Think I answered my own question.
The answer is “yes”. Here is a link to some Vatican II comments regarding infallibility
“the Roman Pontiff is not pronouncing judgment as a private person …but rather as the supreme teacher of the universal Church, as one in whom the charism of infallibility of the Church herself is individually present, he is expounding or defending a doctrine of Catholic faith”
and terms like “judgment”, “expounding” and “defending” refer to comments on existing questions, not on the introduction of innovations in faith. It goes on
“they pronounce it in accord with Revelation itself …”
meaning in accordance with existing public revelation. It concludes
“Under the guiding light of the Holy Spirit, Revelation is thus religiously preserved and faithfully expounded in the Church. The Roman Pontiff and the bishops, strive painstakingly and by appropriate means to inquire properly into that Revelation and to give apt expression to its contents…they do not allow that there could be any new public revelation pertaining to the divine deposit of truth.”
meaning that there will be no new public revelation, and that what the Church does is infallibly interpret existing revelation.
I guess I was trying to make sure that papal infallibility did not refer in any way to the Pope getting things “infallibly revealed” to him, if you follow me. It just means that his ex cathedra rulings are divinely insured to be correct.