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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 01-05-2009, 07:01 PM   #11
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discount code and phone number to call them if you wish...

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Ok ive finally pin pointed that the air mixer is shot. The temperature is now flashing every morning when the bonneville is started and no hot air or very little. Do someone have the link with maybe a step by step replacement procedure on a 96 bonneville? I cant seem to find one by doing a search. Thank You in advance.
thats all in the second link i posted here...trailnuts..link, even has photos
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I ordered 1571835 but it doesnt look like that one, it has an arm on it that the cable attaches to. I wish I checked the site before I ordered the part to get that discount code, but thank you for trying. I appreciate it. I started troubleshooting the problem im having with the A/C not coming out of the center vents and I found that im getting no vaccuum out of the blue vaccuum line. I noticed that in past posts people have had this issue with the blue vaccuum line. Does anyone have a picture of where this line normally gets clogged or crimped? Every picture I went to look at in past posts had expired. Thanks!

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your going to have to reuse your arm off of your airmix actuator.
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I definitely think I ordered the wrong part #. I think its supposed to be 1571923 with all the electronic A/C controls. Or will they both work with it?
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I definitely think I ordered the wrong part #. I think its supposed to be 1571923 with all the electronic A/C controls. Or will they both work with it?
when did you order it? have they sent you a shipping trac number yet?

They are really good to work with, give them a call in the morning and ask them to cross refferance the numbers of the two actuators to see if they are the same or if at least the one you ordered will work
or ask them to send you the correct one. if you call early enough they can stop the first order and fix the problem.

I still have my box from them and it is the same number you found. hope it works out for you.

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I ordered it last night and talked to them earlier on the phone and he said they will email me the tracking # and he wasnt sure if it shipped yet. Im gona call them first thing in the morning. Im just going nuts with this car right now b/c im selling the car next week to someone from my work and im trying to straighten out all the little gremlins in it before it goes.
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your going to have to reuse your arm off of your airmix actuator.
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Did you ever find the photo of where the blue vacuum line gets clogged?
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no not yet sorry. but have read others comments about at least taking a look at the 'nipples' to verify that they are good. this way you can at least rule them out until then.
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I will inspect the nipples then get back to you.... wait that actually sounds like fun lol. I tried to stop that order from being shipped but I was a day late so im gona rip out that actuator and see how close they are to eachother. You have any personal tips for changing this out that I havent read in the other posts?
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