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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 03-03-2005, 02:06 PM   #21
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I'm missing something... How did this happen? All I've gotten of the story is that it was g/f related!
You know how these trannies work... Go to shift it in gear and rev at the same time and the shift solenoid is a little slow to get there, than all of the sudden WHAM!!!!! It goes in gear... Thats some nasty force for a trans thats sitting still...
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I'm missing something... How did this happen? All I've gotten of the story is that it was g/f related!
You know how these trannies work... Go to shift it in gear and rev at the same time and the shift solenoid is a little slow to get there, than all of the sudden WHAM!!!!! It goes in gear... Thats some nasty force for a trans thats sitting still...
Right... I gotcha.

Not to be morbid, but he did is actually quite impressive!
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I'm missing something... How did this happen? All I've gotten of the story is that it was g/f related!
You know how these trannies work... Go to shift it in gear and rev at the same time and the shift solenoid is a little slow to get there, than all of the sudden WHAM!!!!! It goes in gear... Thats some nasty force for a trans thats sitting still...
my bro did this on my dads old car and he broke an engine mount (hes lucky he didnt break more....
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I'm missing something... How did this happen? All I've gotten of the story is that it was g/f related!
You know how these trannies work... Go to shift it in gear and rev at the same time and the shift solenoid is a little slow to get there, than all of the sudden WHAM!!!!! It goes in gear... Thats some nasty force for a trans thats sitting still...
Right... I gotcha.

Not to be morbid, but he did is actually quite impressive!
Yes it was... I got corrected too... When I saw that my first thought was L67 trashed another tranny... But damn its not an L67...

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I see. You shifted in gear and during that delay before it actually engages the selected gear you hit the gas and it slammed into gear blowing the diff. My dad it natorious for doing that. Our old 89' Grand Marquis took a good 2 seconds to engage and it would always hit hard because dad would already be on the gas. The 93' Olds 88 he owns now engages much quicker. My 97', however, takes a second from park to reverse. Reverse to drive is good though. Sorry to see you need a whole new trans. Luckely you have the light duty so it shouldn't be too expensive.
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How old is she, anyways? Usually elderly people are easy on the gas.


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I let my ex gf drive my ole 89 SSE, she never shifted after the same..

Dumped in D with the tach near 4,500 RPM...


her response: oh,wtf..my moms van does makes the van zoom really fast (this is the same van thats in the mechanic shop for a blown head and a slipping tranny)
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How old is she, anyways? Usually elderly people are easy on the gas.


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shes 21 and i was driving nobody will ever drive my car
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shes 21 and i was driving nobody will ever drive my car
Gonna sell the bling blings to repair the tranny?
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