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  1. monayindabank
    12-13-2010 01:34 PM - permalink
    monayindabank
    if you want i can get a video of it
  2. monayindabank
    12-13-2010 01:34 PM - permalink
    monayindabank
    yeah the battery would have a full charge fresh from autozone actually i went through about 3 new duralast golds and when i turn the key to crank it you can hear the starter hit the flywheel and just stop
  3. monayindabank
    12-13-2010 03:44 AM - permalink
    monayindabank
    hey man if you get a chance check out my post in the tech area im trying to bring my firebird back to life
  4. BuMouTLaW
    11-29-2010 06:08 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Alright, sweet. Guess I'll look into it soon, most likely next paycheck.
  5. BuMouTLaW
    11-29-2010 05:57 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    So to reseal the intake manifold, I'll need new gaskets and silicon, so where can I get them? Can I hit up local autostores like O'Rileys, or do I have to buy them online? My cousin told me not to go cheap on gaskets, but I can probably get them cheaper online.
  6. BuMouTLaW
    11-20-2010 03:52 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Oh, ok. Thanks. I guess I'll try to fix that tomorrow along with my intake.
  7. NavyVet
    11-20-2010 03:40 PM - permalink
    NavyVet
    Yes it does. Oil is light brown. Tranny oil is ATF which is red.
  8. BuMouTLaW
    11-20-2010 03:09 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Does this seem like a reasonable answer to the leaking?
  9. BuMouTLaW
    11-20-2010 01:57 PM - permalink
    BuMouTLaW
    Hey, I got a quick question that requires your expertise. So my car has been leaking some sort of fluid; it looks like oil on the ground, but when I swiped my finger across it, it was a light transparent brown. When the shop put in the new t-56, it stopped leaking so much from the rear-main valve seal, but it's leaking from somwhere still.

    My question is this: My friend said that the front or back of the intake manifold have silicone seals and mine probably rot away. If we put on new silicone, it would be fixed. It's a four hour job that we would do, but I was wondering what your take on this would be, and if I do undergo replacing the silicone, what I should look for.
  10. Firebird51
    10-10-2010 11:43 PM - permalink
    Firebird51
    pics of your car make me miss my 97 TA so much

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  • About NavyVet
    Biography
    25 years Naval Aviation, 10 years as Stockbroker.
    Location
    Jacksonville, FL
    Interests
    Gardening, Web site managment
    Occupation
    Retired Navy
    Gender
    Male
    Vehicle
    1996 Firebird Trans Am
    Engine type and displacement
    LT 1 5.7ltr
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
    1/4 Mile ET
    0.000
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    96 T/A, Black/Graphite Leather, T-Tops, 6 speed, 10 speaker Delco/Bose "Monsoon"
    Original owner, 217k miles and counting.
    Total engine rebuild at 187,020 miles. AIR delete, bored .030 over.
    Comp cams Xtreme Energy LT1 266HR-14 street cam and springs.
    Custom leather interior at 190k miles. Total repaint 193k Miles
    26PPH injectors.

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