would it fit??

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Asked by Jun 03, 2009 at 08:34 AM about the 2000 Saturn S-Series 3 Dr SC2 Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

I was wondering if a 98 saturn SL2 transmission would fit in to a 2000 SC2? or are they to different?  and how hard
is it to change?

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O and they are both auto!

15

The same transmissions were used throughout the entire run of the S-Series cars with some variations in gear ratios and such. It'll fit.

5

The only differences between the automatic transmissions are the Servo's. The resistance of these servo's changes throughout the years. But I would be sure that these are the same resistance before you put it in or you risk burning up the PCM. If they aren't the same resistance then you can swap them out from the old transmission to the new one. Yes every transmission that saturn made for the S-Series will "fit" on your engine but if you have the wrong Servo's you'll be in trouble. Also, there are Two different automatic transmissions for the S-Series, the MP6 and the MP7, the MP7 is the performance model and usually comes with the "2" package.

15

how interesting. I had no idea about that servo stuff. Thanks for the info.

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