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Old 05-21-2006, 04:37 PM   #11
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When I dropped mine, all I did was unplug the oil level sensor. I didn't see any reason to remove the sensor.
That'* what it was looking like to me...but I wasn't sure. I didn't see any cooler lines in the way, of course I didn't look too hard around the harmonic balancer area.
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Keep up posted LakevilleSSEi,since I believe I may have to do it on my 95 SSEi also.
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I will, as I said earlier, it'll be next friday/saturday that I tackle this one.
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The series 2 or 96+ SC cars have a plastic windage tray gasket. Whereas the 92-95 series 1 SC cars have a cork/rubber gasket.

There'* the price difference.
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The series 2 or 96+ SC cars have a plastic windage tray gasket. Whereas the 92-95 series 1 SC cars have a cork/rubber gasket.

There'* the price difference.
WElcome to 3 hrs ago....
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The series 2 or 96+ SC cars have a plastic windage tray gasket. Whereas the 92-95 series 1 SC cars have a cork/rubber gasket.

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Nate, the information was to explain the price difference in more detail for other members that didn't know. Thanks for the wise crack as usual
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Nate, the information was to explain the price difference in more detail for other members that didn't know. Thanks for the wise crack as usual
For those of us that didn't know.........Thanks Bill!
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Nate, the information was to explain the price difference in more detail for other members that didn't know. Thanks for the wise crack as usual
For those of us that didn't know.........Thanks Bill!
I know....See I just gotta keep Boost on his toes....Otherwise he get'* dull.
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While I have been under my car allot, I have never been under a 95 soooo if yours is the same set up as mine, then the only thing i recommend is removing the oil line that goes to the oil filter mount. There was a bolt in there that couldnt be reached easily.




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Could that have been done with a swive socket or no?

94 I guessing is gonna be about just the same as 95 I would imagine.
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