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12-14-2016 05:24 PM
1Redline PPS - I still don't care what they say...these are the most fun little bastards I have ever driven...and I used to have a BMW 3 series. It Sucked compared to the Redline...IMHO.[/QUOTE]


agree..
I have owned a few cars and a couple new ones -


IRL "picks you up" and fun

only IRL in my area which makes it even better
12-14-2016 04:22 PM
1Redline I had the 1182 for 2 years then I took it to the dealer and they cleaned my injectors

and a new air cleaner

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I know laugh everyone

code gone for 6 months now
12-14-2016 01:55 AM
Outtatime Thank you very much...I'm coming up on 125k on my 2006 RL Comp and the clutch spring broke, and it's hard to shift below 40F until it drives about 5 miles.....I'm going to have to do some serious below dash and under-car work, these photos are a going to be a big help.
Macho Gracias !!!

TIIMBO

PS. - After all these years I am still fighting the dreaded 1182 code. I will add a log of my experiences in that thread.

PPS - I still don't care what they say...these are the most fun little bastards I have ever driven...and I used to have a BMW 3 series. It Sucked compared to the Redline...IMHO.
12-22-2013 10:12 AM
piratepress
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Originally Posted by Dust View Post
Is there a separate fluid necessary for LSD equipped transmissions?
Nope, they both use the same GM fluid.
12-21-2013 06:30 PM
Dust Is there a separate fluid necessary for LSD equipped transmissions?
12-13-2013 02:44 PM
piratepress Great how-to! It inspired me to change mine next weekend. I just ordered the fluid from my dealer.
05-06-2013 10:39 AM
rochford77 ugh, had to take a pry bar hold it up against the trans and the frame and put pressure against the frame, it flexed abotut 1/4 inch so i could get the tool out.....all is well :-)
05-06-2013 09:33 AM
GMRedline Worst case scenario you could lower the engine cradle to give you the clearance you need.



05-05-2013 02:16 PM
djames tighten the bolt back down till its just firmly on there and find something to pry the hex key out
05-05-2013 02:03 PM
redlining04 I believe I used mt-90 or something I cant remember but bottle in garage, great write up. Like the 90 allen wrench drain bolt is always a fun one.
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