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Old 04-07-2004, 05:52 PM   #21
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Speaking of the o2 prices what is the gm part # for the front o2 for a 1999 SSEi? I'm getting sick of putting $35 every third day and only driving 220-240 miles per tank (16.5+ gallons per fill).
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Off the O2 and back on the mileage, I am getting about 320 straight highway in my '94. Though admittidly I would get better if I could leave for work ontime and not run 80 mph across the interstate. The lack of a working cruise and low tire pressure have been hurting too.
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380-420km per tank... depending how heavy my foot is....
So that'* 236-260miles.... kinda shitty compared to most I guess... hrm... probably due to my boost issue!?!?
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He he he..... On my 91 bonneville 3800 I was doind some serious foot planting for 60 miles or so and still managed 31 mpg....
WOW! I almost can't wait to take a long trip now... I would love to get over 30mpg. I never even did that well in my old Dodge Avenger, with its hamster-driven 2.0L 4-banger!
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AutoZone, Advance, Murray'* or the like.

Dealer'* are too pricy, so use www.gmpartsdirect.com as an alternative.
no one said NAPA WHY
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AutoZone, Advance, Murray'* or the like.

Dealer'* are too pricy, so use www.gmpartsdirect.com as an alternative.
no one said NAPA WHY
NAPA carries AC Delco. At least the local one here in Sauk Centre, MN does, as well as the NAPA in Alexandria, MN.
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Here is the updated mileage information on my bonnie.

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