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  2. So, they will use performance measurements to determine restrictor and rev limiter specs so that nobody dominates. Run the tests on bias-ply mud tires.
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  4. The new 5.5-litre normally-aspirated engine in Cadillac's DPi contender has had its restrictors reduced in diameter by 0.6mm to 31.6mm after dominating the official pre-race test at Daytona earlier this month. Read more:
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    Ouch. I thought NY was bad. The price for paradise. Or at least the far travels. Good luck. I hope someone can help you out
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  10. Hmm....maybe. Most here haven't work on a carb in 20 years. That should be a GM Rochester Quadrajet 4 barrel carb. At one time.....there were millions of them out there. The Buicks were set up a little different than the Oldsmobiles....a little different than the Pontiacs etc.....solenoids and vacuum pots etc were sometimes different.. Some early ones had a little metal ID tag....I think some had a part # on the carb housing. I would search Google Images. Do you have a picture of the part?
  11. “I think it’s safe to say that phase one of our strategy is proceeding according to plan,” de Nysschen said during a presentation at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit. “If we could achieve that level of growth that quickly with a relatively old product portfolio, you’ll understand that we’re highly optimistic about our prospects for when we start launching our new products.” Read more:
  12. Check grounds to make sure all went back.
  13. Jalopnik pointing out Cadillac has some effective, competitive lease offers svailable
  14. General Motors announced today that Flint Engine Operations will serve as the manufacturing site for the all-new Duramax 3.0L turbo-diesel for the 2019 Silverado. View the full article
  15. General Motors announced today that Flint Engine Operations will serve as the manufacturing site for the all-new Duramax 3.0L turbo-diesel for the 2019 Silverado. View the full article
  16. For the third year in a row, IHS Markit, a leading source of global automotive industry information, analysis and insight, has recognized General Motors as the company with the highest overall customer loyalty. Buick was also recognized with an award for the Most Improved Loyalty to Make during the 2017 model year. The announcements were made last night at the Automotive News World Congress held in conjunction with the North American International Auto Show. View the full article
  17. There you go. It is very likely the one that goes through the firewall to under the dash.It controls the HVAC and the parking brake release. should be easy to see the hard line being you are missing the rest of the blower box. It is underneath it somewhere
  18. possible throttle body and connector issue.
  19. The missing vacuum line is for mode control for HVAC. The line connects to a feed line down near the oil filter adapter housing, you will see a cluster of lines bolted to the cylinderhead.
  20. That is very helpful, thank you! Is there a web site that lists all of the options on the RPO sticker by chance?
  21. General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) today said it projects strong earnings in 2018, building on expected record 2017 EPS diluted-adjusted and previous record earnings in 2016 and 2015. View the full article
  22. '95 Deville Vacuum Lines

    When I set the parking brake, I had to reach under the dash and move a piece on the parking brake assembly to get it to release.
  23. Not to be confused with the window sticker.... Every GM vehicle has a RPO sticker. It shows all the option and color codes specific to that vehicle VIN #. They used to be on metal plates riveted to the car body eons ago...Not sure when they went to stickers. I think some GM trucks had stickers as far back as the late 60's. I think on the Escalade it is on the inside of the glove box door. The factory block heater option code is KO5.
  24. does the parking brake release? It may be the line that goes through the firewall to the dash. It controls the air mix doors and the parking brake release
  25. Bought my '02 used, 6.0 engine. No build sticker to be found. I have a funny feeling one wasn't installed though. Will find out once I can take it to the mechanic
  26. '95 Deville Vacuum Lines

    Thanks. On that first pic though, I have an open vacuum line coming towards the engine from the firewall area between the brake booster and where the blower is supposed to be.
  27. Fastest way is to look at the RPO build sticker. KO5 is for the factory block heater. Some were dealer installed....those would not be listed on the RPO sticker. Other way is to look at the block....drivers side toward rear end of the V. If the engine is a is in a different place. Pic shows for 4.8, 5.3 and 6.0L engines.
  28. Second pic.....I don't think anything is suppose to be there. Just a foam filter thingy. It looks like the foam retaining clip is still there. The little foam dust filters are typically long gone after the first couple of years...
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