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2005 Buick Rendezvous A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-4D96E83    W0133-1599444  New

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2005 - Buick Rendezvous
ACDelco
2005 Buick Terraza A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-3C6A6B4    W0133-1599486  New

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2005 - Buick Terraza
ACDelco
2004 Buick Rendezvous A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-40B49E1    W0133-1763381  New

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2004 - Buick Rendezvous
ACDelco
2004 Buick Rainier A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-0B351DF    W0133-1687439  New

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$178.75
ACDelco A/C Condenser
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  • RWD
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2004 - Buick Rainier
Vista-Pro
1994 Buick Century A/C Condenser Vista-Pro

P311-4B90B72    W0133-1682820  New

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1994 - Buick Century
CSF
1998 Buick Century A/C Condenser CSF

P311-0DBC907    W0133-1682922  New

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Brand: CSF
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1998 - Buick Century
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2000 Buick LeSabre A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

P311-442E55A    W0133-1601855  New

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2000 - Buick LeSabre
CSF
2000 Buick LeSabre A/C Condenser CSF

P311-464E8F7    W0133-1601855  New

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2000 - Buick LeSabre
Koyo Cooling
2005 Buick Terraza A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

P311-0137857    W0133-1599486  New

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2005 - Buick Terraza
American Condenser
2005 Buick Terraza A/C Condenser American Condenser

P311-33C5C7A    W0133-1599486  New

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2005 - Buick Terraza
Koyo Cooling
2012 Buick LaCrosse A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

P311-4C5D038    W0133-1972002  New

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2012 - Buick LaCrosse
Nissens
2012 Buick LaCrosse A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-1600E15    W0133-1972002  New

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2012 - Buick LaCrosse
ACDelco
2008 Buick Enclave A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-0A032C5    W0133-1954261  New

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2008 - Buick Enclave
TYC
2004 Buick Rainier A/C Condenser TYC

P311-1CFF122    W0133-1892775  New

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  • AWD
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2004 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2004 Buick Rainier A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-1B0ABA4    W0133-1892775  New

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ACDelco A/C Condenser
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2004 - Buick Rainier
TYC
2005 Buick Rainier A/C Condenser TYC

P311-1CFF122    W0133-1892775  New

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2005 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2005 Buick Rainier A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-1B0ABA4    W0133-1892775  New

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2005 - Buick Rainier
ACDelco
2006 Buick LaCrosse A/C Condenser ACDelco

P311-3CC2E48    W0133-1942131  New

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$190.44
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2006 - Buick LaCrosse
Universal Air
2006 Buick LaCrosse A/C Condenser Universal Air

P311-0EE9930    CN 3467PFC  New

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Universal Air A/C Condenser
  • Condenser Parallel Flow
Brand: Universal Air
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2006 - Buick LaCrosse
Four Seasons
2008 Buick LaCrosse A/C Condenser 8 Cyl 5.3L Four Seasons

P311-02F04A4    83905  New

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Four Seasons A/C Condenser
  • Condenser Drier Assembly
  • Condenser Drier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Description: Condenser Drier Assembly
    • Material: Aluminum
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24402] / Slimline Washer
    • O-Ring A Quantity: 1
    • Style: Condenser Drier
    • Switch Port?: W/o Switch Port
    • Type: Filter Driers
  • R12 and R134a compatible
Brand: Four Seasons
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the 3400 Motor

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Question From Zeal on the 3400 Motor

So my buddy did a Head Gasket for a 3400 Motor, and it was still over heating in the end, he ended up passing on fixing the job. He did torque it down with a torque wrench but it was his first Head Gasket. He's the type of guy that always has to do it right, so I have confidence in his work. Some other mechanic came around, and said he had to replace the head on it, now it runs.
It was a 99 Buick Century, 3400 Motor.

I am currently looking to buy a Chevy Venture, with the same 3400 Motor, the girl says her buddy put a Head Gasket in it, but it was still overheating. The guy did not use a torque wrench, so its not torqued down.. Shes looking to sell.

So what im wondering is, if anyone with experience with these motors, know if when the head gaskets go, the heads go on them too. What are some of the common problems with these motors? I went and checked all the Junk Yards in the area, and found the motor everywhere, atleast like 20.

Since I am looking to buy and fix that minivan, I really don;t want to pull the whole motor if I dont have too, since its such a tight fit, there is no room. If I could get away with just torquing it down, or putting a new head on it, I'd love to do that.

Any Advice on this 3400 Motor would be greatly appreciated Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

Are you kidding? Install a head without torquing the bolts?

Not only are there specific tightening sequences but the head bolts cannot be reused.

These are torque to yield bolts, also known as stretch bolts. They are one time use only.

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

We have a 2002 Chevy Venture and I have done a lot of work on it recently. In the last few months I rebuilt the tranny and also replaced the head gaskets. When I removed the heads I took them to a machine shop to have the planed and pressure tested for cracks. Both of my heads were fine to reuse. So no, just because the head gasket goes doesn't mean the heads are toast.

It's no wonder the van you're looking at is still overheating. Like HT said, you have to use new head bolts and HAVE to torque and follow the tightening sequence. If the guy didn't have enough common sense to use a torque wrench it's hard to say what else he screwed up on it. I'd look it over real good. Better yet, take it to a pro and have him look it over. Maybe it's overheating because the guy filled the radiator with brake fluid instead of coolant.

If you do decide to get it make sure you take the heads to a machine shop. I think I paid around $150 total for both heads to be pressure tested and planed. As long as the van wasn't driven for a long period of time while it was overheating there's a good chance they'll be good to go. You never know though. The pressure testing was $30 a head so worse case you'll be out $60 only to find out you need new heads.

As long as you take off the motor struts and use a ratchet strap to rotate the engine forward it's not bad working on it. Like you said, it is a bit tight though. It took some time for me to get use to it.

One of the most common problems with the 3.4 is the intake. We bought our van with I think 30k on it. We drove it until 140k and the only thing I had to replace was the ac condenser. Other than that it was a great running van. Once it hit 140k is when I had to do the intake, then tranny, and then head gasket. I think overall it has been a great running vehicle. I think the reason there are so many at the salvage yard is because it's a popular motor. My thoughts are is if they have 20 of them that means the engine outlasted the car. That's a good thing if you ask me.

Response From Hammer Time

I'm still trying to figure out what MG's picture is.




Whooo, it disappeared after i posted.

Response From MarineGrunt

I don't what the heck that was HT. When I first posted the pic it was the tightening sequence. Today, once I hit edit, I could see it and I have no idea what it was. Looked like something on the side of the oil pan maybe. I guess I first should've started with a picture of a torque wrench.

Response From Hammer Time

Like I warned you, you can't copy and paste most things from Alldata

Response From nickwarner

If this person lets just any Cletus work on this, walk away. There's no telling how many issues have been neglected or sent to the lowest bidder that will come back to haunt you badly. If someone doesn't even know how to torque heads properly, they have not one bit of business touching that job and I guarantee there is a lot more cobbled up crap on that then you realize. Don't just walk away from it, run.