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Old 08-19-2006, 01:05 PM   #1
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Default Type 2 Delco is now a reality!

At least on my wife'* 1990 LOL. Only VIN L I could find at the junkyard was a 1992 Regal Custom. At least that still had a coil pack/module. Its installed now and running. I probably should throw some new plugs at it, given the recent problem I had with the crank sensor. They are/were pretty gas fouled. It is running smoothly though! Just gotta find 2 more now, one for my Bonneville and one for my brothers LeSabre. The old Maggy has seeped more gooey insulation all over the connector, so its life seemed to be nearing its end.

Thanks for the Techinfo article that outlined this really easy mod.
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