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What steps would you recommend to a first tymer when it comes to swapin of engines .... i am working on a 93 Cavalier duece duece motor (2.2) and my old one knocks sumthing awfull i think its just worn out soo im wanting to replace it with a 94 Duece Duece (2.2) and want to know the steps in order to remove and install a fairly fresh motor

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The best bet is go too auto zone and buy a manual

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I have a f20a motor in a 91 accord can I put a 2.2 motor without having any major problems


I would only do this with a 92-93 EX Accord motor and keep it OBD0. I did this with no CEL codes, works perfect.

Swap the following parts from your old 91 engine to the 92-93 EX motor:

Intake manifold
Engine Wiring Harness
Distributor
Exhaust manifold (header)
Air Conditioner bracket and Air Conditioner Compressor

Keep your current ECU in the car. Put your transmission on the motor before you drop it in.

If you go to the 94-97 / 2.2 you will run into some additional sensors, crank position sensor, etc... with that motor since it switches over to OBD2 in 1996.

Good luck...

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My son totaled his 2002 cavalier, and I just found a 2003 cavalier with a blown motor. The 8th number on the vin fot the 2002 is 4 while the 2003 is F. what do I have to do to swap motors?


These are different engines. You are about to open a big can of worms ,
I have not done this swap my self so if the engines do not look identical (ie DOHC MPFI)on the valve cover and air snorkle, I would look elsewhere for a decent 2002 model car because the 02 is a 2 valve per cyl. car and the 03 is a 4 valve per cyl. car and I can mostly guarantee the ECU wiring harness for them are different. not to mention there are different EGR locations on this 2,2.
This is a 'throw away" engine meaning it's not worth rebuilding.been there, got the t-shirt.

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The original motor in my 93 grand cherokee 5.2L seized in June. I bought a good junk yard 5.2L motor from a 98 Grand Cherokee and swapped over the 93 intake and all related electronics. The engine is back...


are you sure those intakes are inter changeable?
if you still have the 98 intake and your 93 block ,sit there and look for any differences in holes or hole locations.
another way to check is when it is running remove the oil fill cap and see if it stalls or picks up speed.

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At a minimum you would need to swap the motor mounts and change the springs to V8 springs.
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I can't give you direct knowledge, from having personally done this swap before, but I can offer you that the 1990 Cavalier, did have a V6 as an option.
The 3.1 Liter V6 with MultiFuel Injection System.

Of course, you're going to need the ECM, (Computer), and the complete engine wiring harness also.

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2002 cavalier dr window not attached to motor assamb


My recommendation would be to go to autozone or pepboys and buy a "Haynes" manual on the year, make and model. They go for about 14.99. In this manual it will show you step by step directions on how to take the door panel off and put it back together. That way you can investgate further.

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Wire colors dont match when swapping chevy cavalier motor.


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Removel ????


i would take motor and trans out one piece,alot easier to reinstall!

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