GM 3.3L Index of Articles

NOTE: See vehicle application below: This simplified starter motor circuit wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 1992, 1993 3.3L V6... [read more]

Testing the starter motor on your 3.3L V6 Pontiac Grand Am can seem like quite a challenge, but nothing could be further from the truth. In this tutorial, I'll explain how... [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]

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]

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]

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]