yes all engine block components are compatible between 3800 series I and series II, the only difference between engines is the metal composition of the block, and a new design of stock piston.
its between the fire wall and the engine. down about 12 inches
All 1997-and-up GTP's come from the factory with a 3800 supercharged engine. For 1997-2003 it was the 3800 Series II, and 2004-and-up it is the 3800 Series III.
203 The 3800 Series II engine is rated at 205 H.P. The 3800 Series II Supercharged engine is rated at 240 H.P.
What type of gas goes into 2004 pontiac grand prix gt a v6 3800 series III engine?
i would imagine it could, but not without alot of work, the Buick engine is fwd while the camaro is rwd, you would need a whole different transmission at the least.
E series about 3600 -3800 lbs depending on sedan engine and wagon and engine size
6 cylinder motor it is the 3400 or 3800 series engine both are v6
it should be 18qts
3.8liter, 3800 series 1
Yes, you just have to change a few things like your mounts and pulleys if the engine came out a fwd just exchange with your original mounts and pulleys and it should work.
What was the situation with DexCool and the Chevrolet 3800 series II engine and how do i get the replacement intake manifold from Auto-zone and what is the part #
Theoretically, you could put the supercharger setup from a factory supercharged 3800 series 2 engine but it would be a lot of work and you would have to do a lot with wiring. The Buick Park Avenue, Pontiac Bonneville SSEI and the Olds 88 LSS will have that engine.
"3800" indicates that the car has the 3800 Series II V-6 engine (3.8L). The SE is the trim level which decodes as "Standard Edition." GP's without the 3800 badge are equipped with the base 3.1L V-6 engine.
By the time the 3800 series debuted, all were equipped with AC
years from 89-99 the 95 3800 will fit those cars will even fit into the olds royale series same engine good luck!
3800 series 2 3.8 liter 231 cubic inches
you put series 11 do you mean 1 no series 2 not a truck
back side of engine toward the fire wall.
The 3800 II is the battle axe of the 90s to 00s lineup. The engine is not as much well constructed as it is strongly constructed. The engine is fairly reliable, its no Honda D/B series but as far as a GM engine it is one of the more reliable engines they have made. Also considering how many models used the 3800 II, replacement parts are cheap and common.
for GM's 3800 series II engine there were only 2 plants. Canada and Ohio. look at your RPO code located on your driver's side doorsill to find out.