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Old 02-27-2007, 03:20 PM   #1
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how do i go about changing it

94 0lds 88 the car whens its warmed up and i come to a stop it dies but it always starts back up
i figure just swap it because i have a extra one laying around
also i check grounds they seem to bee fine
also NO SES light
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What year and engine is your spare FPR from? 92/93 L67 is not the same as 94/95, for instance. Nor is S1 the same as S2 (L27/L36). They are not plug/play.

There'* a retaining ring on it. Disconnect vacuum, remove retaining ring, pull it out. It may be quite difficult to pull out.
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94L27-94 L27 so there the same
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