Swap 1993 engine to 2002 Grand Am

Asked by Oct 02, 2016 at 09:14 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: General

Piston Slap very noisy in 2002 Grand Am but
has very good body. My 1993 Grand Am
runs very well but in bad body shape. Can I
switch the engines and is it worth to do so?  
Sorry not sure of trim but engine is v6 3.3.
Thanks for advice.

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lotsa "good bodies" going to the junkyard these days- 'cause they are not worth repairing- accept the inevitable- if this seems harsh, hey, I didn't make it this way- all you can do is buy a classic that is worth rebuilding-

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