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I have attached a complete breakdown of the 3.4l engine for those of you looking to rebuild your engine or locate a missing piece. Enjoy!




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I know this was posted years ago, but this saved my ass. Thanks so much!
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what about a 3.8
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what about a 3.8
I can get something similar but its not one complete explosion. It'll be in a few separate explosions

And their not as great of quality. Buy I've used them on countless things.
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I need to drop my oil pan to change the pump. For some reason I can't get it off. I have been try in to find pics to show me the way but can't find any it needs to be for a 2000 alero 3.4
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I need to drop my oil pan to change the pump. For some reason I can't get it off. I have been try in to find pics to show me the way but can't find any it needs to be for a 2000 alero 3.4
if you have a 2000 alero 3.4 you need to look up where the oil pump actually is. A quick search i found that the oil pump is under the lower intake, not behind the oil pan.

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I can get something similar but its not one complete explosion. It'll be in a few separate explosions

And their not as great of quality. Buy I've used them on countless things.
Can you post them for us?
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I have the whole document posted on the forum let me provide the link

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