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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 02-17-2009, 07:05 PM   #11
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Just for clarity the circled red area is where i believe the part came from. Correct me if im wrong but this is the forward band?

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MODS - Please move to /Mechanical and Maintenance Only/92-99
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That is the forward band servo according to the rebuild book. And thinking further about the bands.. that might be the piece of the casing that holds the band in place on the one side when the servo pushes on the other side to create the pressure that makes the band grab.
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You guys really get into this stuff don't you?
You remind me of that Dr. G medical examiner.
Do you think you can determine the cause of death of my cigarette lighter?
I'm impressed guys!
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Thank you all so very much for input. its given me insight. hopefully soon i will actually know where that piece came from and we can all solve the mystery. again thank you much, i will posting the results as soon as i know.
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You guys really get into this stuff don't you?
You remind me of that Dr. G medical examiner.
Do you think you can determine the cause of death of my cigarette lighter?
I'm impressed guys!
You are the DUDES!
Let'* say... I'm one of those guys with the tools and garage space. Friends stop over frequently. Beyond that..I break tons of stuff. It'* fun though.

SecretPoet, if you are correct, I'd venture to think that a new casing is needed. Maybe the input cluthes and that forward band. Hopefully it'* not much.

I do find it odd that the trans was rebuilt, yet the mechanic says he didn't do it. Ok..but is there a warranty.
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well its kind of complicated. i'v been going to the same auto place my entire driving career. my dads side of the family goes there as well. i talk to the owner personally, who doesn't deal with transmissions. he has a few mechanics on hand that specialize in certain fields. so really, no he didn't personally do it. my warranty expired around 2,000 miles ago, but he said he'* willing to work with me on it. i don't have to pay any labor fee'*. i only have to pay for whatever parts he figures out is damaged. so now i just wait and hope that its just a few little things, and not another major dent into my funds. (which are limited.) i told him to take it apart and figure out what it is and call me. i'm very anxious to find out. again i appreciate the imput.
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