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Old 04-18-2010, 10:23 AM   #121
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another idea . can i take a 2002 sohc engine and put my dohc top end stuff on it. lots of sohcs around here dohc are hard to find in good cond and cheeep lol

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Old 04-25-2010, 12:39 PM   #122
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:08 PM   #123
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so a 92' exhaust manifold will not work on my 99' SL2?

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Old 04-30-2010, 12:47 AM   #124
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Ok lets see if I can do this all at once:

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so a 92' exhaust manifold will not work on my 99' SL2?
Nope. Different Bolt pattern. OBX makes a header for '99+ cars.

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ok nice forum lot of good info . i have a 2002 sl2 need to change engine or block [cracked cylinder] i guess i can swap a 99- engine with not tooo much problems ???/ am i right in assuming 93 and up blocks are all the same??? sohc and dohc same blocks??? thanks and good job you guys are doing .:
'93-'00 blocks are the same. The 3rd gen block only has a difference in the oil pressure sender I believe. You need a '99B+ DOHC engine or any '99 DOHC engine with a '99b+ DOHC exhaust manifold.

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another idea . can i take a 2002 sohc engine and put my dohc top end stuff on it. lots of sohcs around here dohc are hard to find in good cond and cheeep lol
Yes. The compression ratio will decrease using SOHC pistons however.


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Rear bumper covers interchange for all 2nd gen sedans? What about from a '96 to an '01-02 SLx? My '96 SL2 needs one.
Yes. They are all the same. Pretty sure the '01 covers will fit the 2nd gen also

What about starters? Again, for my '96 auto.
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Ok I have a question. I'm swapping a blown 99 block for a pristine 96 with about 60-70k on it. I noticed that the 99 pistons had a valve relief on one side, and the 96 pistons are dished. obviously this is going to change the compression ratio, but what I'm really worried about is valve interference. Has anyone ever run into this? If all else fails, I'll have to preassemble the head and check the valve clearance with clay. Thanks in advance, Aaron.
Your putting SOHC pistons with your DOHC head. It will not interfere (guys do this for turbo builds) but you do lose power.

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Old 04-30-2010, 06:35 AM   #125
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I have read(and re-read) this swap guide but I still don't know for sure exactly what year motors will work with what year ECM's in what year cars. I have even started threads asking specific questions which usually get answered with "you're always safe with the same year". I now have no less than 6 96-98 Saturns and it's time to do a round of motor and trans swaps. I need to put a motor out of a 96 SL2 into into a 96 SC1- that one's easy; both cars are 5-speed, so I just swap in the motor, trans, cluster and computer. But I also have to change the motor in the 97 SW2(after 390,000kms it's no shame). I have a perfect motor in the smashed 98 SL2, and I just acquired another very rusty 96 SL2 with under 200,000km as well. All 3 cars are 5-speed; so what I'm asking is which is the best fit(96 or 98) and do I even have to mess with swapping computers and/or fuel rails/injectors? The other question I have concerns the 96 SW2; the automatic trans is acting oddly, and I need to know what other years will swap in without upsetting the computer, or if I can get the computer that goes with the trans which years will work in the 96.

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Old 04-30-2010, 08:38 AM   #126
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But I also have to change the motor in the 97 SW2(after 390,000kms it's no shame). I have a perfect motor in the smashed 98 SL2, and I just acquired another very rusty 96 SL2 with under 200,000km as well. All 3 cars are 5-speed; so what I'm asking is which is the best fit(96 or 98) and do I even have to mess with swapping computers and/or fuel rails/injectors?
Nope. You usually need to change computers when changing tranny, or engine type. Either the '96 or the '98 will work. Its personal choice really.

The other question I have concerns the 96 SW2; the automatic trans is acting oddly, and I need to know what other years will swap in without upsetting the computer, or if I can get the computer that goes with the trans which years will work in the 96.
'93-'97 DOHC MP7 tranny will work. However 9/10 times its not the tranny but the Valve body or sensors (specifically the ECTS) that cause tranny issues.

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Old 05-12-2010, 11:49 PM   #127
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so i shoulnt have any problems as long as i get the dohc head from 2000-2002 to swap out for my sohc? and computer of course

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Old 05-13-2010, 12:30 AM   #128
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ok with doing the sohc swap for the dohc head would it b safe to run a full built dohc and hope the t66 turbo dont kill me ? lol i mean would it b safe to run such a powerhouse on the dohc compared to the t3 or the t4

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Old 05-13-2010, 06:52 PM   #129
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ok with doing the sohc swap for the dohc head would it b safe to run a full built dohc and hope the t66 turbo dont kill me ? lol i mean would it b safe to run such a powerhouse on the dohc compared to the t3 or the t4
Start your own thread please. I have no idea what your talking about.

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Old 06-02-2010, 10:07 AM   #130
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AC Compressors? Their were 4 designs, and they don't interchange. Years of compatibility?

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Old 06-03-2010, 05:55 PM   #131
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Can someone tell me if I can put a 95 SL2 starter in a 99 SL2?

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Old 06-03-2010, 08:35 PM   #132
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Can someone tell me if I can put a 95 SL2 starter in a 99 SL2?
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So knowledgeable rc1488,

I'm working on a 99 sl2 with a useless DOHC(seized). I see SOHC's all day long, what would I be getting myself into if I choose to replace the DOHC for a SOHC? Can I keep most of the parts located on the DOHC and place them on a bare SOHC(water pump, alternator, power sterring pump, starter,etc)? Will I need to modify any parts of the harness? Or would such a move be a waste of my time and I should stick with replacing it with another DOHC? What years am I limited to in swapping?

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Old 06-06-2010, 08:25 PM   #134
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So knowledgeable rc1488,

I'm working on a 99 sl2 with a useless DOHC(seized). I see SOHC's all day long, what would I be getting myself into if I choose to replace the DOHC for a SOHC? Can I keep most of the parts located on the DOHC and place them on a bare SOHC(water pump, alternator, power sterring pump, starter,etc)? Will I need to modify any parts of the harness? Or would such a move be a waste of my time and I should stick with replacing it with another DOHC? What years am I limited to in swapping?
This is what I'm in the process of doing right now. Basically all I used was the block, crank, and connecting rods from the SOHC. I put new pistons rings and bearings in and all new gaskets. Not exactly a direct swap but all the accesories swap over.

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Old 06-08-2010, 07:48 PM   #135
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So knowledgeable rc1488,

I'm working on a 99 sl2 with a useless DOHC(seized). I see SOHC's all day long, what would I be getting myself into if I choose to replace the DOHC for a SOHC? Can I keep most of the parts located on the DOHC and place them on a bare SOHC(water pump, alternator, power sterring pump, starter,etc)? Will I need to modify any parts of the harness? Or would such a move be a waste of my time and I should stick with replacing it with another DOHC? What years am I limited to in swapping?
You can just use the SOHC block and use the DOHC Head...then having a new DOHC engine with slightly lower compression.

Your compatibility years is limited by your current Engine and PCM Type. If you have a '99a engine, then '95 - '99b will work. If you have a 99B engine, then only a '99b engine will be a direct plug and play replacement. A '00-02 will work, but modifications will be needed as the Intake Manifold changed '00.

'99a engines have No AIR provision located above the A/C compressor. '99b engines do. This is an emissions device, so if your state has emissions testing then you must choose the correct engine type to ensure the SES light stays off.

Going from DOHC to SOHC is an option only if you have a standard tranny...but something that is rather rare to do. You'll need to find a SOHC PCM that matches your cars options (since the DOHC body usually comes with more options then the SOHC you may loose some features) and also matches your tranny type. I think its best to put a DOHC engine in it.

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Air Conditioners

'95 - Model DKV - 11A




'97 - Model DCV - 11A


'98 - '99b - Model DCV - 11G




'01- '02 - Model DCV - 11J




Identification
You can figure out the model of the compressor by looking at the pulley and the connector position/location.

Known Compatibility
'01 with 11G - Leaks slightly, but an annual DIY charge is all that is needed

I cannot comment on any other years since I do not have those cars.

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You can just use the SOHC block and use the DOHC Head...then having a new DOHC engine with slightly lower compression.

Your compatibility years is limited by your current Engine and PCM Type. If you have a '99a engine, then '95 - '99b will work. If you have a 99B engine, then only a '99b engine will be a direct plug and play replacement. A '00-02 will work, but modifications will be needed as the Intake Manifold changed '00.

'99a engines have No AIR provision located above the A/C compressor. '99b engines do. This is an emissions device, so if your state has emissions testing then you must choose the correct engine type to ensure the SES light stays off.

Going from DOHC to SOHC is an option only if you have a standard tranny...but something that is rather rare to do. You'll need to find a SOHC PCM that matches your cars options (since the DOHC body usually comes with more options then the SOHC you may loose some features) and also matches your tranny type. I think its best to put a DOHC engine in it.
My state does not have emissions testing(KY). I'm trying to stay budgeted around $300 for this and have seen numerous SOHC from early 90's -01.'

So say I buy an 01 SOHC? I will remove the heads from the seized DOHC, and place it on the block of the SOHC? or am I swapping the good block off of the SOHC to the seized DOHC? this part I'm kinda perplexed at, I can do it, I'm just not understanding what order I would be swapping the parts of the engine in.

The PCM, does it matter as long as its for an 01' 1.9L Saturn?

btw I have a automatic transmission if that is what you meant by "standard"

thanks for all the help btw.

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My state does not have emissions testing(KY). I'm trying to stay budgeted around $300 for this and have seen numerous SOHC from early 90's -01.'

So say I buy an 01 SOHC? I will remove the heads from the seized DOHC, and place it on the block of the SOHC? or am I swapping the good block off of the SOHC to the seized DOHC? this part I'm kinda perplexed at, I can do it, I'm just not understanding what order I would be swapping the parts of the engine in.

The PCM, does it matter as long as its for an 01' 1.9L Saturn?

btw I have a automatic transmission if that is what you meant by "standard"

thanks for all the help btw.
Put the '99 head on the '01 block. Compression will decrease with the SOHC pistons. Then put the now good engine into the '99. Use your current PCM. Use your current Flexplate from the '99 engine. Use your '99 harness and sensors.

A '93-'02 block (sohc or dohc) will work for you. You will need to look into the knock sensor location as the 3rd gen block has a different style. IIRC it can accept the older style (your '99).

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I have a 93' SC2 and need a new ignition control module, Does anyone know what years will work? I have searched this forum but have not found this info, sorry if I missed it and thank you for such a good resource.

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