Nope. The 4wd transmission has a different output shaft, plus, even if the driveshaft did fit, you'd leave a large opening in the back, since the 4wd variant was designed to have a transfer case attached to it.
No it is too short.
First place, 2-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive transmissions will NOT interchange they are different. There is only 2 years that will work in the 96 and that is a 96 and 97 4L60E 4-wheel drive transmission.
The ONLY 2 years that will work is 96 and 97 4L60E transmission. If it is a 4-wheel drive then it must be a 4-wheel drive transmission. If it is a 2-wheel drive then it must be a 2-wheel drive transmission. 2 wheel and 4 wheel drive transmissions will not interchange.
no cavaliers are front wheel drive and s10 is rear wheel drive tranny wont mount in right position (i own both a 96 s10 and a 97 cavalier)
No, they are different.
The four wheel drive light is most Likely staying on when your Isuzu Rodeo is in two wheel drive because of a bad sensor. A licensed auto technician would be able to replace this for you.
No. For one, the transmission from the 96 will be electronically controlled, vs. the mechanically controlled transmission in the 1990.
If your truck is a 1/2 ton then you need a 96 or 97 4L60E transmission. If it is a 3/4 ton then you need a 96 or 97 4L80E transmission. These are the ONLY 2 years that will work in you 97 model. You also need to tell them if it is a 4-wheel drive are not. Tell them the engine size too. That should take care of it.
The only 2 years that will FIT RIGHT is a 1996 and 1997. 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive transmissions will NOT interchange.
NO. The bell houseing is different. Those 2 will not interchange.
worn selectors in transfer case