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Old 03-05-2008, 05:22 PM   #1
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What year balancer fits my '92 SSEi? I've heard only '92 fits. I've heard '92-'95 fits. What'* the right answer?
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Moved this one also. Forced Induction is for superCHARGER issues, not mechanical issues that don't pertain to it.

92 is the only year on your interchange.

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Moved this one also. Forced Induction is for superCHARGER issues, not mechanical issues that don't pertain to it.

92 is the only year on your interchange.

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You're right. I appologize. Thanks for the info.

Anyone know a good source for new '92 balancers? Everywhere I look only shows 93 and newer.
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I got the balancer for my '92 SSE */c from a Pontiac dealer.
The part# was 88960259, and that'* the actual number of the part that I bought and had installed, and it fit and works.

Note that before I bought the part from that dealer, a different Pontiac dealer said the part# was 25527381 and was replaced by 88959266, so beware - those part #* may or may not be correct.

I hope that helps.
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In a lot of systems, the new number will show up if you try to order the old part number.
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Thanks a bunch guys. That'* awesome.
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