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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 10-09-2007, 02:47 PM   #11
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Well..if you are less than 20.. just listen for an odd whining/siren sound.. That would be me buzzing past.

Seriously though.. come on over.. maybe this weekend..i hear it'* supposed to rain.
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The window problem is the same problem I have. I have replaced bothe switches and still does the same thing. So your guess is as good as mine.
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A buddy and a multimeter should be able to determine if the motor is bad or the connection.
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Well..if you are less than 20.. just listen for an odd whining/siren sound.. That would be me buzzing past.

Seriously though.. come on over.. maybe this weekend..i hear it'* supposed to rain.
Haha, I'm 23. Saturday might work, I work overtime until 2:30 and then I'm out for the day.

And to carry over from the other thread, I'm assuming you don't like white cars? Haha, the color wasn't my choice, it was the price of the vehicle that determined me buying it
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I hate my car. It vibrates so much you think a wheel is going to fall off.

Theres no play in either pass or driver side wheel, at all. PS axle looked screwed, bought and replaced it and it didn't change the vibration at all. $70 wasted.
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It would be in your best interest to run that type of thing past us before going and buying things you probably don't need.

For shaking, check your tires for cupping and you probably need an alignment really badly.

Did you ever make it over to bill'* place? alot of us would kill to live that close to bonnevilla, take advantage of it.
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It would be in your best interest to run that type of thing past us before going and buying things you probably don't need.

For shaking, check your tires for cupping and you probably need an alignment really badly.

Did you ever make it over to bill'* place? alot of us would kill to live that close to bonnevilla, take advantage of it.
Last weekend I called him a few times, and im'd him, got no response

I plan on changing tires to winter tires soon, and if it fixs the vibration I'll be happy. Otherwise I'll drive it into a brick wall.
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weekends are tough to find me. Gotta catch me on the cell.
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It vibrates so much you think a wheel is going to fall off
Have you checked for broken or loose tranny and motor mounts? Also, while you're under there, give it a good greasing -- and might as well catch the rear ball joints as well. Check that none of your steering and chasis fittings are loose or worn out. There may be something very obvious if you simply take a really close look. Grab and shake the tie rods and such a little. Same for stabilizers (front and rear), and the little mini-stabilizers at the front wheels.

(It'* best you assume that maintenance may have been neglected on this car, and you should at first just keep going after all the low-cost maintenance items you can.)

Also, while you're under there, check the cv boots for tears. Damage to your cv joints could cause noise on turns.

A must on a "new" old car is to clean battery cables, ground connections, and the cabin ground busses. It'* even part of a tune-up on older cars, I think. Lots of threads on this. See Techinfo on ground buss pics. Could have something to do with hard starting. Certainly can't hurt to do it.
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