GM 3.3L Index of Articles

Testing the starter motor on 3.3L V6 equipped Buick and Oldsmobile vehicles isn't difficult. In this tutorial, I'll explain how to do it with basic testing... [read more]

Your 3.3L V6 Buick (Oldsmobile) comes equipped with a crankshaft position sensor (commonly referred to as the CKP sensor). In this tutorial I'll answer some of the most... [read more]

Your 3.3L V6 Buick (Oldsmobile) vehicle comes equipped with a throttle position sensor (TPS). And it's one of the critical engine management components your vehicle's fuel... [read more]

Although the 3.3L V6 Buick and Oldsmobile vehicles don't come equipped with a Schrader valve on the fuel injector rail, testing the fuel pump still isn't that difficult. In... [read more]

Testing for a blown head gasket is not hard. In this tutorial, I'm going to explain the 4 different tests that you can perform so that you can find out if you have a blown... [read more]

Troubleshooting a no-start problem is easier than you think. I can tell you, from personal experience, that there is a method with madness of troubleshooting a no-start... [read more]

In this tutorial, I'm going to explain how to perform an engine compression test and more importantly, how to interpret your test results on the 3.3L V6 Buick and Oldsmobile... [read more]

The spark plug is such a small component of the ignition system but it plays a crucial role in keeping the engine running. Since they're a key component of the ignition... [read more]

Your 3.3L V6 Buick (Oldsmobile) comes equipped with a mass air flow (MAF) sensor. It's a key component of the fuel injection system and one that your vehicle's fuel... [read more]

This tutorial will help you to test the throttle position sensor (TPS) on 3.3L V6 equipped Buick and Oldsmobile vehicles. Testing the TPS involves only 3 tests. All are... [read more]