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How to replace h valve intake and outtake on Pontiac grand am 2003

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SOURCE: i am replacing intake gasket on my 98 pontiac

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280217c80

Try this not sure.

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known problem for v6 engine- get it fixed soon could cause major problems if internal leak into crank case, also make sure you get new upadet second design gaskets alsonet to clean & lock tight intake bolts or get new ones so this don't happen again

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SOURCE: How to replace intake gasket on 99 Pontiac Grand Am

the haynes repair manual,,will explain all of it ,,its about 20,,dollar's,,it is a lot of work,,can give u step by step if u want it that way,,

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SOURCE: adjust valves on 2003 pontiac grand am v6 3.4 liter

This engine has self adjusting hydraulic valves and requires no adjustment.

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SOURCE: 1997 pontiac grand am knoking topside, ajusted valves, replaced fuil filter, fuuil regulater, intake gasket, cleaned injecters,what eilths could it be?

Their's a big difference betweene a Knock & a Spark Knock !!
How many miles do you have on the engine??
It is very hard to know what you are hearing without hearing it
myself.

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Does anyone have engine schematics for a 2003 pontiac 3.1 V6? Or know of a site where I can find engine schematics? I have to replace an EGR Valve but don't know where it is located.


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If you are trying to fix a trouble code P0401 " Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Insufficient Flow" (This is a very common code with 3.1L GM Engines)
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Your EGR port into the intake manifold is most likely clogged up and needs to be cleaned out.

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Remove the EGR Valve and the Throttle Body. Use a screw driver or pick to chip out the carbon buildup in the EGR port going into the intake manifold. You will probably have to work it from the intake side as well as the EGR side to get as much of the black carbon out as possible. Be careful not to let this stuff go down into the intake plenum - you will burn some valves if it gets in there. Then use the Throttle Body and Intake cleaner to finish the cleanup. (It helps to take a rag and stuff it into the intake manifold just past the EGR port to catch the gunk so it doesn't go down into the plenum...just don't forget to remove the rag before putting the Throttle Body back on)

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1997 pontiac grand am knoking topside, ajusted valves, replaced fuil filter, fuuil regulater, intake gasket, cleaned injecters,what eilths could it be?


If im correct i beleive those engines have hydraulic lifters in them. Thats probably whats making the noise. it's useless to replace them. It's not gonna affect your engines performance. just let it knock

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