2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

The turn of the century brought a complete restyling to the 2000 Monte Carlo. Chevy seemed to miss its classic Monte Carlos, and the 2000 model featured ample "retro" styling. The vertical taillights returned, as did a stylized rear bumper and wheel flares.

Gone for 2000 was the Z34, and it was replaced by the return of the SS. The LS remained the base trim, though its engine got a bit of a boost; the 3.4-liter, 180-horsepower V6 had 20 horses more than the 1999 Monte. The standard engine for the SS was the 3.8-liter, 200-horsepower V6 formerly found in the Z34.

Drivers love the styling of the vehicle, especially the soft leather seats, yet there have been some maintenance issues, including clunking steering wheels and engine trouble.

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Front End Of Chevy Monte Carlo 2000

Was driving down road in front end locked up now it will not move what can be wrong with it

I Have A 2000 Monte Carlo With A 3.4 V6, Can I Swap It With A 1997 Monte Ca...

I have a 2000 monte carlo with a 3.4 v6 in it , i found a rather cheap 97 model with a 3.1 v6 in it and wondered if i could and how hard it would be to put the 3.1 in place of the 3.4?

2000 Monte Carlo 3.4

So I did a head gasket on my monte and I can't figure out where one wire connects to.it says ped 33 on the connector.I know where the rest go just one it's driving me nuts I'll upload a picture it'...

2000 Monte Carlo Ss 3800

Is it possible to carborate a 3800 in a 2000 Monte? Just curious

Transmission Help

How do I tell what transmission I need to replace the burnt out one I have in my 2000 Monte Carlo SS 3.8?