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    Pulling it period haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANGRY BIRD View Post
    Pulling it period haha
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    camshafrt bearings and crank shaft and bearings but desided to get the whole engine rebuilt for $750.

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    Smart idea kuch easier that way. L36/ L26's are a dime a dozen. I've bought 2 now. you can find them super cheap if you look hard enough.
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    can u send me a pic of the back left side of the motor to see where all the small hard plastic lines go cuz im missing one and dont know where it go's ????? richard.holaway2@YAHOO.COM

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    I used this tutorial to step by step remove the Engine from my 2000 Firebird 3800 Series II, install a brand new engine, and breath life into a great car who was headed for the scrap pile. Also, it made me look like the MAN in my neighborhood. Everyone was watching, telling me I was over my head, I am wasting time and money etc... When they heard that engine roar, my neighbors actually came out to watch. This site is awesome. This tutorial is awesome. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richyrich View Post
    can u send me a pic of the back left side of the motor to see where all the small hard plastic lines go cuz im missing one and dont know where it go's ????? richard.holaway2@YAHOO.COM
    Left = Driver side

    i'm assuming your talking about the passenger side though.

    this is about the clearest pic i have of those lines.

    I do have a few spare lines lying around if your missing one.

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    Hey richard,

    this should answer your question.

    http://camaroforums.com/forum/genera...nection-32390/

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