alot of the time it is a wiring problem between the engine control module and the transmisssion plug. you can test this wire for continuity The yel/bk wire on pin 44 on the blue plug on the ecm module. Unplug the transmission plug off the side of the transmission and check from ecm module located in the airbox to the plug for continuity. i don't have the pin layout for the plug on the transmission, but by process of elimination you can figure it out. below is a wiring diagram showing the 2-3 shift solenoid. alot of the time it is a wiring problem between the engine control module and the transmisssion plug. you can test this wire for continuity The yel/bk wire on pin 44 on the blue plug on the ecm module. Unplug the transmission plug off the side of the transmission and check from ecm module located in the airbox to the plug for continuity. i don't have the pin layout for the plug on the transmission, but by process of elimination you can figure it out. below is a wiring diagram showing the 2-3 shift solenoid.
It's in your owners manual
It should so long as both vehicles are each Supercharged 3800's or non-supercharged 3800's and make sure the Grand Prix has a 3.8L (3800 V6) and not a 3.1L V6 (3100)
It is best to fit a suitable supercharger to extend its working life
In my opinion, it isn't worth purchasing a car that has 189,000 miles. I would avoid buying a sporty vehicle like a supercharged 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3800 as a first car.
yes. but its easier said than done.
the GTP model has the supercharged engine in it
this is a GT with floor shift and 3800 engine
203 The 3800 Series II engine is rated at 205 H.P. The 3800 Series II Supercharged engine is rated at 240 H.P.
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.
This question references General Motors built FWD vehicles with the 3800 Series supercharged engines. Sensors included the O2s in the exhaust manifold and the downstream of the catalytic converter pipe. knock sensors in the block, and the manifold absolute pressure sensors in the intake manifold.
1999 Grand Prix has 200 HP. A Supercharged GTP has 240. These are both 3800 Series II motors.
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.
Tons of rebuilt ones on ebay, to replace a worn out one. If you want to upgrade a standard 3800 SSE to the SSEI supercharged 3800 engine there is alot more to it than just bolting on the supercharger, way too indepth to answer here.
A 3800 engine is 3800 no mater what is mounted in. But a 2007 Pontiac G6 does not have a 3800 it has a 3500 (3.5L) V6.
Neglect to replace the supercharger oil.
The reliable 3800 V-6 is equipped with the solenoid. It is activated when the starter is engaged. It is located right on the body of the starter. Although it is rare, solenoids aren't sold seprately. To test to so of there is a defect in one you may go to a service shop or any auto retail who will test it for a small or no fee at all.
Weight on my Pontiac LeMans Sport registration is 3800
Its causes gear shifts at high throttle at 5800 rpms instead of at 3800 - 4400 as stock computer will do in GTP
The 3800 Pontiac engine had bolt torque specification is 160 pounds. The head bolts should be torqued in 40 pound intervals.
It will have supercharged writen on the engine cover. or you can see the supercharger's snout sticking out the left side of the engine cover. and the loud whine the car makes when you floor it..lol
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Normally between 500 and 1500 dollars, depending on condition, mileage, etc.
Assuming you are referring to a stock 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT, it does not have a turbo. The GT has a 3800 series V6. You might be thinking of the 2004 GTP or Comp-G models, which have Supercharged versions of the 3800. They only Grand Prix model I can think of that had a factory turbo was a limited edition model in the late '80's. However, I have heard of aftermarket applications available for turbos on the 2004 models.
How to reset the computer 1999 pontiac grand prix gt 3800 series II v6?