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 Thermostat is on the top of the engine in the location where the radiator hose fastens to the engine. Disconnect the hose and there should be two bolts holding the thermostat cover. Be careful not to over tighten the bolts when you reinstall the new one. The thermostat is actually inside.
3800 series 2 3.8 liter 231 cubic inches
My 1996 firebird v6 has the 3800 series II engine in it which produces 144 KW (196 PS)
it is built into the timing chain cover driven by the crankshaft
Depends on the type of engine, but in 3800 type, remove the plastic hood (the one that bears the number: 3800) and the thermostat housing should be on the right side. Follow the upper radiator hose, it is connected to it. On the thermostat housing, you will also find the air bleed valve of the engine.
right above the oil filter
Driver's side front of engine in a plastic housing
the thermostat is located in the housing where the top radiator hose enters the engine. Note: there is also a brass screw on the top of the housing, this is to bleed the air from the cooling system when you replace the thermostat (or do other cooling system repairs)
195 degrees, OE You can also get a 180 from any auto parts store.
Its the bleeder screw, its used to let air pockets out the coolant system.
At the engine end of the upper rad hose, When replacing it make shure the spring goes toward the engine.
The camshaft is located inside the engine block.
The ABS sensors are in each wheel - in the hub assemblies, they are not in the engine.
first locate you throttle body on the upper plenium it is the sensor right below it on the front of the engine
Any parts store will have them or can order them for you.
on the 3800 V6 its below the throttle body
Sorry I am not sure how to describe this, but this is a diagram of a Bonneville and its in the exact same location,
Alot of buick regals and lesabre's came with the 3800 engine
Not sure if it depends on the engine, but on the 3800 V6 engine, the thermostat is right one top. Position yourself in front of the engine. To the right of the front spark plugs (the rubbery wires), you will see a sort of mound. There is a brass colored screw in the top and two screws holding it in. It should be connected to a rubber hose, that connects the radiator to the engine. Underneath the mound in the thermostat. Just unscrew the bolts lift it up and use a screw driver to pop out the thermostat. Really simple to change.
The 3800 Series of engine built by GM is a V6 (6 Cylinder). The engine has an extravagant history considering it first debuted in the early 80's as a turbo-charged power plant for GM's Buick Grand National Coupe. The 3800 Series II is most commonly found in: Late model Buick LeSabres 1994 - Up Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird.
Depends on the year and the engine. On the 93's 3800 you remove the upper coolant hose nipple from the top right block and its right there. You just pick it up.
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.
Bend over the mechanics counter.