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Old 06-18-2007, 06:56 PM   #1
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I recently picked up a 95 Bonne and it needs a few parts. There is a 92 Bonne for parts on my local Craigslist. Is there any interchangeable parts on the two? I need the PS cooler and line, the AC compressor clutch, and the cup under the pass side inside door handle. Would any of these interchange on my 95? Thanks.
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Well the 95 SE has the Series 2 L36 motor while the 92 would have the Series 1 L27, unless it was supercharged, in which case it would have the L67.

I'd guess the AC clutch could be the same, but I don't know for sure.

Almost all interior parts will swap without any problems.

Power Steering is located in different areas on those motors. Any lines are probably different.

Someone should be able to give more definite answers for you.
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Yeah that sounds about right. I called about the car and it turns out that I already looked at it. Its a 92 SSEI with the wrong SC on it. The original SC blew up at the snout and the guy had the pulley laying on the front floor. He told me that he put a SC on it and it didn't run right and I saw that the inlet hose was smaller than the TB. I then looked at the SC pulley and noticed it was a 94-95 SC. I grabbed the one on the floor and showed him that it was the wrong SC. Anyway the car is pretty much a parts car to me. I explained to the girl today that I was the one that told him to exchange the SC for the right year, and she said he did and they gave him the wrong one again. Lol!! The best thing to me on this car is cloth AL7'*. I think I will just head down to the Pick N Pull in IL. Thanks for the help.
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