used in 95 and 96 should fit right in
NO. The 96 and 97 transmissions are the only 2 that will bolt up right and they ONLY fit the 96 and 97 models. The starter and torque converter cover plus the transmission bell housing braces are different then all the other year transmissions. You MUST put a 96 or 97 year back in it.
There was a website that said it was underneath the cavalier.
no different transmissions different speed sensors different obd cant burn prom on cpu
9 to 1
in your car
The diagram for the 96 Cavalier horn placement can be found in the Cavalier service manual. The manual can be bought in most auto parts.
That would be the 4L60E
*96-98 Olds Achivea *96-01 Pontiac Grand Am *99-01 Olds Alero *96-01 Pontiac Sunfire *96-01 Chevy Malibu *96-? Buick Skylark *96-98 Olds Cutlass
gm says 96 and 97 are identical and can be changed back and forth
Which one? What are you having problems with?
It depends on the type of cavalier motor you have. If the 96 cavalier tranny has no dipstick then you will have to change the computer as well the 95. It's not worth it, find something in the 95,97,98,99,00 models.