I think so, though the exhaust ports may be slightly larger on the FWD motor, but they are all GM heads.... they will fit but they are differnet the fwd have the fuel injectors in the head where the rwd has them in the lower intake manifold.
The knock sensor is located on the 95 oldsmobile 98 with a 3800 engine under the midpoint of the heads.
no... its a 3.8 liter V6 motor...
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.
A compression test would be the easiest way to determine. If you have little or no compression in two or more adjacent cylinders, you either have a cracked cylinder head or a blown head gasket.
grand Prix and Monte Carlo have the 3.8.
Head torque sequence for a 2002 3800
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.
around 3800 lbs.
Around 3800-3900 lbs
Buy a haynes manual which will explain everything to you. You can pick one up for about 20 bucks at a local auto parts store.
Right above the crankshaft pully and balancer on the timing cover...
The firing order for a 2001 Camaro 3800 is 1-6-5-4-2-3. The number one cylinder is on the left front of the engine.
usually 3800 pounds
Mine gets 27 to 29 on highway and a about 20 to 21 for a combo.
no you don't if you know how to do it right but if you want to do it with out a struggle then it would be best to do it that way
the 5-speed manual transmission is a borg warner t5 the automatic is a 4l60e
don't think motor mounts will work - look for 92-99 3800