GM 3.3L Index of Articles

The crankshaft position (CKP) sensor can be considered the beating heart of the ignition system and your 3.3L Pontiac Grand Am comes equipped with one. In this tutorial... [read more]

In this tutorial I'll explain how to test the fuel pump's pressure with a fuel pressure test gauge on the 1992-1993 3.3L V6 Pontiac Grand Am. I'll also explain how to do a... [read more]

This tutorial will help you test the mass air flow sensor (MAF) in 3 simple test steps. You don't need any expensive diagnostic equipment to test the MAF sensor. In this... [read more]

Although quite a few things can cause a no-start problem, I can tell you that there is a method to the madness of diagnosing such a problem. In this tutorial I'll explain... [read more]

The 3.3L V6 Pontiac Grand Am comes equipped with a mass air flow (MAF) sensor. It's a key component of the fuel injection system and one that can cause quite a bit of mayhem... [read more]

The humble spark plug, not much to look at, but it performs a very important function in keeping the engine running in your 3.3L V6 Pontiac Grad Am! In this article I'll... [read more]

Engine compression problems usually cause either a cylinder misfire problem or in a worst-case scenario, an engine no start problem. In this tutorial I'm going to explain... [read more]

I think you'll be surprised how easy it is to test the throttle position sensor (TPS) on the 3.3L V6 equipped Pontiac Grand Am. In this tutorial you'll find the throttle... [read more]

Testing a blown head gasket, on your 3.3L V6 Pontiac Grand Am, is not difficult. In this tutorial I'm going to explain the 4 tests that you can perform to find out if you... [read more]

Your 3.3L V6 equipped Pontiac Grand Am is equipped with a throttle position sensor (TPS). It's one of the critical engine management components that your vehicle's fuel... [read more]