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Old 09-10-2006, 06:41 PM   #1
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Anyone know what the part number is for the gas tank on a 95 SSEi? Or even the pricing for that matter, eventually I'll have to get the part number but for now I'm trying to budget for it. Thanks.
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I think it'* part number 25625215 that'* what'* on gmpd but have someone double check, or check with a dealer before ordering.
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AutoZ sells it for 107 for your SSEi. Compared to a little over 400 at GMPD. Shop around and see what you find.
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AutoZ sells it for 107 for your SSEi. Compared to a little over 400 at GMPD. Shop around and see what you find.
Thanks for the part # Sully1742, but I do agree with Mike1995, I'm liking $107. better. I'm going to have to see the pricing in Canada. Worst case senario, I'll have it shipped from the US.


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Just out of curioustiy, for pricing purposes, is the 95 different from the 92?

By the way, does anyone have a new tank that they can ship me for a great price?

Hey can you blame me for trying?


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92 was lacking some good baffling in the tank. 93-95 tanks are better (improved) and are compatible with the 92.

I have no idea about the construction or baffling of the Autozone $107 unit.
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92 was lacking some good baffling in the tank. 93-95 tanks are better (improved) and are compatible with the 92.

I have no idea about the construction or baffling of the Autozone $107 unit.
Thanks for the info Wren, when I price then out, I'll stay with the 95.
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92 was lacking some good baffling in the tank. 93-95 tanks are better (improved) and are compatible with the 92.
Ah, baffling...that explains it. I was baffled when I looked up the part numbers. There was one part number for the '92-93 (25608430) and then there was another for '92-95 (25625215). Since I didn't know the difference, I didn't post them at the time to keep from confusing anyone.

Thanks for clearing that up, Bill W.!
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I now have to figure out how to get it from Autozone to my place in Brampton.....I wonder if they ship to Canada? Hmmm.
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Awwwwwwww Crap, Auto Zone doesn't ship to Canada.........Crap again.

Hey does any one know whether there is a Auto Zone close to Niagra Falls Border? If so does any one have there ph # so I can call to check stock?


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