What kind of motor is in a 2003 grand prix

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what does it say under the hood on the sticker????! Engine 3100 3.1L V6 (LG8) 3800 3.8L Series II V6 (L36) 3800 SC 3.8L Supercharged Series II V6 (L67) Application standard on SE Sedan standard on GT standard on GTP Type 3.1-liter V6 3.8-liter V6 3.8-liter supercharged V6 Displacement (cu in / cc) 191 / 3136 231 / 3791 231 / 3791 Bore & stroke (in / mm) 3.51 x 3.31 / 89 x 84 3.80 x 3.40 / 96.52 x 86.36 3.80 x 3.40 / 96.52 x 86.36

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Look at the 8th character of the vehicle identification number (VIN) M= 3.1L V6, K=3.8L V6, 1=3.8L Supercharged V6. HTH. - Jim

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