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Old 12-05-2005, 06:27 PM   #11
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What is the **** on the top o fengine for? It is sticking out of cover.
If you have an L36 (not supercharged), are you referring to the **** on the backside of the engine cover that is utilized to secure the cover in place?
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Old 12-05-2005, 07:13 PM   #12
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What is the **** on the top o fengine for? It is sticking out of cover.
If you have an L36 (not supercharged), are you referring to the **** on the backside of the engine cover that is utilized to secure the cover in place?
i wouldnt call that a "****", mark, i would call it a little dink that sits inside of a slot tho..
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Hold on I feel a photo coming on... Give me 10 mins or so...
And here they are... I believe it is just a hold down for the engine cover.
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Here you go and almost to post 700, wahoo... And when I hit 1000 I have something special planned.
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:00 PM   #14
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Many apologies guys,its a 1990 sse and I was talking about that fuel rail pressure relief.Is it only used for the rail and how do I relieve fuel pressure to change fuel filter,sorry again and thankyou.
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Oh Im sorry thats what I meant and I have A 2000 sse
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Oh man sorry to cause such a stir , other car is 2000 , many apologies its a 1990 sse and it is the ffuel pressure reliever I guess.If your not pi$$ed at me can you tell me how to relieve pressure to change fuel filter*
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Oh man sorry to cause such a stir , other car is 2000 , many apologies its a 1990 sse and it is the ffuel pressure reliever I guess.If your not pi$$ed at me can you tell me how to relieve pressure to change fuel filter*
no one here is pissed at you.. it was just a silly mistake that i tried to take a poke at you with.
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well thanks for replying anyways guys,Im learning.
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for a response on how to bleed out the fuel pressure, i would post in the appriate year section for your car.. try to keep one topic per thread
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