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Old 12-08-2017, 09:08 PM   #8
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Re: 96 Wagon Code P0300, running rich

Originally Posted by Tech II View Post
Doing a complete tuneup on these LT1's was a nightmare, because it involved removing the water pump to get to the cap/rotor, and if the w/p had never been replaced, you were putting a new one on, because that weep hole was right on top of the optispark ...... removing/replacing wires was a nightmare......getting at the plugs was not easy.....and you never did it on a hot engine....customer would have to leave it overnight...
Preahin' to the choir, brother, but doing it CORRECTLY is essential. Lucky that the B/D bodies all had vented Optis in every year. Not all F/Y bodies did.
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