file 1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E

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02 Jul 2015 15:23 #1079 by pontiacken
pontiacken replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
I was going to follow the GM instructions but if you can pass along the pics and some instructions that would be great!

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02 Jul 2015 16:03 - 02 Jul 2015 16:04 #1080 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
This is the tool, but don't expect to figure it out from this pic, LOL.





I'll get some details for you and post them up.
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03 Jul 2015 09:02 #1098 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: Re:1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Trevor says: It's a emergency portable air tank with a pipe fitting welded on the bottom, some hose running to a universal oil filter bracket, through the filter, to a hose that has an adapter to fit into the oil pressure sender hole. Fill the tank with the appropriate type and level of oil, connect hose to engine, add air to tank, remove air from tank when all oil has transferred to the engine. Install oil pressure sender, crank engine without starting to ensure pump isn't dry. Start engine.

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27 Oct 2017 09:32 #3922 by pontiacken
pontiacken replied the topic: 1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Ok everyone what have you done to get around the Photobucket debacle or to fix your threads?

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27 Oct 2017 21:34 #3923 by oestek
oestek replied the topic: 1967 Pontiac LeMans LS376/480 &4L80E
Yeah, that is a problem. All our images are hosted on our servers or on Google photos, so we weren't affected. Sucks that they elected to hold everyone's pics for ransom.

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