Thanks For The Info. I Will Try That Tonite. Also I Got A Code 54 Yesterday. Thats Fuel Pump Relay Short. Wouldnt My Fuel Pump Shut Down If The Relay Is Shorted? I Disconnected The Battery And Let It Sit. Took The Car For A Drive And The Code Never Came Back. I Did Recently Change The Fuel Filter And It Was Clogged. Could My Tank Be Dirty And Just Needs To Be Cleaned. Im Thinking This Could Be The True Problem.
It Was A Cracked Vacuum Hose. Wtf I Decided To Spend The Entire Day Looking At My Engine And I Heard This Hissing Noise. Traced It To Some Hose On The Firewall. Should I Go Ahead And Replace All The Vacuum Hoses Or Wait Until I Get My Engine Rebuilt?
I would for now, just look for all the bad ones. If you find them making your fingers black (and it is hard to get out) they are deteriorating, and only have a short life left.
You never know if the engine rebuild gets pushed out. bad vacuum lines are a headache as you move something and they crack. PCV is a good one for this on an Olds with the extreme angle the valve is to the hose. Get a right angle piece for it would help.