Chevy Cavalier Z24

Will an engine from a 1987 Z24 Cavalier automatic work in a 1989 Z24 Cavalier V6 stick?

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2008-09-20 13:52:00
2008-09-20 13:52:00

Yes. They are the same from 1987 until 1990

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