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Old 08-02-2006, 01:42 AM   #11
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Can anyone confirm this info I've gathered, as I plan on going to the wreckers soon and I don't feel like taking the fuel rails off of a bunch of cars to check for injectors.

Do the Injectors in 94 & 95 Bonnevilles look the same as the one pictured above from my 92 ?

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Can't you crazy glue the broken spacer back together?
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I probably could Crazy Glue the spacer back together but I don't trust that because of the heat from the engine.
I'm going the wrecker to try and find the exact same injectors either off a Bonne or another */C GM.

Thanks Anyways for the suggestion

Now I just need someone with a little more GM experience than me to confirm the list I got from the Dealer and AC Delco.

Anyone know if the list of cars above have the same Injectors as 92 came with from the factory ?

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Any 1991 to 1995 Series 1 L67, either Gen2 or Gen3.
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Ok
Thanks for the quick response

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How many spacers have to be replaced?
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None normally. I've never had to.
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Agreed.......You don't replace any Spacers on a Series 1 engine (unless you break one like me )

"If you have a Series 1 Engine like me (92-93) you only use the O-Rings from the kit.
If you break the original spacer on the injector your pretty much screwed as there is no replacement for the spacer that I have found.
This leaves you with 2 options buy a new Injector for $260 List price (Cnd $) OR go to the Wreckers and try to find one off a */C GM (Bonne, Buick etc.)
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I went and picked some up today from the wreckers
Hopefully they work.

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FYI.................There is a 3rd Option if you break the Spacer on an Injector, go to a place that cleans and services Injectors.

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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=60130

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First I've seen this post..

I would have suggested sending them out to FIE in the vendors forum.. Chris did a great job on cleaning and sericing injectors for me...

Low cost when you consider the price of the new ones.
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