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Old 07-25-2004, 11:40 PM   #1
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Well.. going to a all you can carry salvage yard 2 weekends for now

Unfortunetly the only Bonnies I saw there today was 89 90 91 93 Bonnie.

I know I'm lookin for a lamp control module.. but was wondering if 93 Lamp Control Module would work with mine?

what bout a 99 Grand Prixs????
Does anyone else know what parts are interchangeable???

( So When I go to the sale I can look for those cars specific )



P.*. Is the 95 and 93 tails the same?
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93 and 95 tails are the same, but the lamp control module will probably be 96-99 specific. I'll have to check my book to be sure.

BTW, there are 2 lamp control modules on a 93.
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BTW, there are 2 lamp control modules on a 93.
BAST!D !!!! So that means OBD-I stuff don't fly with mine than...

So do you think a 99 Grand Prix would be the same?? (I don't really see why GM would redesign it for that car ) and where is it located on that car??

What other H-body cars are there?
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GP will probably NOT be the same, and it has nothing to do with OBD generations.
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Are the lamp controls seperated by twilight sentinel? If that'* why they're different, he may be in luck.
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Are the lamp controls seperated by twilight sentinel? If that'* why they're different, he may be in luck.
I don't know.. as far as I know.. I think they are.. the twilight sentinel senses the light and when it'* dark enough it tells the (lamp Control Module) to flick over to all lights "on" mode ( I don't know the jargon for it so that will do )

When I don't have my windows down and or music cranked.. I can physically hear a click of it switchin but the DRL then goes out.. and nothing comes on.. I have to manually pull the light switch to turn all the lights on for dark. The reason I think again that it'* the LCM is that also controls the lights flickering when you press lock/unlock on your FOB and mine is programmed correctly, but no light flashes.. so I think thats what causing it.

Unfortunetly there'* no 96+ bonnie I saw @ the wrecker (standard auto for the whose in Ontario) so bunch of GA, GP'* but thats it.

Help me out folks.... pleaase.. the sale is 2 weekends for now, and I'd like to know if it'* worth goin or not. If I can't get that part off either a GP or some other similar car there'* no point in me going.

P.*. Also need a list of H-body cars too please
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Gm H bodys:

Pontaic Bonneville
Olds Eighty Eight
Buick LeSabre
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Gm H bodys:

Pontaic Bonneville
Olds Eighty Eight
Buick LeSabre
So what year of those model cars did they go to OBD II? Do you think the Lamp Control Module would work on a Bonneville? If so, where are they located on the car?
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Gm H bodys:

Pontaic Bonneville
Olds Eighty Eight
Buick LeSabre
The "C" Bodies also might work out for you
Olds 98
Buick Park Avenue
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Kewl.. than ol'timer

hahahahaha.. thats just funny when i read it..

Now I need to find someone in the inside of GM to let me know about the LCM.. I desperately need to see which car would work on it.. as I have a shoppin list for other members to get some stuff and won't be going if I can't get my LCM.
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