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Old 09-11-2006, 02:30 PM   #1
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I'm trying to find a price for the 95 SSEi and would appreciate if someone has the part # so that I could check Gm Parts Direct.


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Lol!

I just posted that info in another thread. Here:

GM Part #: *24504798
Category: Multiport Fuel Injection Throttle Position Hardware
Description: SENSOR-TH
Pack Qty: 1
Unit Price: $40.15
*&H Approx: $9.95
Price TOTAL: $50.10

* indicates special order item, which is a special order non-returnable part.
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You do know that you can look the part number up right on GMPD, right? Most times it is the correct part number, but it never hurts to check.
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Thanks for the info. Many times I've tried getting part numbers from GMPD and was unsuccessful so I requested in this form how to do it was was advised to just call the dealer. If you can walk me through how to do it, I'd be grateful.
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