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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 08-27-2002, 02:16 PM   #11
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I told them exactly that. No pieces! They said to make it cheaper they would take the fenders and not used body parts off. So intact it would be but the cost would be kept as low as possible by removing parts you donít need. Otherwise as you have requested they have your request now literally searching all yard databases within the United States. Arenít you special. Oh they will also send pictures so you can see the exact product you are getting.

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TERMINATOR, TERMINATOR, TERMINATOR, TERMINATOR, TERMINATOR!!!!! Thats hardly what I would call difficult. How does this sound, I can get you a 1998 bonneville ssei with 75k miles that has been hit in the passenger side rear quarter pannel, no air bags, but everything else works, and guess the price........ YEP 2,000. NOW GO GET ME A REAL CHALLENGE!!!!!! AND NICE WORK DEATHRAT ON THOSE OTHER PARTS!!!!!!
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You guys are getting brutal. Let'* see who can find a flux capacitor first.

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How about a HVAC programmer for a 96 SSE--mine is throwing the air mix door code, and the flow chart in the manual mostly points at replacement of the programmer, and I don't really want to pay $450 if I can help it
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AND NICE WORK DEATHRAT ON THOSE OTHER PARTS!!!!!!
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You guys are getting brutal. Let'* see who can find a flux capacitor first.

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Alread got 2 of them right here! Why you need to buy one? HMMMMM?
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How about a HVAC programmer for a 96 SSE--mine is throwing the air mix door code, and the flow chart in the manual mostly points at replacement of the programmer, and I don't really want to pay $450 if I can help it
I'll see what I can come up with....
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Let me guess. You found it in a DeLorean.
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Let me guess. You found it in a DeLorean.
Actually GM "Surplus" lying in the scrap pile!
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How about a HVAC programmer for a 96 SSE--mine is throwing the air mix door code, and the flow chart in the manual mostly points at replacement of the programmer, and I don't really want to pay $450 if I can help it
96 SSE HVAC Programmer >>>>>GM P/N: 16258362 (Lists @ $664.25 CDN)
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That'* what I was afraid of--I found one place online that had em for $450 US--Thanks for checking DeathRat

I sent a PM to BIGLOV1 to see if he had one available from his totalled car--have to see what he comes up with

Anyone know if the air mix door motor is something that can be replaced by someone with mechanical and soldering skills?
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