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Can I use 2006 or 2007 1.6L engine in 2004 Aveo??

I want to replace my 2004 Aveo engine, and was hoping to be able to put in a newer 2006 or 2007 engine. The cross reference info says 2004 & 2005 only, but I know the size & type designations are the same for 2006 & 2007, even though they are not listed as "interchangeable". Does anyone know the difference in these two generations of Aveo engines?
If the block & head are the same, I can bolt on all my old stuff to the new engine. But I don't want to find out that the transmission does not mate up, or the manifolds, starter, etc.
Anyone know the real deal on these engine differences?

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  • dnick1 Jan 21, 2009

    Thanks Guys, but the dealer doesn't know squat about the variation details from year to year (I already went down that road). Only that they are not the same & so "I should not use them". They only see the part & model numbers, & if they are different they can't tell what the differences are. The parts guy was appologetic, saying that "mother GM" can't or won't give them that info, even when they request it.

    And this one is not a 4 year cycle, at least part number wise. That's why I need to know the detail from someone who is intimately familiar with these engines (Daewoo engine used in Daewoos, Suzukis, and Chevys). The "engine" did change for 2006/2007 vs. 2004/2005, but I don't know if the changes effected the block/head, or just smaller things like harness, fuel system, ECM, etc. I'm hoping the basic block/head are the same so I can scavenge all my old stuff & mount it on the newer block/head. Keep the answers coming . . . thanks. Dnick

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You should be able to interchange them....its every 4 years that they change the design of an engine and i believe yours can be changed since they are within 3 to 4 years difference.you cant always go by the book so you have to look both engines over closely and see that everything looks the same top and bottom and if they are go for it.

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There are Variations in these years. Call the Lacal Dealership and Ask for the Parts Department to see Exactly what the Differences are on these.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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    Travis Humphries Jan 21, 2009

    The Blocks should all be Basically the Same. The Wiring Harnessess will be the only Problem that you could have.

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