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Old 12-06-2006, 12:02 AM   #11
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The */C oil isnt a synthetic, hence the cow poop smell. Its made from animal fat and byproducts .

Correct filling is up to bottom of the threads of the filler on an M90. Where your level is at, is where most come from the factory, 4-5oz .
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The unrelated junk was moved to HERE:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=67586
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Old 12-06-2006, 01:28 PM   #13
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Found it, My local PONTIAC dealer has it 7.95 for 4oz. Stopping by there today to pick up a couple before I get to bolting everything back togeather. Ironicaly my PS pump is way low on fluid so Ill end up using the Red Line stuff I ordered anyway
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I may need to start another thread but I hope someone can answer this here. I got everything back togeather & running after a couple small mis haps. First i forgot to bolt the EGR pipe before I bolted the SC on so I had to pull off the throttle body off to get it. Than I accidently caught the cam position sensor behind the crank pully & cut the wires apart when I started it up. Got that fixed but was a pain in the Butt.
Any way everything is running fine so far no leaks that I can see & she starts right up. But its now doing something that it never done before. If you get on the gas & than let off it makes a odd soft pop through the exhaust. Its not a Back fire just a fluttering soft pop as best as I can describe. I ran it up to about 35 to 40 mph full throttle & few differnt times & each time I get the same sound when I let off the gas. I forgot to add it dosent do this under normal driving that I can tel.
Also the Boost gage at idel will flutter slightley every once in a wile. It will go from it'* normal "no Boost" or "Vacume side" resting spot to the first line & back. All the vacume lines are hooked up right & sound as far as I can tell. This may be something it'* done before that I just never seen, I dont drive the car except after I fix something cause it'* the wifes. And she dosent pay attichion to things like that except when something isnt running right that she can tell.
Anyway any ideas what these little things could be? So far it dosent look like anything thats a problem but I dont wont it to turn into one.
Thanks once again for any help.... Joe
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