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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 05-25-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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I've not been having any luck locating the P/N for these, OR a source for them.

I suppose I could spend a little time at the dealer'* Parts window and find out, but was hoping maybe someone else had already done that and could point me in the right direction.

Mine are deteriorating for some reason and I'd like to change them out before it becomes a problem.
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Are you looking for the Sub Frame Bushings?

If so i have all the info you need
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Yeah...that would be the ones.

Lay it on me.

Title changed to lead people in the right direction.
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Excellent!

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Badnit..does that cover all years 92-99?
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Badnit..does that cover all years 92-99?
yes, the Sub frame is the same on the 93-99'*, 92 had something diffrent for one of them but i forget what. But i dont think thats even true.


Edit*, Just checked GMPD again. yes all the 93-99'* are the same.

The 92s had a diffrent Lower Front for some reason
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Dealer told me part numbers vary by year and suspension option (FE1, FE2, ... F41).
The most common part to go is the lower insulator (#3 in drawing above). Part numbers given to me in my case were:

92 FE1
Front & Center 14103535
Rear 25533991

93 FE2
Front & Center 14103535
Rear 25525871

All insulators appeared to have same dimensions and should be physically interchangeable.
The only difference between them was the amount of rubber between the center and outer casing (design of slots in the rubber).

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EDIT: Added more part numbers.
The following were the same for both of the above cars.

Referring item numbers in Bandit’* picture above:
Item #1 = 25526705
Item #2 (front) = 25536051
Item #2 (center & rear) = 25536050
Item #4 = 1640188
Item #5 = 15677731
Item #6 = 88952019

After originally posting this reply, I got new part numbers for lower insulators on my next trip to a dealer. They were the same as what I had posted earlier above.
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Dealer told me part numbers vary by year and suspension option (FE1, FE2, FE3).
The most common part to go is the lower insulator (#3 in drawing above). Part numbers given to me in my case were:

92 FE1
Front & Center 14103535
Rear 25533991

93 FE2
Front & Center 14103535
Rear 25525871

All insulators appeared to have same dimensions and should be physically interchangeable.
The only difference between them was the amount of rubber between the center and outer casing (design of slots in the rubber).
when i went to the dealer they never asked for what trim level.

Also when i replaced mine i really dont see how or why the FE2 would be diffrent from FE1. the suspension does not change anything with the Sub frame out mounts.

im gonna stop by a dealer over the next week and ask to see the two diffrent ones (if there is any) and ill take Pics

also yes, 92 is diffrent. But when i looked on GM PD. 93-99 where all the same.
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