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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 09-22-2006, 08:21 PM   #11
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While it looks like the SLE is better equipped than the SSEi, it isn't. Many of the SSEi'* options are standard within the option packages that come with an SSEi.
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its interesting that the SSEi has the 1SA, and not the 1SB, it would seem that the SSEi had the options added instead of included in the 1SB package

also to be noted that the the SSEi dosent have the AU0 and the UV6 listed on the RPO lable, and the car has the 105 alt

on the other hand the SLE has the 1SD, like me
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Yet both cars are more fully equipped than nearly any of their comparable counterparts.
The SLE'* options are a no-brainer. It'* an odd duck. And the SSEi still has that damned heated windshield we all argue about.
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Yet both cars are more fully equipped than nearly any of their comparable counterparts.
The SLE'* options are a no-brainer. It'* an odd duck. And the SSEi still has that damned heated windshield we all argue about.
LOL the Heated W/*....interesting option, i believe we have yet to see a car that has the button on the dash.....but im betting that a few of the cars have provisions for it, and they just are wired in like you to the deforst...im thinking that hte Button was a preproduction thing??

you may have alot of options stock on the SLE, but i have alot of added ones
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The heated WS button was a 92 thing.

Back on topic, see any codes between them that might dictate rack ratio?
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The heated WS button was a 92 thing.

Back on topic, see any codes between them that might dictate rack ratio?
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You need the standard pump then. Not the electronic (T2V increases line pressure to decrease steering effort at slow speeds, then tightens up your steering at high speeds).
I'm already all over this pump like stink on a turd...it'* dangleing by the hoses as we speak...
Just before disconnecting the hoses, I had to abort the mission and postpone until this week. I have another question, however. My power steering pump has an electrical connection on it. What'* that for? If it'* a low oil sensor, it ain't workin'. None of the pumps I checked out at the boneyard had this electrical connection. None of the cars I looked at were SSE or better trim level either...got any clues?
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the electrical connector is for the T2V...

.im betting the SSE package because of the FE2 gets you the assist, because the Greenzilla has the T2V but its not listed on his RPO sheet
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the electrical connector is for the T2V...

.im betting the SSE package because of the FE2 gets you the assist, because the Greenzilla has the T2V but its not listed on his RPO sheet
Doh! I was afraid that was the answer. Not that I'm not jazzed because, previously unbeknownst to me, I have yet another cool option, but now I have to find a matching pump. That'* going to be a bit more difficult, I'm afraid. May have to get a remanufactured unit (unless Boosty has one under his coat). Any tips on getting the pulley off my old one? There'* an allen hole in the shaft, is the pulley installed with right hand or left hand threads? What would you use to pull it off?
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Sorry... no pumps handy.

Get the pump out of the car..then use the proper puller..it'll be easier than swapping a programmer.
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