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Old 03-31-2004, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default Coolant Resivour Cap Missing (Part # Please)

I was showing the guys at work what CAI looks like this morning and noticed my cap is gone...
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Do you have any Pep Boys in your area? There is a product line called "HELP" in red boxes where you may be able to find a new one.
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Do you have any Pep Boys in your area? There is a product line called "HELP" in red boxes where you may be able to find a new one.
Right; here'* a picture of it as listed on a reseller website: http://midwayautosupply.com/detailed...iption.asp?413
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Thanks Guys, I'll go look around town.

Could I get some other Part #'*?

Like those three ***** on the dash that make the car hot and cold... And the peice inside the slide out ashtray part that is the real ashtray.... and the pass rear seatbelt...

That would be great
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Thanks Guys, I'll go look around town.

Could I get some other Part #'*?

Like those three ***** on the dash that make the car hot and cold... And the peice inside the slide out ashtray part that is the real ashtray.... and the pass rear seatbelt...

That would be great
I don't have access to the GM database for those (plus I think you'll need to tell us what color of seatbelt you need), but in case no one else responds to you about those, you might want to stop by a GM dealer, schmooze the Parts guy into getting those numbers for you, then see if you can get them from http://www.gmpartsdirect.com
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<-- Retard.... I didn't even think of that, even though I've done it before... I guess I'll post'em here when I get them.
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The Heater ***** are in with the "HELP" stuff too...
I bought them for my GP...its a GM miscellaneous 3 pack for 5-6 bucks....
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Those are all tough parts. The ***** aren't listed in my book. Seatbelt color needs to be known as mentioned, and my book lists the entire overflow tank, not just the lid.

25631814 will get you the overflow cap, but shipping will be ridiculous in comparison to the price. You can get a generic replacment that is identical in every way for the same price locally, no shipping.
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