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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 07-14-2005, 04:05 PM   #11
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Side note...Randy is on his way to my place for FSM'*...told him to grab my 95 if he needed a loaner. The 64 million dollar question is...which car will be there when I get home?
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Side note...Randy is on his way to my place for FSM'*...told him to grab my 95 if he needed a loaner. The 64 million dollar question is...which car will be there when I get home?
The 95...

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Randy they should be servicable to the point that most likely it is full of gunk and stuff and that'* keeping it from operating properly. Next to Dan'* shop (behind lowes in springfield) is a place that services / repairs starters and alternators.

If you need a loaner just grab one of mine, keys are on the rack at the top of the stairs
napa # 2465116 69 dollars if u wanted to purchase one with a warranty
Kenn...is that a normally stocked item in most Napa stores? And where does the part number end..lol
yes it is and the par number is 2465116 is the number it cost 69 bucks
Kenn, Just had to ask... What years and models does that starter cross over to in the Bonneville line?

I'm going to have to guess and say that that would be a Direct drive starter due to the price as the Gear reduced units are very expensive...
do u want part numbers for starters and years for the bonnie??
Sure if you have the time.... How about 91-99

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Side note...Randy is on his way to my place for FSM'*...told him to grab my 95 if he needed a loaner. The 64 million dollar question is...which car will be there when I get home?
The 95...
I've got the 97 with me...so it'll either be my 95 or his 93. We'll see...lol
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YRS NAPA PART # ENGINE

87-91 246-5050 ALL ENGINES

92-93 2465097 */C
2465077 N/A

94-95 2465077 */C & N/A

96-99 2465116 N/A
246-5109 */C

this is weird i pulled every starter i had in stock and compared them and they are different but only by a lil bit what is really weird is the 92-93 starters it looks like gm didnt know what to do with themselves on these so they kept it through 95 and then went gear reduction in 96 but some 95 and 94 models have the gear reduction go figure the only thing that makes sense is the 87-91 good ole LN3
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YRS NAPA PART # ENGINE

87-91 246-5050 ALL ENGINES

92-93 2465097 */C
2465077 N/A

94-95 2465077 */C & N/A

96-99 2465116 N/A
246-5109 */C

this is weird i pulled every starter i had in stock and compared them and they are different but only by a lil bit what is really weird is the 92-93 starters it looks like gm didnt know what to do with themselves on these so they kept it through 95 and then went gear reduction in 96 but some 95 and 94 models have the gear reduction go figure the only thing that makes sense is the 87-91 good ole LN3
Thats what I thought you'd find....A Mass ball of confusion... Its funny tho, the Park Avenues used the Gear reduced starters as well but the Le Sabres used the direct drive... Lost here...LMAO

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YRS NAPA PART # ENGINE

87-91 246-5050 ALL ENGINES

92-93 2465097 */C
2465077 N/A

94-95 2465077 */C & N/A

96-99 2465116 N/A
246-5109 */C

this is weird i pulled every starter i had in stock and compared them and they are different but only by a lil bit what is really weird is the 92-93 starters it looks like gm didnt know what to do with themselves on these so they kept it through 95 and then went gear reduction in 96 but some 95 and 94 models have the gear reduction go figure the only thing that makes sense is the 87-91 good ole LN3
Thats what I thought you'd find....A Mass ball of confusion... Its funny tho, the Park Avenues used the Gear reduced starters as well but the Le Sabres used the direct drive... Lost here...LMAO
why would gm do such a thing???
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Probably because they didn't think about it. They probably just said.."hey this one will work" and put it on.
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Probably because they didn't think about it. They probably just said.."hey this one will work" and put it on.
I think that might have been it....

I have one here that crosses over to many 3800'*, 3100'* and 3400'*.... Freaky I tell ya...

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Bump...

Has anyone figured this out yet?

I was thumbing through the service manual for the 95, and there are indeed 2 diffrent starters....

But it says both have the same amount of starting power... In otherwords the Gear reduced will be as strong as the Direct Drive, but in a smaller package... The service manual even shows a detail of parts in the starter...

If anyone has ever taken apart a power screwdriver, the gear reduced starter works in much the same manner.... Just smaller..

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