Engine swap

Asked by Mar 05, 2017 at 11:32 PM about the 1998 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL1 Sedan

Question type: Car Customization

Alright I have a 1998 Saturn that had a 1.9 sohc in
it, does anyone know if a 1995 Pontiac grand am
2.3 will fit? And what all would I have to modify?

3 Answers

1,405

Good question I have no idea but it sounds like you have to get with a mechanic on that That's in the know or check with the Saturn Forum they probably have done it before?

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So far I haven't seen anything about someone doing it that kind of why I'm attempting it. But after looking at a few things on the cars I'm going to have to swap the Transmission with it because the grand am starter is set in a different spot than the Saturn one. I mean I know I can do it but its going to be a long process. Just would have liked to keep my 5 speed Trans.

1,405

Yeah I hear you dude you want more out of it and some of the Saturn's are kind of like don't give you as much but you can check the website called saturnalia they're pretty good they may be able to give you a few pointers

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