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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 03-14-2008, 02:31 AM   #21
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hmmm, i would be interested in doing the nose drive too... 111,ooo miles now.. im so down to do that.. tons of machine shops around here... how about i take off my SC, mail it to you, and you do both for me

Any info will help.. I am interested in the nose drive too
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http://rollingperformance.com/snoutkits.htm

Theres your snout rebuild kits. If I recall correctly I should at least be able to see the shaft when I do the coupler.
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just bought intense coupler, and nose drive bearings.. no where to get rotor, and needle bearings?? are they important too ?
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No O-ring under pcv for sure, and no stores show one or have one... going to a junkyard to see if another has one later next week.)

Just installed:

NGK tr55'*

belden wires

some vacuum fittings,

ac delco o2 50 bucks ONLY at bennett auto - NO WHERE HAS ANYTHING BUT BOSCH DOWN HERE!!..

tried to re-install TB with the right gasket, but i lost one of the screws for one of the sensors oh well what can you do... i wanted to start the car and see if any of this helped, but i cant without that sensor properly installed.. looks like im going to ajunk yard first thing monday to take one off a car there ( gonna take some other goodies too )
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too see OLD platinum plugs. these are only 2k miles old on the car, what do you guys think from looking at these?
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Old 03-15-2008, 09:41 PM   #25
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Use throttle body cleaner to spray the crap out of the TB. If your taking the TB off you may as well spray the hole where air enters the SC as well. For the SC coupler job the throttle body can either come off attached to the SC or come off of it.

I did my coupler job and my boost gauge is stuck. I'm hesitant to make the tutorial until I figure out what is wrong. My guess is a vacuum line is not in the correct place.
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Looking at your plug pics, I have one observation:


Wrong plugs.


Never run Platinum in a supercharged or Turbo engine. Doesn't matter what they look like, they were the wrong plugs and shouldn't be in the car.
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just bought intense coupler, and nose drive bearings.. no where to get rotor, and needle bearings?? are they important too ?
www.rollingperformance.com has the needle bearings, but you might have trouble changing them if you've never done it before. You don't have a factory alignment jig, so forget the rotor bearings.

If your SC is an issue, please break that out in a seperate topic in Forced Induction.
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look here: http://statusplease.info/ssei2.html

what should be hooked onto the top piece ( windshield washer plug ) if anything?



where would the IAT sensor ( intake air temperature sensor go if you use an aftermarket cone filter right off the TB ?
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That piece is a vent. Leave it alone.

Mount the IAT into the back of the filter, or drill a hole in the pipe and use a rubber Grommet to place it.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=79065


It would help greatly if you would host and post your pictures here in the actual topic.
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