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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 09-28-2002, 03:50 PM   #11
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3 Possiblities here. #1 he'* lying, or #2, it'* not the original drivetrain, or #3, it'* not Supercharged.....at least not FACTORY SC.
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MAYBE MAYBE NOT.
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Well, I CAN tell you that if it'* actually a 1995, it didn't come from the factory with a SC. What he'* done to it since then is anyone'* guess! Wouldn't be the first time someone pulled a swap, either. Lots of us have talked about it.

You have a 97 SSEi? I read another post that you don't have the headlight washers.....thought they were standard on the i.
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YEAH HE HAS A CHAMPANGE COLOR SSEi AND LIFTED HOOD WITH THE SERIES II ON IT THE FLAT BUMPERS WITH WASHER LIGHTS, AND THEY STOPPED THEM THEN EVEN SHORT BODIES HAVE THEM.
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I would like to correct any earlier post of mine....It stated that the 3800 SC Series II came out in 95.....It should have read late 96! Sorry about that guys (& girls - this means you too Wilwren!)
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THats right the 96 in the still 95 body style like my SSE its a 96 classified as a 97
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The Rat has humbled himself to ME. The demi-god worships the guru....begs forgiveness....ok I'm taking this too far, and he'll never do it again now.

What we really need here is a timeline on the forum. One that shows all the drivetrain and body changes, obd, etc. NA on top, SC on bottom. It'd really clear the picture up!
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The Rat has humbled himself to ME. The demi-god worships the guru....begs forgiveness....ok I'm taking this too far, and he'll never do it again now.

What we really need here is a timeline on the forum. One that shows all the drivetrain and body changes, obd, etc. NA on top, SC on bottom. It'd really clear the picture up!
NOT A CHANCE! I wasn't "HUMBLING" myself! I was just correcting a mistake I posted. The comment I was directing to you was that you wre associated with the "GIRLS"
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THats right the 96 in the still 95 body style like my SSE its a 96 classified as a 97
The new body style started in the 1996 model year.
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the new body is in 2000. the tweaked body started in 96. What i was saying was that they make the car in the year its made but a year later if u know what im talking about.
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