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Old 05-10-2011, 10:55 AM   #1
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1. What year did the first Series II appear in a GM production car?
2. What transmission was mated to the motor in question 1?
3. How is the TB held onto an NA motor?
4. How many knock sensors are on the Series II motor?
5. What does the M90 designation mean?
6. What size is the head of the bolts holding the alternator bracket to the motor on a 98 GP?
7. How many map sensors were located on a Bonneville SC motor?
8. What does PCM stand for?
9. Where is the oil pressure sensor located on the motor?
10. How many transmission to engine bolts does the Series II motor/trans use?
11. What pitch are the bolts holding the SC to LIM?
12. What size and pitch are the DP to rear manifold bolts? (not head size)
13. What head size are the two nuts holding the wiring to the starter?
14. What transmission designation found in Gm 3800 NA vehicles until 1998 used a vaccum modulator for shifting firmness?
15. On the 4T65E transmission did the pan bolt size ever change? (size of bolt, not head)
16. What size is the pan bolt head for the transmission pan?
17. What is the lowest mounted accessory on the passenger side front of the engine bay?
18. When installing TOG'* do you need a specially bent dipstick tube?
19. How many nuts hold a strut mount to a strut tower?
20. Name the W body cars that were available with two heated seats.
21. How many friction plates make up the 4th gear clutch in the 4T65E transmission?
22. What is clipped to the rear of the power steering pump from the factory?
23. The stock GTP exhaust size differs from the stock GP exhaust size?
24. The Park Ave Ultra, Bonneville SSEi, Grand Prix GTP and Regal GS only came supercharged. What was the model name of the supercharged Riviera?
25. What size is the fuel return line on a 2000 Regal?
26. In 1997 did the GTP have an evap purge switch and an evap purge valve?
27. What is the GM body designation for an Slowsmobuick Intrigue?
28. Name the two sizes of torque converter bolt spacing.
29. Could you change a heater hose on a 2002 GP in an hour?
30. How many bolts hold a 99 GP alternator to the bracket (not including the bracket that goes to SC/head)
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1. 1921
2. 4t60
3. Superglue
4. 2
5. 90cin/revo
6.
7. 2
8. Powertrain Control Module
9. On the oil filter adapter
10. 6
11.
12.
13. 15mm
14. 4t65
15. mayhapsably
16. bigger than the state of Texas
17. A/C compressor
18. What is a TOG?
19. 3
20. Regal, Impala
21. 3.2 x10^98
22. Probably something to cool the alternator
23. No
24. lmgtfy
25. gigantic
26. yes
27. FF
28. awesome and extra awesome
29. Jesus could
30. 0
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1. 1995
2. 4t60
3. 3 nuts and a TB bracket (who still has one of those?)
4. 2
5. 90 ci of air
6. 13mm
7. 2
8. Power train Control Module
9. At the oil filter adapter
10. 7
11. 24
12. 12/20
13. 13 and 10
14. look at answer 2
15. Yes after 2000
16. 10mm
17. Fog Light
18. W body
19. 3 in front 2 in the back
20. Regal and Intrigue
21. 7
22. nothing
23. GT or SE?
24. Areivir
25. 7/32"
26. Valve
27. W
28. 265 245
29. After the engine is out.
30. It'* spot welded
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Juistin...I fear for your safety, because I think you recently did struts. Take another couple nuts and climb into your trunk please.
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My answer is simply 3
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there'* only two on each back there
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My head hurts after reading Bill'* post. I feel like SGT Shultz from Hogan'* Heroes...... I KNOW NOTHING, and in my case, i can't answer a single question.

I did enjoy reading some of the enlightened answers...
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I can answer #9-

It is located on the rear/ passenger side of the block, easily accessible with the passenger side front jacked up and front passenger wheel removed.
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No peeking at other answers!

1. 1995
2. 4T60E-HD
3. Three studs with 10mm nuts
4. Two
5. Supercharger model
6. 15mm?
7. One?
8. Powertrain Control Module
9. Behind the passenger front tire splash shield.
10. Across the top of the transmission, five with 18mm heads.
11. Fine thread?
12. 3" studs
13. 10mm on the positive cable, 8mm on the little negative one.
14. The entire 4T60 family (4T60, 4T60-E, and 4T60E-HD), but the stock modulator is usually non-adjustable.
15. *scratches head*
16. 13mm
17. Accessories only: A/C compressor.
18. You need a W-body transmission dipstick.
19. Four
20. Regal and Grand Prix?
21. *continues to scratch head*
22. The fluid reservoir?
23. Yes. The NA has 2.25" diameter exhaust, while the SC engines get 2.5".
24.
25.
26. Valve only?
27.
28. 245mm and 238mm.

At this point, I let the grade curve take over.
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