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Old 06-29-2009, 12:12 PM   #1
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Which cars have the L36 and which cars have the L67? May seem like a silly question, I just wanna know.

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It'* not really an easy and clear thing.

95+ SE, SSE and SLE had the L36 (A few exceptions exist, mostly special orders though)
92+ SSEi had the L67, but in 92-95 it was Series 1 L67 and when it went to Series II they kept the L67 code.

That'* just listing Bonnevilles and not getting into Park Aves, Regals, Grand Prix etc.
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Very true then you have the L26
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who has the L26?
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Grand Prix'*.
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For Series 1, there'* the L27, a naturally aspirated engine and the L67, a supercharged one. With Series 2, The L36 is naturally aspirated while the Series 2 L67 is supercharged. The Series 3 was never offered to Bonnevilles since production pretty much ended by the time it came out, but the L26 is NA and the L32 is supercharged.

L27 engines from 1991 to about 95, but Bonnevilles had this engine from 92 to 94.

The Series 1 L67 was available from 92 to 95 on Bonnevilles.


1991-1995:
1992-1995:

The L36 was available from abot 2004 in some cars. Here'* a huge list of all of them.
The Series 2 L67 was found in these cars:

It looks like the popularity faded with the switch to the Series 3. Here'* a tiny list of the L26 cars.

And the L32 was only available in:
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Thank you Rad. The info posted above is 100% correct
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You're very welcome!
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Thanks for the time put into getting the info
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No problem! Glad to have helped. Now we can link people to that list when questions like this come up. Though this still doesn't explain what these engines are. Just engine codes and induction.
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