yes they used the same trans mission unless it is super charged and it is still the same it just has some heavy duty parts. 97 + is a 4t65 E or 4t65 E HD for supercharged models
The 3100 Engine (code M in VIN.#) motor has a 4T60E Transmission. The 3800 Engine (code K in VIN.#) motor has a 4T65E Transmission. Hope This Helps you, Brett
The car body has two "3800" badges on the front quarter panels if you have the 3800 engine. 3100 models have no badges. The badges indicate the engine size which matches the transmission paired with it.
i would imagine it could, but not without alot of work, the Buick engine is fwd while the camaro is rwd, you would need a whole different transmission at the least.
models and wheelbase: 3100 series - 114" 3200 series - 123.25" 3600 series - 123.25" 3800 series - 135"
the 5-speed manual transmission is a borg warner t5 the automatic is a 4l60e
The 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix with the 3800 Series II engine and the 4T65E 4-speed automatic has a transmission a service fill of 13,4-quarts if completely purged and flushed. 3100 equipped cars also have the same total fill.
Forget that previous answer. The 3.1 v6 in your Oldsmobile is part of the Buick v6 engine family. It is very similar to the other engines in the group. Some of these engine are used for performance applications, such as the 3800 v6. Some people have managed to swap out engines such as the 3100 or 3300 for the 3800 v6. this engine can be easily swapped in onto the existing engine mounts. If you are going to swap out your transmission for the one in the one on the 3800, then the transmission mount may need some modification. This engine has aftermarket parts available from a couple aftermarket companies, such as ZZ performance. This seems to be the most logical swap.
All 1997-and-up GTP's come from the factory with a 3800 supercharged engine. For 1997-2003 it was the 3800 Series II, and 2004-and-up it is the 3800 Series III.
203 The 3800 Series II engine is rated at 205 H.P. The 3800 Series II Supercharged engine is rated at 240 H.P.