yes.. i have a 99 grand am gt come stock 3400 and i put a 3100 in it.. runs perfect..
i will like to know where is the mark on a grand am 3100 grand am thx
The timing is electronic and is not adjustable.
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
There is one in each of the exhaust manifolds.
how to assemble an 3100 v6 3.1 liter engine
not positive on a 3100 grand am motor, but for fact a buick 3800 six cylinder can be fitted. i don't know if you need to change the trans or not, but with some engine mount modifications it should be an easy swap.
It should be a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze.
The 3.1 liter V6 engine in a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix has a timing CHAIN
what does the grand am have in it now
yes it is, 3100 is in cc and the 3.1 is in letres
The GM 3.1 litre V6 engine has a timing CHAIN
1 3 5 2 4 6 Front of vehicle
its really easy there is about 10 bolts that hold the body onto the rest of the (sub-frame) and then it is easy to take the engine out
if you are looking to do an engine swap,it is a bad choice, the 3300 is from the 92-93 grand am and does not directly fit. the 3300 is a 90 degree V6 engine like the 3800,you are much better to go with the 3100 that is standard in any V6 grand am from 1994 till 1998. The 3100 is a 60 degree V6, as is the 3.4 engine in the more modern grand am. Even the 3400 could be a difficult job,if you are very mechanically inclined you could do a 3300 swap yourself, but i am told that it is about 100 hours labour to put the 3800 into a grand am and the 3300 would be a very similar job.
it should,but you may want to check with a dealer, or local salvage yards. they shoul have interchange info.
44 lb ft. + 95 degrees
You would need to call a parts house and they can answer that for you.
2003 pontiac grand prix 3.1
its before the cat around the header area
The 99 Pontiac Bonneville, Firebird and Grand Prix came with the 3.8 engine. The Sunfire came with the 2.2 or the 2.4. The Montana came with the 3.4. The Grand Am came with the 2.4 or the 3.4. The Firebird Trans Am and the Firebird Formula, the 5.7. Only the Grand Prix SE came with the 3.1.
yes you can use the 3400 in your car if it has the 3100 in it, just take the intake off of the 3100 and use it on the 3400 and install back into the car. works fine, i just done it to my 1999 grand prix, it gave it more power and the CPU will adjust the settings for you.
Below the alternator on the 3800 engine and next to the ignition control module On the 3100 v6 What about on the 3.4?? V-6?