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Old 02-24-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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My manual has done gone missing, so I need a question answered quick. My beater (the 95 olds 88 lss) went under the knife to get new LIM gaskets, */C gasket, and coupler...

But I don't think I've got all of the LIM bolts out. I've taken out 9, but it seems like there should be one more right around where the thermostat housing is. There'* no detectable movement in the LIM when tapping with a rubber mallet...

Am I missing some bolts? With an engine this dirty, it'* awful hard to tell...
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Did you get the one behind the coolant temp sensor? You have to remove the sensor to get it out.
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Did you get the one behind the coolant temp sensor? You have to remove the sensor to get it out.
Hmm... haven't removed the sensor. So there'* one behind it, eh?
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Bugger.

Thanks for the heads up.

Next week, I'll have to find out where that stinking manual has gone and run off to...
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