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Old 10-17-2008, 05:31 PM   #1
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My car had an H22 in it prior to me buying it. Then it was swapped for a D16 or some size. I do not know which size it is so I am not sure what parts to buy. Is there a plate somewhere on the motor that will tell me the size?! I need quick responses
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Yes, right where the trans, head, and block meet, there is a flat spot that should say, d16, or d15 or h22, or something like taht depending on whichever motor it is.
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Its a 1.6.
Look where the engine meets the trans in the front ( just left of the header) There will be an engine stamo there on the engine block.
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