Does a Pontiac grand am 1998 and a 2001 have the same engine

Asked by Mar 07, 2014 at 10:47 PM

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There are multiple engine sizes for both years of the car. The body style changed for '99. The only engine that was used in both is the 2.4 Twin Cam. How ever the 3100 and the 3400 are interchangable with minimal work. All other engines are not interchangable.

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