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Old 08-18-2004, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default Part # for TB gasket 97 (96-99)

I'm just wonderin what the part # is for the TB gasket for series II L67'* are.. I'm thinkin of doing the TPS thing.. but want to take the TB and clean it while I'm @ it.
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GMPD doesn't list it in their advanced catalog. Just get one from the dealer.
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Yea.. I"ll go to the dealer and bend over for them..
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I have the part number at home, I can get it for you later. I just bought 2 the other day, they were something like $5.28 Cdn each.

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I have the part number at home, I can get it for you later. I just bought 2 the other day, they were something like $5.28 Cdn each.

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From the dealer?? I can deal with that then.. yes please.. part # so I don't get screwed.. the peeps in the parts dept near my new house are bunch of high school kids that believes towel racks are the shitz nitz on FWD.. so I rather not chance it with them giving me the wrong one and finding out it'* wrong the hard way (When I have everything apart )

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the TB gasket for the Series2 have a Plastic plate around the gasket. The Series1 is just the gasket
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Part # for the 1997 L67 Throttle Body Gasket is 24503648.

It is a conventional gasket with an embossed sealant around the IAC, throttle body bore and the coolant passeges (no plastic as mentioned above).

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Part # for the 1997 L67 Throttle Body Gasket is 24503648.

It is a conventional gasket with an embossed sealant around the IAC, throttle body bore and the coolant passeges (no plastic as mentioned above).

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Kewl.. thanx.. I"ll have to remind myself to pick it up before saturday
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The TB is next to impossible to remove on it'* own. The lower nut is blocked by the exhaust crossover so you need to disconnect that pipe. When I just recently did my upper intake plenum I had to remove the TB with the manifold, then remove it. Best of luck.
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That'* not a problem on the L67, Ranger. I just removed, cleaned, and replaced my TB in less than an hour.
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