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Old 12-05-2005, 12:02 AM   #1
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What is the **** on the top o fengine for? It is sticking out of cover.
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I think we're going to need a better description, considering the 87-91 engines didn't have an engine cover like later years.

Perhaps you posted this in the wrong section?
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It does have an engine cover, but doesn't cover as much as the newer ones. I'm thiking he'* probably talking about that little black **** sticking out. That is to relieve the fuel pressure on the fuel rail.
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Oh Im sorry thats what I meant and I have A 2000 sse
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Oh Im sorry thats what I meant and I have A 2000 sse
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I think you may be slightly confused. A 2000 SSE doesn't exist. If you aren't sure take a picture of your car and post it. We can figure it out for ya.
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And if it'* a 2000 SE, SLE, or SSEi, let'* say the **** sticking out the cover is your oil fill cap? Do you have an owner'* manual?

I'll move this.
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the only thing coming out of the cover on a 2000+ SE/SLE is the oil fill cap, a 2000+ SSEI also has a wing nut to hold the cover on i believe
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the L67 do have a wingnut that attaches the cover to the */C
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I hear an echo.
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ya just confirming toasty Bill....
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