1998 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE 4 CYLINDER VS 1999 GRAND AM SE V6

Asked by Jul 28, 2017 at 05:35 AM about the 1998 Pontiac Grand Am 2 Dr SE Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

HELLO...i'M NEW HERE AND NOT SURE i'M POSTING THIS TO THE
CORRECT PART OF THE SITE,BUT I WAS WONDERING IF A 1998
PONTIAC GRAND AM SE 4 CYLINDER VS 1999 GRAND AM SE V6 PARTS
ARE INTERCHANGEABLE...NOT SO MUCH THE INNER PART OF THE
MOTOR,BUT THINGS LIKE THE GAS TANKS,FUEL
PUMPS,STARTERS,WATER PUMPS,WINDOW MOTORS,SIDE MIRRORS
ETC THE REASON THAT i'M ASKING IS BECAUSE I'M TRYING TO GET MY
1998 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE BACK ON THE ROAD AND SOMEONE
NEARBY HAS A GRAND AM SE 1999 V6 FOR SALE THAT HE IS SELLING
FOR PARTS. tHANKS EVERYONE FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE.

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You posted on the correct area. There are no lists of part usage between vehicles, but you can use rockauto.com to compare part numbers of equipment between the two and make your decision to buy the other vehicle based on what you find. HTH's

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