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Old 03-24-2007, 03:59 PM   #1
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I got these numbers from my dealer here in Sweden, 25606751, 25615305, 25621969, 25615306, 25659161, but since there are none of them in stock here I will order them from overseas myself.
But I would like to know if these are the right parts for my Bonneville SSEi 1992 before I order.
Would really appriciate if someone can advice me on som internet retailers that ship overseas too (gmpartsdirect doesn´t :( )

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There are different numbers depending on whether or not you have the towing package (auxiliary cooler)

With the towing package: Auxiliary cooler - 12364240; cooler to radiator pipe - 25615308; cooler to transmission - 25606751; lower pipe - 25615305.

Without the towing package: Upper pipe, cooler side - 25606750; upper pipe, transmission side - 25659161; lower pipe, cooler side - 25615305; lower pipe, transmission side - 25615306.

This is from an older parts list, so it is possible that there has been some changes. Perhaps you can check with the dealer to double check all the numbers.

It appears as if http://www.rockauto.com/ ships international orders. I don't know if they will have those parts or not.

This is another dealer based parts supplier (like GMPartsDirect) that also appears to ship international orders. Their prices are generally a bit higher, however.

http://www.buy-oem-parts.com/
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Thanks alot!

I suppose I have the towing package because I have an auxilary cooler.
But you use both the cooler in the radiator as well as the aux. cooler?
Strange that the swedish dealers pictures pointed out different parts...
I will check it out, maybe i will get more answers here too.

I found newgmparts.com that also ships internationally.
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Both are used. A line runs from the transmission to the cooler, out of the cooler through a line to the radiator, then from the radiator back to the transmission. This is a representative drawing.

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