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Old 08-25-2004, 10:53 PM   #1
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I was wondering if there was a difference between the engine Mounts in these years. Basically will a series 2 engine (thinking L36 circa 96) bolt up to the engine mounts of a 93 SSEi series 1? If someone has pictures/diagrams/etc of both of these that would help too.
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also, adding to the question, are the mounts the same for series 1 NA and SC?
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also, adding to the question, are the mounts the same for series 1 NA and SC?
From what I've seen, Yes. Except on some the front transmission mount is a damper, some are solid rubber, And at least one is solid steel.

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I was wondering if there was a difference between the engine Mounts in these years. Basically will a series 2 engine (thinking L36 circa 96) bolt up to the engine mounts of a 93 SSEi series 1? If someone has pictures/diagrams/etc of both of these that would help too.
I would assume so, GM doesn't like to change parts, And the blocks looks pretty close.
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