You cannot get a "New" engine, however you can get a remanufactured engine. They are available at most parts stores (Special order from their warehouse), or even on eBay sometimes, or you can go the expensive route and get one from a dealership. I have yet to see a "New" Wiring harness either. But replacements are easily found at any salvage yard. There are sites you can visit such as broncoii-ranger.com or therangerstation.com and people sometimes sell their extra parts of their parts cars.
engine will fit but you may have to change computer
YES, if you know what you are doing. You will need the complete engine and transmission wiring harness and computer plus the fuel pump for the 5.3L engine. The wiring harness and computer on the 97 will NOT work.
You will need a different trans, engine, radiator, wiring harness, computer, etc..
yes.you will need to change engine related wire harness and ecm
On newer fuel injected vehicles you will usually need a new wiring harness and engine computer to match the engine you are putting in. You will also need various sensors for the new engine such as mass airflow sensors and intake air temperature sensors.
Yes, it requires transmission, engine wiring harness and computer from donor car.
Engine wiring harness is primarily used to control fuel and ignition timing. Switches, sensors and actuators are also some of the other components that are related to vehicle engine control.
No you have to disconnect the wiring under the dash.
You can, as long as you change the complete wiring harness, Computer, Fuel pump with 1 that will operate the VORTEC engine.
It should bolt right in as the 3.4 is the same block as the 3.1 and as long as you have the wiring harness and computer your all set.
You can reset the 1997 Ford F1 50 pickup truck computer by removing the wiring harness from the computer. Keep the wiring harness disconnected for 30 seconds and then plug it back in.
You Either have a Broken wire or a bad connecion from your wiring harness to your ECU Recommend removing plug and testing wires for continuity and or voltage also check harness connection
The wiring harness to the Powertrain Control Module ( PCM ) can be seen from the engine compartment . Look at the firewall on the passenger side and you will see a wiring harness that is bolted to one end of the PCM , the rest of the PCM is " hidden " behind the glove compartment
yes, but you have to change the wiring harness to accept the engine, but yes, it can be done. If you do not have the right wiring harness, you would burn up the turbo
You can order a new engine wiring harness for a 92 Cavalier 3.1 at auto part stores. You can also check with a certified dealer.
pretty sure the police department will help you fine that wiring harness.
It is on the passengerside firewall. It connects to the wiring harness under the hood. You have to remove the glove compartment to get at it for replacement.
Not if the Monte originally had a 3.4. The computer, wiring harness and many of the sensors are engine specific.
If the motor is the same the wiring harness should fit. Only thing I would check is the sending units. As long as both vehicles have gauges or both have warning lights all should be fine.
At a recycling yard.
With the correct computer, wiring harness, mounts, attachments, etc.
there should be a sticker on the radio itself that tells you
This is not really an answer,but I have a problem with a wiring harness on my 93 caravan also. I have not gotten to the point of solving the problem, but was wondering if you got your problem solved and if you found a diagram and where did you get your wiring harness? Another searcher!!!!