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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 01-26-2005, 04:15 PM   #21
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I guess i'm used to seeing the bigger ones then. Yeah it'* big... Kinda wanna do larger wires too now for the big 3 while i got it all apart.
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Yea i wanna do bigger wires too, but then I need to replace battery terminals and such things... anyone know where to get some better or OEM replacement clamps? or how to take the current ones off?
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bah, starting to get off topic, sorry ill post my own later..
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i have a 105amp stock trust me i know cuz i replaced it not to long ago
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Just checked my codes - KG9 - 140 AMP
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I have a 96 SSEi and I really don't know much about alternators but I do know I'm most likely going to need a higher output one to support my car stereo. I've been looking at ohiogen.com and mralternator.com. What info will I need to give these places so they know what fits?

I guess this is good learning experience for me... I will not be putting this in... i'll have a shop do it. Also are there any risks involved in swapping them out?

I do plan on getting a red top along with the alternator as well.

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I have a 96 SSEi and I really don't know much about alternators but I do know I'm most likely going to need a higher output one to support my car stereo. I've been looking at ohiogen.com and mralternator.com. What info will I need to give these places so they know what fits?

I guess this is good learning experience for me... I will not be putting this in... i'll have a shop do it. Also are there any risks involved in swapping them out?

I do plan on getting a red top along with the alternator as well.

thanks
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just tell them that you have a Series 2 L67. there is 3 bolts and one connection to remove, and then reinstall, it takes 5 minutes to install the alternator, do it yourself
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Thanks a ton... you've been alot of help. I really want to put the alternator thing off but I might as well do it 100% right the first time. and plus it'* tax refund time so i should be able to swing it!
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just tell them that you have a Series 2 L67. there is 3 bolts and one connection to remove, and then reinstall, it takes 5 minutes to install the alternator, do it yourself
That'* the L27 yes, but an L36 is MUCH harder... Many more bolts, and an engine mount. Dunno where an SII */C lies.
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just tell them that you have a Series 2 L67. there is 3 bolts and one connection to remove, and then reinstall, it takes 5 minutes to install the alternator, do it yourself
That'* the L27 yes, but an L36 is MUCH harder... Many more bolts, and an engine mount. Dunno where an SII */C lies.
plus the strut bar is in the way of the L36/67. I guess that i was thinking of my car
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