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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 11-03-2005, 02:27 PM   #11
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CC The parts place will have the T stat number. I understand the Super Stants with lifetime replacement have a built in feature that if they stop working properly it'* engineered to break in the open only position. So you don't overheat.

Double check on that upper containing the TB gasket...I checked into it and they were all seperates for some reason.

Coolant elbow I had to get special from another local place that supplies to dealerships. They had the elbow in a red HELP package.
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CC, can you put your year and trim level in your signature? It'* very difficult to try and remember what everyone has.
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CC, can you put your year and trim level in your signature? It'* very difficult to try and remember what everyone has.
I knew I forgot to bust him on something..
96 or 98 SE??
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I'll just throw the throttle body gasket in there too...whats another 3.26 ??

Luckey for me, I have the whole week of thanksgiving off. But yes I will be very busy. My goal is to be able to drive my car by the end of the week. Which I could do by just fixing the brakes but I want to do it right.

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yup, sorry I forgot that I took it out.
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If you need any help with anything let me know. I will be doing my intake this weekend. I live in Clarkson. What College do you go too? Do you go to M.C.C.? I just got done doing the brake lines on my Bonnie, along with the E-brake. Pretty straight easy job! Its best that you make your own brake lines. You can buy the kit from advance, or autozone for about $40.00. I go to college at Sunny B.

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If you need any help with anything let me know. I will be doing my intake this weekend. I live in Clarkson. What College do you go too? Do you go to M.C.C.? I just got done doing the brake lines on my Bonnie, along with the E-brake. Pretty straight easy job! Its best that you make your own brake lines. You can buy the kit from advance, or autozone for about $40.00. I go to college at Sunny B.

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Having you along to do my brakes and intake and such would be pretty cool. But my car currently rests in ohio. 4.5 hours(with very little speeding) from rochester, NY. I go to RIT, which isn't that far from MCC.

Where did you get your brake line? fittings? tool? links?

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I went to RIT last year, but transfered to Brockport this year due to it being closer to home. I need to get the intake done this weekend before the snow starts to fly. The Acura Legend is going BYE, BYE, BYE for the winter. Do you have a car on Campus? Are you from Ohio, but going to school at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)? It sucks to have your car broken down in OHIO. This Bonneville I have is not in bad shape, but needs a little TLC. I bought this Bonneville less than a month ago, and I have noticed it has been eating coolant, but none in the oil. So, I guess it must be a bad intake manifold. If you need any help, just let me know.

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I went to RIT last year, but transfered to Brockport this year due to it being closer to home. I need to get the intake done this weekend before the snow starts to fly. The Acura Legend is going BYE, BYE, BYE for the winter. Do you have a car on Campus? Are you from Ohio, but going to school at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)? It sucks to have your car broken down in OHIO. This Bonneville I have is not in bad shape, but needs a little TLC. I bought this Bonneville less than a month ago, and I have noticed it has been eating coolant, but none in the oil. So, I guess it must be a bad intake manifold. If you need any help, just let me know.

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I hope you do your lower gaskets while you have most of the top end appart.

My parents moved to ohio a week before I came to RIT. so that is where she is sitting currently.

My bonne needs some TLC too...I just dont have access to it.

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Where did you get your brake line? fittings? tool? links?
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as for the help, answer me this :
Where did you get your brake line? fittings? tool? links?
He did answer you earlier...

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anyone know the coolant elbow part #'*??
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