Hi, little history, I started with a oldsmobiles, ('87 Eighty Eight and a '94 Olds Eighty Eight and an 94 LSS) but eventually got addicted to bonnevilles, however I'd love to own a 2nd gen Aurora. Nice cars for the price.
Either way, I own a bonneville now, well I changed the fuel sender today and decided to make an instructional video about it. In case you did not know, basically the same car.
I hope someone finds this useful. Thanks for this forum in providing the basic instructions, I decided to make a dumb-ed down version for all of us that are not that mechanically inclined or work other jobs for a living. 20 minutes or so but worth your time if your not familiar with the job.
Post by lanceslambos on Oct 12, 2010 10:56:06 GMT -6
good job, Randy T found these videos a year or two ago and they should be stickied after all!
'98 Aurora w/ Accurate Engines port & polished VIN Y 4.6 bored.30 over, NSP stage 3 PCM, K&N intake, performance exhaust, Razzi skirts, Lund wing, strut bar, custom paint, went on a diet and lost 160 lb.
Post by dynamic1964 on Oct 12, 2010 14:23:36 GMT -6
My friends call me Olds-Arne. In the garage: -64 Dynamic 88 Conv, -88 Custom C, -89 Cutlass Ciera Coupe 3,3 FE3 (for our son in about 4 years), -98 "winter"Intrigue, my wifes -02 Alero 3,4, -01 Silhouette, my queen: -02 Aurora 3,5 71k miles, -02 4x4 Bravada with many many miles