Alright, so i have trying to figure out something i can not find out, i want to know if my 2m4 5 speed from my 86 fiero would an if possible to swap into my 85 v6 gt fiero? Please let me know! Thanks

Asked by Sep 29, 2015 at 08:35 PM about the 1985 Pontiac Fiero GT

Question type: Car Customization

1986 2m4 5 speed fiero trans swap into a
1985 v6 gt fiero auto???

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Don't think so, bro-

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I am certain that it could be done. That being said, it may be difficult and you would have to change from a flex plate to a standard flywheel on the output shaft.

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Keep in mind that the Isuzu 5 speed used in the 4 cylinder Fiero is not the same as the Getrag 5 speeds used in 1986 1/2 and later Fiero GT V6. The Isuzu will fit the V6 but the Getrag is stronger. Expect a multitude of problems converting automatic to manual. Fieros are selling so cheap that I would recommend buying one already set up the way you want.

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