Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Need to know which connecting rod will fit my engine.
Connecting Rod's are VERY SPECIFIC for each engine. In Addition to getting the Right STROKE, Piston Pin Size, and Crankshaft Size, you need to make sure to get the Correct Bearings for the Crank. If you are not going to remove the Crank from the Engine, your BEST Option is going to be Purchasing a NEW Push Rod.
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