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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 04-05-2005, 08:35 PM   #51
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For now go ahead with the NGK TR55 sparks... They will be worth it...

As of this point I really don't know what to tell you... If the trans guy doesn't think its a trans problem, then you need to take care of all of the other issues first...

I do have a question tho as I'm not a supercharged guy( wishing I was... )

Will the EGR have as much of a driveability effect on an SC engine as it would an NA'd engine?

What if anything could cause these driveability issues?

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The NGK TR55 should be a copper plug... The box says V Power

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Old 04-05-2005, 10:35 PM   #53
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I just put Delco Iridium'* into my 95 SSEi and they are working great.

Is it just me or do these babies seem to have a few electrical nightmares?

Just bought a big tube of dielectric goop for my connectors!
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PLugs you can pick up NGK TR-55'* at any parts store...I got mine from NAPA in New Ulm....Just where I happened to be when I decided to get them and a few other things.....Personally I thin kthat we should set your car up like mine....T-Stat and all and then see what codes we get and go from there...I bought the stuff tonight to scrub the EGR on my car...never got that far....but I'll do it tommorow and go from there.

Your fuel trim code could be FPR related if you never had that changed. Could contribute to your starting problem too....I had kinda the same issue until I changed mine.
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Don't throw parts at it, ******* waste of money bro... Between this and gas, and women, you're never gonna get the mac.
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Don't throw parts at it, f*** waste of money bro... Between this and gas, and women, you're never gonna get the mac.
shut up richard....do i need to start a poll

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here is a vid of how my engine occationally starts up... pretty bad... you can really hear it in the beginning...sorry its dark out

hopefully the tuneup items above will fix it

http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=idling
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Don't throw parts at it, f*** waste of money bro... Between this and gas, and women, you're never gonna get the mac.
shut up richard....do i need to start a poll

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here is a vid of how my engine occationally starts up... pretty bad... you can really hear it in the beginning...sorry its dark out

hopefully the tuneup items above will fix it

http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=idling
Damn.... I don't like the way that starts.... Does it do that all of the time?

Next time before you start it cycle the ignition on and off several times, giving it long enough for the fuel pump to stop.. Then try and start it...

Got a fuel pressure tester? Lets rule things out 1 by one here..

What have you done so far?

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Could there be a vacuum leak? That can affect your fuel, idle, etc..
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Don't throw parts at it, f*** waste of money bro... Between this and gas, and women, you're never gonna get the mac.
shut up richard....do i need to start a poll

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here is a vid of how my engine occationally starts up... pretty bad... you can really hear it in the beginning...sorry its dark out

hopefully the tuneup items above will fix it

http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=idling
Damn.... I don't like the way that starts.... Does it do that all of the time?

Next time before you start it cycle the ignition on and off several times, giving it long enough for the fuel pump to stop.. Then try and start it...

Got a fuel pressure tester? Lets rule things out 1 by one here..

What have you done so far?
like i said before....it starts like that occasionally...like once every 10 times... usually after it had just ran, and had about a 20 min break...

dad checked vacuum leaks, other than that...havent done much... its never done the problem in front of him, so its hard to diagnos it...hopefully the vid will show him..
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I would suggest getting something like Autolite 605'* (available at Wal-Mart for $1.97 for two) and gapping them at .055-.057" (as per Nate'* suggestion). They're cheap, and will suit you well -they're the same as what I run now, and what alot of the GTP guys run without problem.
i bought these yesterday, but are they 1 range colder? 605'* are what the book at walmart recommended for stock
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