To make it easy it is better to stay with the caddy unit entirely. Now if you are talking in a 2000-2003 Bonneville you are actually driving an Aurora. G body. So yes the body is perfect for the caddy 4.6l. The deal with California smog isÖ. you must upgrade and the unit dropped in must include the stock management and exhaust. You can upgrade later. I will get more information on this for you and I can get a play-by-play price for you. I also have a line on the caddy engine and transaxle with computer. I will find out what year is best so I can give you an exact price.
#1 get second measurements of the engine bay that are exact so we can be sure the combo will fit without any surprises. I can do this for you but it would be good if you did it as well. It helps you to get an idea of the feel.
#2 confirm the new engine combo requirements meet the confirmed measurements.
#3 we give you a clear price breakdown and this will include areas of possible variance depending on your needs. Now you send your car with or without the original engine.
#4 we can provide the engine but this would be determined later. Now the only possible difference there is if you provide the engine yourself. The engine transaxle options are wreaking yard or dealer. We get the engines and transaxles at a wholesale price and this would be passed on to you. Yes new engine means no surprises you donít need.
I will confirm the rest of the details and we can continue to communicate in this forum, but once I provide a price we should talk on the phone and you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
. I will today provide you with an engine and transaxle combo with wiring price. The next cost will be transport. The swap price is what I will have to work out. The biggest issue is the pit and computer issues. donít get me wrong its not hard just takes time to do it RIGHT. Careful many people will send you in the direction of rushing the job then you are left with a new car with a growing "not finished yet" bill.
Ill be back with some # Ď* within the day.