Check Your RPO list in the trunk under the mat to the left of the spare tire compartment. If you see a L61 (which is more than likely) in the list you have a 2.2 liter if you have LSJ you won the jackpot.This may be a dumb question but since I have no clue about the Cobalt it's ok lol. What engine is in my 08 ls coupe?
Not wrong thread, I was just giving an example of dumb questions.Wrong thread there Blackbalts
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Check Your RPO list in the trunk under the mat to the left of the spare tire compartment. If you see a L61 (which is more than likely) in the list you have a 2.2 liter if you have LSJ you won the jackpot.
i second this, when i can't find something on google, its not real.hey, honestly at one point i didnt know that different models of any car came with different sized engines. i just assumed they used the same engine for every model, every time. i learned myself thru the interwebs
First of all there are no dumb questions in my opinion just dumb answers. No one is born with absolute knowledge. Questioning is a way to acquire knowledge, you can go on in life not asking questions and be an ignorant or you can ask. Dumb is believing everything you read on the internet. Try to get the verified facts. If is RPO list L61 then he will know for a fact that he has a naturally aspirated 2.2l even without looking under the hood provided the engine is OEM.Not wrong thread, I was just giving an example of dumb questions.
Did you check your RPO list?I built my Mustang to low 12's N/A and know what I'm doing but I just got this Cobalt and would like to build on it. It got confusing when I started looking at parts because of the different engines and I don't really know where to start with it.