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Old 10-31-2006, 02:22 PM   #1
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I need part numbers for an oil sender unit AND the control arm actuator for my 96 SSEi. I browsed for 40 minutes on GMPD and I cant find those damn parts. Thank you very much.
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Personally..I'd save a little money and get the sender from a local parts place. No need for it to be delco.

Control arm actuator? Can you elaborate on this..do you mean the ride level switch or the air mix actuator...or something else?
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Air mix door actuator.

I still need the part numbers for both.
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the gp sorenson part # for the oil sender is "ops133". the standard part # is "ps-246"

oh and dont put teflon tape on the threads. its meant to be grounded. the sender will work funny, if at all, if u use teflon.
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oh and dont put teflon tape on the threads. its meant to be grounded. the sender will work funny, if at all, if u use teflon.
Man... am I glad to find that out !!!
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Anybody else that can help me out?
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Being around a while like you.. probably the best help I can give you is this link.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/search.php

I don't have the part numbers..but I know they've been discussed recently.
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Ive searched but I cannot find. :(
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Searched Actuator and remembered CVC referencing the part number

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...light=actuator
In this thread is the procedure to change and a few other tips.

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well its done and Bill was right its not bad at all. I bought the acuator thru a friend AC Delco 38.00 including tax part # 15-71923 and there is NO green mark on it at all and it does not come with the threaded arm. The 2 screws in the HVAC were no problem. I got at the upper with a snap-on 1/4"swivel on an extension,no problem. The wire block on the HVAC no problem. The vaccum block BIG problem the nipples all broke off inside so I threw the block away and cut the lines off the HVAC and put them together with short pcs of vaccum hose, again no problem. The connector on the acuator no problem,long screw driver just like directions said. I then pulled the 2 screws from the heater core box, mine were 5mm not 7 mm but again no big problem. Then I dropped the cover about 4" and took the acuator off again no problem. The hardest part was getting the back screw on the acuator in. You can do it by looking thru the glove box under the brace and just start it by feel then use a 1/4" rachet on the socket. the old acuators main gear was cracked in 3 places ! It now works like new ! I can't praise you guys enough or this site. Everything worked out great ! I can't believe how helpfull all of you are mostly Echo ( good talking to you ) Bill and SSE ( good talking to you too ) You guys are the best and this site is one of the best I have ever been on. Thanks again Ech,Stan<Bill and any others I may be forgetting !
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Sweet! Thanks.
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