you can use any twin cam motor from 1992 to 2002, assuming you use your original intake manifold. it will bolt up to any of the twin cam motors. the only problem you might run into is your vehicle uses two coolant sensors, newer motors, 96 and up, only use one. the solution is simple though. the spot where your second sensor mounted into, is cast over in the newer heads. you will need to drill a hole, and tap it to fit your sensor. I've also seen some people place the sensor between the oil dipstick tube and engine block, not recommended by any means, but it does work. you will also need to switch over all your sensors. Crankshaft, Knock, Oil pressure, purge solonoid if you use a newer engine. Also 1992 to 1994 use non-electronic EGR. In order to use these motors you have to use a 1994 California Emissions EGR adapter. This is used to be availble from Saturn but is no longer. You can find them at junkyards if your lucky. Otherwise you can make your own, it involves making a base pate and welding a tube to another base plate to adapt the bolt pattern.
You will also need new exhuast manifolds and downpipe for '99 engines or later. Its easiest to get a '94-'97 for plug and play operation. As said you will need a EGR adapter for '96 and up.
1995-2006 will interchange.2007-2012 will interchange.1995-2006 will interchange.2007-2012 will interchange.
1995-2006 will interchange.2007-2012 will interchange
what engine will interchange with a 1997 kawasaki vulcan 1500
1993-1994-1995 should interchange.
1996 Stratus will interchange, plus others.
The car engine motor mount holes in the block are in a different place then the truck engines. The engines themselves look the same but they are different. They will NOT interchange SORRY.
1994 and 1995
Depends on the year, engine, and tranny type. Not all with interchange
No. 1995 was a transition year from the 93-94 OBD1 to the 96 and up OBD-2.
The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.
GMC Sonoma around 1991 - 1998 Ish,
The Sega Saturn was released on November 22, 1994 in japan, May 11, 1995 in North America, and July 8, 1995 in Europe.
No 1995 was a transition year from the 1993-1994 OBD-1 to the 1996 and up OBD2. A 4L60E out of a 1995 has to be in another 1995.
NO it will not. The 96 and 97 year transmissions are DIFFERENT then 1992--1995 and then from 1998 to 1999. If it is a 1996 are 1997 year then The ONLY ones that will interchange is a 96 and 97 no other ones will fit those 2 years.
1995-1997 Cavaliers and Sunfires used 2 different engines, the 2.2L OHV and the 2.3/2.4L Twin Cam. I believe that the 2.4L engine went unchanged until both engines were dropped in favor of the new ECOTEC powerplant, but in 1998 the 2.2 was revised to become the 2200. So, if you have a 2.2, which I assume because of the SE trim package, then you would need to find one from a J-Body (Cavalier or Sunfire) from 1995-1997.
That engine was produced from 1987-1999
From 88 to 99 will interchange.
1995-1996: Base; 6Cyl 3.8L GAS This might work but the part is $230.
96-99 dodge neon dohc and 1995 fits by changing upper intake
1988 to 1995 are the same engines. They will all be a direct bolt in.
No it will not. Reason is that in late 1999 chevy REDESIGNED all the engines and transmissions. NOTHING over the year of late month 1999 will interchange with anything under the year of late 1999. These are the years that you will need to find and that will work in that truck. 1993,94,95,98, and early 1999 4L60E transmission if it is a 1/2 ton and the 4L80E if it is the 3/4 ton. All those years will interchange. The 96 and 97 years will NOT work.
what motors interchange with a 1996 Nissan 200sx 2.0