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Old 08-13-2009, 06:46 PM
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1995 s/10 2.2 engine cross reference

i know not a hot rod but need help i have a 1995 s/10 2 wheel drive with a 2.2 engine with auto matic transmission, anyone out here in hot rod land know if a 2.2 from a 1995 or so cavaliar or sunfire will fit in this truck if i do some swapping of parts? can't seem find one out a truck any where near my area, but i can find alot cavaliar an sunfire 2.2 engines i know GM usely make most there engines inter changeable, hoping this one is to!

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Old 08-14-2009, 06:57 PM
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if the engine mount bolt holes are in the block then its plausible at least.


also you would have to swap at least manifolds,, if not the cylinder head also

and front parts and thermostat housing related parts

do a check at car-part.com search engine for either vehicle engine see if results include both cavalier and s-10

if not then they wont interchange..


i did a search and it only comes back with sunfire and cavalier only

so apparently there are just too many differences between the car ones and the s-10 ones for them to list as being interchangeable

gm was not good at having interchangeable engines in the 90s

against popular belief

they changed many engines almost every year to where they would not interchange across more than 2 or 3 years. just look at the 3.1 v-6 for example, and others like the 3800 that there were 2 or 3 different ones of in a given year based on what car body platform it is in

its a mess.

they got less interchangeable as the years went on

you can try swapping the truck engine parts onto a car one

it may work

never know

leme know how it goes

id love to know for personal information purposes


good luck!

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Old 08-14-2009, 07:46 PM
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2.2 rear wheel and front wheel blocks are not interchangeable. As a matter of fact. Since the early ninety's the internals have been changed quite a few times and the heads about eight times. MOST are not interchangeable.
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NOT true. I've done this swap from an S10 into a Cavalier after the 2.2 blew up in a 98' Cavalier. My buddy had just did a V8 swap in his 96' S10 so we used his engine in her car. The intake/exhaust manifolds will need to be reused, harness etc but the long block worked, some guys use the Cavalier manifold though for some reason. Now since I did this into a FWD car I didn't look to see if her original motor had the mounts on the side for a RWD setup but I know the RWD engine worked in her car. I do believe it can be used though as I heard of someone doing the exact thing your thinking about.

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Looked it up in Hollander Catalog (used by salvage yards to determine interchangeability) and it lists all of these for an S10

BERETTA 92-96 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
CAVALIER 92-97 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
CENTURY 93-96 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
CIERA 93-96 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
CORSICA 92-96 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
ISUZU HOMBRE 96 (4-134, 2.2L)
ISUZU HOMBRE 97 4-134 (2.2L)
S10/S15/SONOMA 94-97 4-134 (2.2L)
SUNFIRE 95-97 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet
TEMPEST 92-93 4-134 (2.2L), drilled & tapped for water outlet

Cyl. head has water outlets on both ends; plug unused outlet with a frost plug or EGR/water outlet plate as needed.

These are the cylinder head casting numbers for the heads that will interchange:
10112391
10112392
10184922
12360424

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hey guys thanks for all your input now guy owns the truck just wants me try put a head on it, as the one on it got so hot it melted, but as they say customers always right but my friend has a 1997 cavaliar, and from what i see just would have to use a cavaliar motor as like a long block, but the customer don't want to chance buying a engine an not work, but looks like in the one i looked at there bosses on the block for side motor mounts so i believe would work, but he don't want to try, i would like to try it so i would know for myself that it would or would'nt work for a engine swap, as there are alot of these S/10's in my area with the 2.2 running around here, and i've done about 8 head gaskets on these trucks sence i moved here 5 months ago, myself i think this engine going to smoke like hell after putting a replacment head on it as it was so HOT! but what the hey he's got to pay me either way it goes told him i would'nt warrenty the job cause the engine was so HOT! but if i do end up changing engines an use a cavaliar or simular engine i will post and let everyone out in hot rod land know if it worked! again thanks everyone who has replied to my post!!!
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