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Old 05-07-2005, 09:51 PM   #1
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I finally broke down and bought a fuel pressure gauge.I just finished checking pressure I only have 10-12 psi. Think I need around 40psi its a wonder the old girl will even idle but she gives it a try if I feather the fuel supply for a couple a minutes. So now I know whats in store next ie: Fuel Pump & Sending unit. Anybody out there have a spare they wanna sell????? Oh yea, 96se 3.8 non turbo..Again thank to all who gave me some areas to check first thanks guys.....Phoenix aka Gregg
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You can find the part number here with a search. Only around $80 with shipping at gmpartsdirect.com.

Why do you think you need a fuel gauge sender, too? If the gauge is working, you don't.
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Part number is 25162242. The 96 L36 is the ONLY year and model for this number. FYI, no Bonneville has a Turbo, but some are Supercharged.

Run that number through www.gmpartsdirect.com and you'll get a 40% discount from dealer retail.
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Oops. My goof, That'* the part number for the fuel sender. I thought something looked funny.

What you REALLY need is this:

6443570 and that number is good for all non-supercharged from 95-99.
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I didn't mean to say Sending Unit and right now the correct part name escapes me so I'll describe it. Where the Unit mounts to the top of the fuel tank with the feed and return lines connected the lines are rusted off and replaced with rubber fuel hose since I need to pull the tank anyway might as well go the distance and make it somewhat right..
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I was gonna say "non turbo'd?"
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