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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 03-08-2007, 01:38 PM   #31
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Ok Bill now your pissing me off!!!


Wires bad? IM REPLACING THEM!!!
Radiator cap Bad? IM REPLACING IT!!!
Gaskets bad? IM REPLACING THEM!!!!

WTF are you talking about when you say Im not replacing the actual bad parts??? Ok so MAYBE the coils werent Fn bad, but thought they were, so now they are new Big Fn deal.

As far as the tranny lines, Ill just wait for failure and then get stranded on the Fkn highway instead!!!! Heck I got ALL this money so I can afford a $200+ tow on top of a $35 dollar set of lines!!! Why not????

I mean, Its one thing when your trying to be helpful and im thankful for that, But its another thing when you post up with sarcastic remarks about my approach.

While patching the tranny line as you suggested may be a cheap easy fix, I know that I will always worry about it. YOU may feel comfortable doing that, but I dont!!! Whats so hard to accept about that? It seems that your frustrated at the fact that im not repairing my car to YOUR specifications. Yes I ask for advice on an open forum, but it doesnt mean I HAVE to take it. It'* my choice, and if my choice is to repair with new parts, at least I will have peace of mind about it not braking on me for a very long time. Im not asking you or anyone else to pay for my repairs, so I dont get what the freaking big deal is!!!

Lastly, if a new part should fail on me, im more than covered under warranty which doesnt have to come out of my pocket again. If I buy used, no warranty and I have to pay for another used part to fix it again if it fails.........I'm not totally against used parts, but in this case I am.

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Old 03-08-2007, 02:07 PM   #32
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So what all is wrong with the car? Lets have a whole list as we have become very scattered...

On the coils... You will 99% of the time never see more than 1 fail at any given time..

These cars also use the waste spark system... If there are any issues on an opposing cylinder you may have issues with the other cylinder as well...

The DIS system is a bit tricky, and if everything isn't functioning correctly as it should be the car will never run right..

And what codes did they get from the PCM, In other words what cylinders missfired and did you get a random multiple miss fire code?? Also note that once you swap out the PCM and the car has ran on the other PCM, or the Crank position has been disturbed the car must have a Crank Variation Learn performed... So if they ran it off a different PCM and then reinstalled yours, you need a crank variation learn sequence performed... The car may run, but the PCM may not know the true position of the crank to determine what cylinder miss fired where and when in the running sequence... So the PCM will not be able to detect or log the miss fires..

When you get into both of these systems you get into some gray shaded areas

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Coolant leaks from the cap
Misfire on 3 6 4 Cylinders. 3 and 6 were under load 4 was constant (no CES at this time)
knock sensor history (cleared)
Posts were corroded on coils cleaned them off, dielectric grease, put wires back on.

Now, this all started on Monday after I turned off the traction control, and burned rubber in the parking lot (a lil) while leaving the parking lot (allot until it stopped) and then once again trying to get over on the highway, which is when I noticed the stuttering.

No stuttering while driving under "normal" conditions, only when getting on the pedal.

This morning, I removed the Intense PCM and put back my stock PCM. With the little running space I had in the work parking lot, I was able to go past half throttle where as before it would immediately sputter as soon as I put a heavier load on it.

Chuck is going to do the Crank Sensor relearn with the tech 2 soon.

Thats pretty much it in a nutshell.
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