Continuation on pt.3, engine coming out. Had to pull both at the same time because we *thought* the back bellhousing bolt was out, but there was something still holding the two together so we just pulled em both at once.
Removing the engine on my 97 Riviera
Pulling the knocking 3800 supercharged out of my Riviera to make way for
the replacement engine. Came out relatively easy thanks to the engine
wiring for the most part is one harness that unplugs at the firewall.
Everything is in that harness except the starter, alternator and speed
sensor wiring. The AC compressor and power steering pump unbolt and can be
left in the car so you don't have to drain the fluid/refrigerant. The
biggest pain was getting the axis motor mount off, the bolts were pretty
rusty. The ironic part is those bolts have to be removed to change the
belts, which are so cracked and chipped I wouldn't doubt they are original.
The old engine will either be used for parts, or I may rebuild it at some
1995 Buick Riviera Transmission swap pt. 2
Mid progress on the swap... Swapping the tranny in the Riv I just bought.
The subframe is a 1 piece deal so I am going to pull the engine out of the
top, instead of dropping it like I normally would. I also have to change
a few things, water pump, and put a new rattler coupler in the blower.
Riviera engine pull pt.3
Kinda chaotic, but that's the way it is when you try to pull and engine
with a camera in your hand!
How To Replace The Head Gasket and Intake Manifold Gaskets On A GM 3800 Engine
In this walkthrough I replace the head gaskets, upper intake manifold (UIM)
gaskets, and lower intake manifold (LIM) gaskets on a 1997 pontiac
bonneville. These steps will be identical for almost any GM 3800 / 3400 /
3100 series II motor.
If you have any questions feel free to post them on the video and I'll do
my best to try to help!
Here is a link to the the text walkthrough I used as a guide for making
Also here's a list of torque specs for most of the motor:
Camshaft Bolt: 74 ft/lbs + 90 degrees angle torque
Camshaft thrust plate: 132 in/lbs (T30 torx)
Front cover bolts: 15 ft/lbs + 40 degrees angle torque
Oil pan bolts: 125 in/lbs
Crank sensor nuts: 18 ft/lbs
Camshaft sensor bolts 48 in/lbs
Lifter hold-downs: 22 ft/lbs
Rocker bolts: 11 ft/lbs(132in/lbs) + 90 degrees angle torque
Lower intake bolts: 132 in/lbs
Supercharger bolts: 17ft/lbs
Crank Bolt: 111 ft/lbs + 76 degrees angle torque up to 10/98
111 ft/lbs +114 degrees angle torque 10/98 and up
Cylinder head bolts: 37 ft/lbs + 130 degrees + 30 degrees up to 10/98
37 ft/lbs + 120 degrees
Flywheel/flexplate bolts: 132 in/lbs + 50 degrees
Exhaust manifolds: stud/nuts 132
Nuts 156 in/lbs
Oil filter adapter to timing cover: 22 ft/lbs 97 earlier
132 in/lbs + 50 degrees 97 and later Oil pump
Cover to timing cover: 98 in/lbs
Pick up tube and screen: 132 in/lbs
Valve cover bolts: 89 in/lbs
Tstat bolts: 21 ft/lbs
Water Pump: 132 in/lbs + 80 degrees
Water pump pulley: 115 in/lbs
Throttle body: 84-89 in/lbs
Fuel rail nuts: 75-84 in/lbs
1996 Buick Century FWD Transmission Assembly
The disassembly and reassembly of a front wheel drive transmission from a
1996 Buick Century. The high school students at the Porter County Career
Center disassembled and reassemble the front wheel drive transmission.
GM 3800 Engine Transmission removal (Pontiac Grand Prix)
2010-12-13 : Drivetrain removal from wrecked Pontiac Grand Prix. We remove
thee drivedrain by dropping the subframe from under the car. The steering
rack and front suspension are still attached. The drivetrain has only
99,635 miles. It's certain to be useful for a future project.
1963 Buick Riviera 401 cu/in Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Review
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
variety! In today's video, we will take an up close and personal in depth
look at the first generation 1963 Buick Riviera. GM's first "personal
luxury car". Designed for those looking for luxury and style with a thirst
for performance. With dramatic styling for 1963 and arguably one of the
nicest looking interior's from the 60s, the Riviera was definitely ahead of
it's time. Design cues can even be seen with the last generation (8th gen)
riviera from 1995-1999. Potent 401 cu/in (6.6) and automatic transmission,
a timeless classic! During this presentation, we will take a 1st person
look at what the vehicle is all about beginning with the start up,
performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data, and build
quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior and
exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only get
from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight
key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any available
options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video without the
good ole engine portion with rev and Exhaust note with interior and exterior
perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHANNEL SEE BELOW: In this channel you will
find in depth reviews/tour of automobiles from all over the world,
presented in a more detailed fashion than ever before. Basically, this
gives the viewer the chance to view the most detailed 1st person look you
can get without going to an actual dealer yourself! Every video is
consistent in the way I present so viewers know what to expect in my
presentations. I treat every vehicle with the same respect whether a 1960
Chevrolet Impala SS or the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador. I film all types of
vehicles from past, present, and future while broadening the knowledge of
the automotive enthusiast. You will see everything from vintage, brand new,
exotic, mainstream, old, etc. I am very proud of this channel and have
built it up from amateur videos years ago to what you see today. I wanted
to share my love for the automotive world with the rest of the world. Be
sure to explore the massive video variety, have fun and enjoy The Driver's
Seat of YouTube!
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