2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

After a complete redesign for 2000, the 2001 Monte Carlo featured a few changes, including standard traction control on all trims. The base engine on the LS was a 3.4-liter V6 rated at 180 horsepower, and the SS standard was a 3.8-liter V6 rated at 200 horsepower.

Fuel economy for both trims was good, with the LS getting 20/32 city/highway, and the LS only slightly worse at 20/29.

Drivers in general loved their cars, citing the powerful engine and optional luxuries, such as cushy leather seats. Many have said that as their cars age, the problems can increase exponentially, including gear shift problems and catalytic converter expirations.

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Transmission Swap

Would a transmission work from a 01 Monte Carlo in a grand Prix with the 3.8

Electrical

No tail light on either side do have brake light on both sides and turn signal on both sides work just no tail lights

Tail Light Not Working Have Break Lights And Turn Signal On Both Sides But ...

No tail light on either side have brake light on both sides also have turn signal on both sides just no tail fuses are good bulbs are good

Interchangeable Parts

Can I put a 2004 Monte Carlo exhaust/ muffler on my 2001 Monte Carlo? Is it interchangeable

2001 Monte Carlo Ss Trac Off Button

My car has a trac off button and I'm not sure what it is or what's it mean when should I have it on and when should I have it off