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Old 01-30-2005, 08:20 PM   #11
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No Series II L67'* until 1996. I've seen a 1995 L67 LSS and it was a M62'ed Series I L67.
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All depends on the price. It sounds like a rear seal and a trans, then address the trouble code. Sounds like fun if you can get it for under a grand..
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Ya I got more miles with less severe problems....Sounds like a good fix'er upper if the price is right and the parts are available.
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It looks like I will be checking it out tomorrow or tuesday.

So what was the main reason the HD trannies died?
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Over heating.......Biggest enemy of any auto trans......And our cars have horrible cooling for the trannys.
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Differentials get fragged fairly common -talk to Gordy (SSEi95) about it he'll show you the nitty gritty pics from that.
Also, the TCC solenoid and TCC are somewhat problematic.
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Quote:
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Differentials get fragged fairly common -talk to Gordy (SSEi95) about it he'll show you the nitty gritty pics from that.
Also, the TCC solenoid and TCC are somewhat problematic.
I think you are refering to this thread... lol

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...503&highlight=
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