I had a 96 with a 3.8 and i believe it was on the left side of the engine, right into the valve cover. I do remember that it stuck out and had a 90 degree elbow on it. I suggest buying it, if you haven't, and trying to match the part up with something on that side of the engine. I hope that i have helped a little. On a 2001 V6 3800 series engine, the PCV valve is situated underneath a two-bolt cover located on the left (passenger) side of the engine (right next to the "3800 series" stamp!). In other words, it's right on top of the engine, easily accessible, and you'll use a 10mm socket for the bolts. Make sure the engine has cooled before you do the change (at least an hour after driving). If you still have trouble finding it, the cover is shaped somewhat like this <> and has "PCV" stamped in small print. The part costs under $4. This poster is correct, however, there is a gasket and this PCV Valve is under spring tension so slowly loosen the bolts, if your engine is like mine, the gasket material will have bonded, and it will require you to pry apart the cover from the plenum. Most importantly, lube the PCV when you fit it back into the spring, and make sure the O ring does not fall into the intake. There is an O ring at the bottom of the PCV valve, just simply remove with small needlenose pliers. Question : I am also trying to replace the PCV valve - but on a 98 Camaro 3.8 - I removed the two bolts on the top of the valve cover next to the 3800 series stamp on the engine. There is a spring inside there. The guy at AutoZone told me that was not the correct place. I put the small cover back on. After reading these comments I guess I was right. I am just concerned about the O ring, is that something that can easily fall inside? Also the new PCV valve didn't come with a new O ring, should it of?
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.
On a 1996 Chevy Camaro, the PCV valve is located on the right side of the valve cover. There is a hose that runs from the PCV valve and connects to the back of the intake manifold.
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.
200 horsepower and 225 lbs.ft torque
On the 2000 Firebird 3800 V6, the PCV valve is under the MAP sensor. It is on the top of the engine on the upper plenum.
the PCV valve should be located on top of the engine block, on the passenger side. there will be 2- 10mm bolts holding it down and a plate will be labled (PCV) on it. simply remove bolts, the spring and the PCV valve should be sitting right there.
You have got to be fukking kidding... v6 3800 or the v8 Ls1
starters are underneath the car where the engine and trans meet. they are on the passenger side I believe.
grand Prix and Monte Carlo have the 3.8.
The 2001 BMW M5's engine produces 368 ft-lbs. @ 3800 rpm.
the v6 engine in 98 was the 3800 sereis 2 (3.8liter ,231 cubic inch) the v8 engine is a ls1 (5.7liter, 346 cubic inches)
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.
it might be the intake gasket
around 3800 lbs.
on the passenger side of the intake manifold is a small diamond shaped plate with two bolts, remove the bolt and the PCV is under that plate
It is located underneath the plastic engine cover on the right side of the engine as you look at it from the front.
Around 3800-3900 lbs
If it is a 3800 V6, the engine oil capacity 4.5 quarts.
back side of engine toward the fire wall.
look under the throttle body on the front of the engine there s a sensor with 3 wires going to it that is the engine coolant temperature sensor
Right above the crankshaft pully and balancer on the timing cover...