Probably the intake manifold gasket needs replacement. Since the engine has large amount of oil under the intake manifold, and its gaskets are all that keeps the oil out of the intake manifold's vacume, that is a reasonable place to start thinking about. The PCV, ( positive crankcase valve ) could be stuck as well. That's easily checked by unplugging it from the engine and shaking it, and put your finger over the end of it with the engine idling. That valve is a very simple device, generally speaking, if it rattles when you shake it, and you can feel some vacume when you cover its engine side with your finger, it's OK. It has two manners of operation. It blocks the high engine vacume on deceleration, and allows some suction through the engine to reburn any blowby instead of allowing it to escape into the atmosphere.
If they are the exact same engine (3800 tuned port injection) then yes.
Alot of buick regals and lesabre's came with the 3800 engine
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.
The 3800 V6 has a timing chain.
The knock sensor is located on the 95 oldsmobile 98 with a 3800 engine under the midpoint of the heads.
The capacity of a 1996 engine is about 14 gallons
the GTP model has the supercharged engine in it
"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.
Ineed the torque sequence and tightening specs for a 92 GM 3800 intake.