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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 08-21-2003, 04:54 PM   #31
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I need the plexyglass coving for the gauges on my 1992 toronado trofeo.. mine got cracked when i sent it to get fixed
-Although its fairly flat so I could cut a chunk out of a sheet.

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The picture I got it off of ebay... but I dont need the whole thing. I only need the plastic covering...

I'll update this If i fix it myself..
I fixed it... Took 3hours and a chunk of lexan
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Old 08-22-2003, 03:29 AM   #32
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Hey Deathrat, Since you are on a roll here how about numbers for the (2) idler and (1) tensioner pulleys for a 1997 SSEi suprecharger belt?
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Old 08-22-2003, 04:20 AM   #33
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like almost every other bonnie owner i could use the center column thing that still has the thing to lock it down....i got a 92 ssei w/ leather...tanish color...i could also use a right front headlight and a left turn light cover...PM me if you can help me out!
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Old 08-22-2003, 11:26 AM   #34
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I called a local junkyard. He has an HVAC programmer for around $100. I think I'll jump on that one.
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Default passenger headlight for a 92 ssei

can anyone get a passenger headlight for 92 ssei for less than the rediculous price of $225
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Old 08-26-2003, 09:19 PM   #36
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Sorry, I know this is a Bonneville/GM forum, but maybe one of you folks can help me out here. (I was a Pontiac fanatic before many of you guys were born.)

My wife has a 1989 Mustang 5.0 that (was) a really nice, clean (and stout) 2-owner car. We have had the 'stang for 11 years and it recently was wrecked. An idiot in a Prelude failed to yield, turned in front of my wife, and caused some moderate front end damage to her car. (For the record, the Prelude was DESTROYED, almost beyond recognition, after being knocked 360+ degrees by the sturdy Ford. The Mustang is still driveable!)
Unfortunately, the low-life idiot lied about the incident in question, so the semi-worthless investigating cops did not charge him. Our car had liability-only insurance, so I get to pick up 100% of the repair costs. My wife was not hurt, so the Prelude driver lives to wreck again.

Anyway, I need a front clip for any NON-GT Mustang, years 1987 through 1993. I plan to do most if not all repairs myself. I don't really need the drivers side fender, but will take one with a clip, if need be....

Transportation or shipping of said parts would be a consideration, of course. I live in Georgia, about 50 miles North of Atlanta.

Any and all help or suggestions for cheap parts will be much appreciated!
Oh, my new e-mail address is: [email protected].
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JImzdat, I dont know if you got your problem fixed or not but i just wanted to relate my own experience with code 040 vent dor blah blah blah.
My sentinel lights would not go off one day, so i disconnected the battery cable. By doing this, it caused my climate control (hvac)computer to lose calibration with what the actual position of the vent door was. There is a little $2.00 plastic gear that opens and closes the vent door. The same thing you mentioned was happening and there was a click sound. Turns out, by running the climate control from 60* to 90* trying to figure out what was happening, i was slowly stripping that little plastic gear. (although i didnt know it at the time). I took it too the dealer, they cleared the code and recalibrated the door with the HVAC and voila, problem was fixed. The dealer didnt even charge me. (Good ol' country folk dealership).
Well, a couple months later it happened again! Still igornant to the fact that the fuse for sentinel was under the MAxiFuse panel under the hood, i disconnected my battery gain. This AGAIN, caused my HVAC and the vent door to lose calibration. This time i drove it for 2 weeks like that and when i brought it back to the dealership to have it recalibrated again, It would recalibrate. IT turned out that i stripped the stupid little plastic gear that opens and closes the vent door. SO, it was it was a 300 dollar job, they repalced the plastic gear only, almost all that coin was labor b/c they had to remove the dashboard. thats aslo when they told me its not adviable to ever disconect your battery cables on my y car b/c of the 2 computers, and they showed me the fuse to shut the headlights off.

Well, thats my story and im sticking to it! Hope it helps..... someone..
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just the glass, have the metal backing mount but all the lens and rear glass is shattered
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Hey Deathrat, Since you are on a roll here how about numbers for the (2) idler and (1) tensioner pulleys for a 1997 SSEi suprecharger belt?
I thought I answered this one? Maybe I didn't or it got wiped?
In any case......

SC Idler Pulley: 24507524
Main Idler Pulley: 24502989

Front Tensioner: 24504818
Rear Tensioner: 12564505

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ok i need some parts and one of them might be a challenge, first off, i need a driver'* side fender off of a 93 that is green with blue metal flake in it and a double gold pinstripe, i also need a driver'* side GTO headlight blackout
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