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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 03-21-2003, 02:32 PM   #11
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Who sells the Navigator lights?
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Depends on where you are. Put your location in your profile, and fill your sig out with your year and model. It'll help alot!

I bought my Navigators at a run of the mill regional auto parts chain. You can find them on the internet, too. Blazertechs as well.....and there'* a procedure for converting to the Blazertechs in Techinfo. JSeabert found them at another local shop. We run the same lights now.
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the blazer install was simple for me (1994 SE)...not too sure if they're that much different for the sse/ssei'*. all i had to do was drill holes through the blazer bracket and the stock bracket. i ran a bolt with 2 nuts to keep the 2 together.
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Depends on where you are. Put your location in your profile, and fill your sig out with your year and model. It'll help alot!
Located in Cannon Falls, MN.
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Cannon Falls huh? Plan on attending the MN gathering April 26th. I live around Lonsdale/New Prague, but I'm in Minneapolis most of the time
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the blazer install was simple for me (1994 SE)...not too sure if they're that much different for the sse/ssei'*. all i had to do was drill holes through the blazer bracket and the stock bracket. i ran a bolt with 2 nuts to keep the 2 together.
It is pretty much the same for the SSE/SSEi configuration. The only difference might be on how you get to the light locations, wether it is thru the hood or underneath. Not hard to do it at all, did it to mine.
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really? my manual says a have 881'* hummmm.........



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How many watts are 881'*, and what year are you Mista?
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If I go to 885'* or 893'* from the 880'* will the fuse handle the extra watts or am I gonna have to get a bigger fuse. And looking at the manual it looks like the fuses were multipling like rabbits in my 98 SSEI from my 88 LE.
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I switched to the 885'* with my plastic lenses and have had no problems. I've been paying attention to them because of the talk here about plastic lenses and high wattage. It may be the lack of cold weather and precipitation that are saving my lenses though. In any case. if the lenses go the blazertechs or similar will replace them.
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