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Old 03-15-2008, 09:40 PM   #1
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Hi Guys
Wonder if someone could help me with some part numbers. Looking for a few things:

1) Sway bar link assembly insulator - I got a part number of 25558129. This is for the heavy duty suspension (FE3) on the Olds touring sedan. The big sway bar. When I keyed that part number in at GM Parts Direct, I got nothing.

2) Coolant level sensor - My coolant level light has been coming on intermittently with full coolant recently. Figured the sensor is bad, but GM PD does not show one as being available. Anyone know what the part number would be?

This is all for my 95 L36 Ninety Eight.

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Energy suspension swaybar kits just like all of us run. It'* an upgrade over stock.

Try RockAuto for your level sensor.
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Probably should have mentioned that the insulator is for the 22mm REAR bar. I might have missed it, but I didn't see anything like that in the Energy catalog.
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You didn't specify other than to say 'link'.

Is it the ENDlinks or the CENTERlinks?
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Looking at part number 13 on the diagram.



I have the Touring Sedan 22mm rear sway bar, which is a bit of an oddball. To replace #13, dealer quoted me two parts up here:

Link Assembly part # 25602320
Insulator for 22mm sway bar # 25558129

Problem is, for both sides they wanted $78.09. Figure I can do better, which is whey I am asking about this. The link assembly is easy to find. GM PD has them. Nothing comes up when I enter the insulator for it tho. That is the part I am trying to find.

Probably a good idea to order the end links from Energy at the same time. Anyone know a part number for the rear bar?
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I bought 22mm rear swaybar insulators at NAPA, though I don't recall the part number.
(I threw out the box just last weekend )

That'* the only place I found them when I was looking.
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I bought 22mm rear swaybar insulators at NAPA, though I don't recall the part number.
(I threw out the box just last weekend )

That'* the only place I found them when I was looking.
Maybe I should check back with the dealer. They were asking $6.80 each!
Thanks for the tip.
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I bought 22mm rear swaybar insulators at NAPA, though I don't recall the part number.
(I threw out the box just last weekend )

That'* the only place I found them when I was looking.
Hmm.
Was the 22mm bar and Olds/buick thing? I thought I saw around these parts that the thickest Bonneville bar was the 21mm.
Did Olds and Buick go the softer spring/stiffer sway bar route?
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