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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 03-27-2007, 11:25 PM   #41
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FTR, I saw them at my local autozone this evening.
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The problem is most times, the dealer only has the top elbow. If you have a Pep Boys, check there...they carry them.
I think I just need top elbow only in my case, or I missing something?
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If I knew what year this car was..I could verify how many elbows you need.
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If I knew what year this car was..I could verify how many elbows you need.
1998 L36
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If I knew what year this car was..I could verify how many elbows you need.
1998 L36
yes Sir, correct.
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98 should use just one. In 99 they started using two. The two are different in shape and it is obvious which one fits the LIM when you buy the "Help" two -pack.
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I know I know it'* been a while, car should be done a long time ago, but I got dragged in other things and now time to finally resurrect my friend Bonnie back to life
I already installed new LIM and UIM, water pump, spark plugs and many other accessories.
I have couple of questions thoughts:
Spark plug wires, what is the fire order, I have all connected to the igniter, but need to know which spark plug is # 1 #2 #3 , etc
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As mention earlier in this thread one of the quick disconnect fuel line (the one connecting to the fuel rail) is leaking when I just lightly touch it. I like to fix this, how can I do that?
If for the instance, I want to replace all fuel line, where the other end to remove (I hope I donít need to do that).
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Is it any tips for serpentine belt installation, it looks scary after I remove alternator
Is it any way to place it back at all gears without help? Do I need a special tool to measure how tight this belt is, and what the number should be for the used belt?
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Someone, earlier in this post mention to replace red coolant with regular good quality green. Is this a good idea, what is the benefit of it, except the price? I also prolly need to flash the old one out, hmmm, how can I remove the most, so it will not mix with the red left over, use water hose with running water?
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And lastly, what is a good online store to get a new rad? The old one from the car have side tank for transmission cooling.
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Again, I really appreciate for all your time and help.
Thanks in advance,
Alex
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