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Old 04-13-2006, 06:53 PM   #1
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I have found some trunks for my car on car-parts.com, but i have a question about the trim level. Is there a differnce between the SE and SSEi trunks? I found a few in good condition locally and have wings but say SLE or SE trim. Is there a difference?
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I don't think so, maybe they mean it doesn't come with a liner? That'* the only difference I can think of.
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i'm driving to the yard tommorow. Guess i'll find out then.
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I don't think so, maybe they mean it doesn't come with a liner? That'* the only difference I can think of.
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Thats no problem then. Mine is like new. Thnx guys!
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There are no differences between trim levels, but keep in mind there are differences between 92-95 and 96-99 trunks...physically, I believe they would bolt up, but the sculpted lines will not match up, and 96-99 has the center section that the 92-95 do not.
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There are no differences between trim levels, but keep in mind there are differences between 92-95 and 96-99 trunks...physically, I believe they would bolt up, but the sculpted lines will not match up, and 96-99 has the center section that the 92-95 do not.
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There are no differences between trim levels, but keep in mind there are differences between 92-95 and 96-99 trunks...physically, I believe they would bolt up, but the sculpted lines will not match up, and 96-99 has the center section that the 92-95 do not.
Umm... you're a little wrong here. it will match up and the lines do, you just need the tail lights, center section, and trunk hinges to do it. I know this for a fact cause it is on my car right now (93 SSEi, 98 SE Trunk)

The only differences 92-95 between trim levels will be badges on them as well as whether they had remote trunk open, but all that stuff you'd probably switch from your old trunk.

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The trunk lid carpet liner is also slightly different from 92-95 -vs- 96-99.
I have a 92-95 gray trunk lid carped liner for sale if anyone is looking for one.
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