What Is Involved in a 3800 V6 Engine Tune-Up?

Answer A V6 with a displacement of 3800 cubic centimeters is a common engine in Ford, GM, and Chrysler vehicles. Each manufacturer produces and distributes its own design of the 3800, but the tuning of th... Read More »

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What is involved in a car tune up?

Internal engine components subject to a great deal of pressure and wear, and external components can get dirty and wear out. The term "tune-up" is fairly broad, but it is one that needs to be under... Read More »

What Is Involved in a Car Tune-Up?

A car tune-up is a necessary part of a good vehicle maintenance program. By ensuring the proper function and performance of a vehicle engine and all of its supporting systems, a good car tune-up en... Read More »

What Is Involved in a Tune-Up for a 2006 Pontiac Vibe?

In older vehicles, a tune-up entailed a lot of work, including maintaining (or replacing) the distributor cap, ignition rotor, spark plugs, ignition wires and ignition timing. In newer vehicles -- ... Read More »

How to Replace the Thermostat on a 3800 Engine?

The 3800 engine was made for General Motors and used in their sedans. Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Pontiac all relied on this engine for power and efficiency. The coolant system relied on the t... Read More »