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Old 10-02-2002, 09:55 AM   #1
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96 Bonnie - Anyone know the part number for the plastic panel just to the right (driver side) of the airbox? Its the thing held down with two wing-bolt things and it covers some electrical stuff. Mine...uh...broke. Thx.
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Sounds like a job for the Rat... quick.. put on the Rat beacon so he knows he'* needed... and let him pull up his utility belt.. and he'll help ya with any part number ( since he works for GM and has all the bibles in his diposal.... lucky ***** hee hee.. )
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96 Bonnie - Anyone know the part number for the plastic panel just to the right (driver side) of the airbox? Its the thing held down with two wing-bolt things and it covers some electrical stuff. Mine...uh...broke. Thx.
I'm going to need a little better description if possible!
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Sounds like a job for the Rat... quick.. put on the Rat beacon so he knows he'* needed... and let him pull up his utility belt.. and he'll help ya with any part number ( since he works for GM and has all the bibles in his diposal.... lucky ***** hee hee.. )
Hey I resemble that remark!
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Sounds like he means the PCM cover--on the 96, it'* tucked in between the air filter housing and the fender--like he said, just a plastic cover with two long wingnut/bolt thingys that hold it down.

(and yes, "wingnut/bolt thingys" IS proper terminology dammit!)

Don't most GM parts have the P/N stamped in them? Got the remains of the roiginal?
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Didn't think of that. I'll run out to the parking lot and check during lunch...
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If it does, it may be a little better help. That P/N will be a "Production P/N" though & not a "Service P/N" but it'* a start!
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96 Bonnie - Anyone know the part number for the plastic panel just to the right (driver side) of the airbox? Its the thing held down with two wing-bolt things and it covers some electrical stuff. Mine...uh...broke. Thx.
Wesbo, I'm glad you brought this up because I just broke mine yesterday trying to check my air filter and the screw closet to the front is stripped. Only the other screw comes off.
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That'* similar to the fate that mine encountered. What a poopy design...
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Well here you go:
RE: 96 SE PCM Cover:
P/N: 25647543 & Lists for $ 51.95 CDN or Wholesale $ 41.56 CDN!
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I know, you've all heard this before, but run that number through www.gmpartsdirect.com , it'll probably be 1/2 that price.
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