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Over my thanksgiving break I will be doing a lot of work on my car. (listed below) I have some questions just to make sure I have everything I need, before I get started. Questions in bold.

LOWER GASKETS
1 lower intake gaskets
.....FelPro MS95809. It says first design w/o locating pins, is this correct??is there a 2nd design?
2 upper intake gaskets
..... FelPro cant even find the part number
3 throttle body gasket
.....cant find part number
4 injector "o" rings
.....are these car specific?
5 vacuum lines. (none have been replaced so I will do that while I am in there)
.....What sizes should I have on hand?
6 coolant elbow
.....part #?

OIL PAN GASKET
1 gasket
.....FelPro OS34410R

180 DEG T-STAT
1 which t-stat should I get? there are so many choices
2 paper gasket
.....part # ?
3 rubber gasket
..... part # ?

TRANNY FILTER
1 filter
.....AC delco TF304
2 gasket
..... 20 hole gasket? RelPro TOS18697 ???

BRAKES
1 brake line
.....3/16" I believe is the correct size. where should I get it?
2 Fittings
.....a: the fittings that go into the proportioning valves (4)
.....b: other fittings, what should I get?

3 flare tool
.....reccomendations?


I know there are a lot of questions here, but I appreciate any help possible.

Also, if you can think of other things that I should just replace/clean/do while I am at it (PCV valve, clean/replace EGR, etc) please fill me in

Thanks
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Over my thanksgiving break I will be doing a lot of work on my car. (listed below) I have some questions just to make sure I have everything I need, before I get started. Questions in bold.

LOWER GASKETS
1 lower intake gaskets
.....FelPro MS95809. It says first design w/o locating pins, is this correct??is there a 2nd design? *
econd design is the one you want MS958091
2 upper intake gaskets
..... FelPro cant even find the part number
Plennum (aka upper intake) MS95812
3 throttle body gasket
.....cant find part number
Felpro 61093
4 injector "o" rings
.....are these car specific?
Fel pro ES70599 you need 3
5 vacuum lines. (none have been replaced so I will do that while I am in there)
.....What sizes should I have on hand?
6 coolant elbow
.....part #?

OIL PAN GASKET
1 gasket
.....FelPro OS34410R

180 DEG T-STAT 195 is 45849 (180 not online in stant)
1 which t-stat should I get? there are so many choices
2 paper gasket
.....part # ?
T stat housing seal (aka paper) 35486
3 rubber gasket
..... part # ?
T stat seal (aka rubber) 35595

TRANNY FILTER
1 filter
.....AC delco TF304
ATC FK190 comes w/rubber gasket. Reuse original gasket if possible. It'* supposed to be reused.
2 gasket
..... 20 hole gasket? RelPro TOS18697 ???

BRAKES
1 brake line
.....3/16" I believe is the correct size. where should I get it?
2 Fittings
.....a: the fittings that go into the proportioning valves (4)
.....b: other fittings, what should I get?

3 flare tool
.....reccomendations?


I know there are a lot of questions here, but I appreciate any help possible.

Also, if you can think of other things that I should just replace/clean/do while I am at it (PCV valve, clean/replace EGR, etc) please fill me in
Fuel Filter GF578
PCV PV892



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5 vacuum lines. (none have been replaced so I will do that while I am in there)
.....What sizes should I have on hand?
You may not have to replace the hard lines, they will usually hold up pretty well. I just replaced all the rubber connections for the vacuum lines, as they were pretty well deteriorated and one had split. In any case the rubber hose pieces are 7/32" or 9/32" (about a foot of each is plenty). You should also check the rubber tee coming off the throttle body. Mine was cracking and I had to buy it at the dealer.

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180 DEG T-STAT 195 is 45849 (180 not online in stant)
1 which t-stat should I get? there are so many choices
I have a noob question here... What is a "stant" 180* t-stat? I plan on doing some work myself this weekend and the 180* drilled stat is on the list.
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CC, I think we need to talk
I think you're right.

thanks a LOT bill, saved me a LOT of time.

also, thanks lash.
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5 vacuum lines. (none have been replaced so I will do that while I am in there)
.....What sizes should I have on hand?
You may not have to replace the hard lines, they will usually hold up pretty well. I just replaced all the rubber connections for the vacuum lines, as they were pretty well deteriorated and one had split. In any case the rubber hose pieces are 7/32" or 9/32" (about a foot of each is plenty). You should also check the rubber tee coming off the throttle body. Mine was cracking and I had to buy it at the dealer.

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180 DEG T-STAT 195 is 45849 (180 not online in stant)
1 which t-stat should I get? there are so many choices
I have a noob question here... What is a "stant" 180* t-stat? I plan on doing some work myself this weekend and the 180* drilled stat is on the list.
Stant is a brand name.

On phone w/Advance for the other gasket numbers
T stat seal (aka rubber) 35595
T stat housing seal (aka paper) 35486
Plennum (aka upper intake) MS95812

Above post by me edited to include these numbers.
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I have a noob question here... What is a "stant" 180* t-stat? I plan on doing some work myself this weekend and the 180* drilled stat is on the list.
Stant is a brand name.

On phone w/Advance for the other gasket numbers
T stat seal (aka rubber) 35595
T stat housing seal (aka paper) 35486
Plennum (aka upper intake) MS95812

Above post by me edited to include these numbers.
Thanks. I had a suspicion that was the case, as I've read posts indicating that a stant t-stat was somehow better. I'll look into that tonite.
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updated list with everything above.

LOWER GASKETS
1 lower intake gaskets
.....FelPro MS958091
2 upper intake gaskets
.....MS95812
3 throttle body gasket
.....FelPro 61093
4 injector "o" rings
.....ES70599 x3
5 vacuum lines. (none have been replaced so I will do that while I am in there)
.....7/32" and 9/32" some of both
6 coolant elbow
.....part #?

OIL PAN GASKET
1 gasket
.....FelPro OS34410R

T-STAT
1 Stant, get a 180 at a store
2 paper gasket
.....35486
3 rubber gasket
.....35595

TRANNY FILTER
1 filter
.....AC delco TF304
2 gasket
.....FelPro TOS18697

BRAKES
1 brake line
.....3/16" I believe is the correct size. where should I get it?
2 Fittings
.....a: the fittings that go into the proportioning valves (4)
.....b: other fittings, what should I get?

3 flare tool
.....reccomendations?

PCV
.....PV892

FUEL FILTER
.....GF578


Also, if you can think of other things that I should just replace/clean/do while I am at it (, clean/replace EGR(gasket??), etc) please fill me in

Thanks

PS. in case you are wondering why I am doing all this, my exhaust smells like coolant and my tank keeps getting drained. Upper was replaced 30k ago. I am guessing lowers, because they are known to be crappy and mine are origional. Also, my oil pan has a slow leak. And I drive hard so replacing the tranny filter while I am under there can't hurt. Not to mention the hole in my brake line
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Oh, I forget to say that if you do decide to replace the hard vacuum lines. One of them is 5/32", coming off your throttle body at the rubber tee connector.

Sounds like you have a very busy Thanksgiving weekend planned. I hope you have someone to help you get it all done, 'cause it sounds like more than I'd want to take on myself. Good luck!
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Oh, I forget to say that if you do decide to replace the hard vacuum lines. One of them is 5/32", coming off your throttle body at the rubber tee connector.

Sounds like you have a very busy Thanksgiving weekend planned. I hope you have someone to help you get it all done, 'cause it sounds like more than I'd want to take on myself. Good luck!
I'd say everything on the list is really simple... The brake system may turn into some fun tho...

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