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Old 11-25-2004, 09:45 AM   #1
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I knew I should have printed out the post about the part # for the new spring seats since I'm now convinced that that is where all the noise is coming from. Could someone please post the part # or the link so I can order them?
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Old 11-25-2004, 01:26 PM   #2
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GM PART # 22166986
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $6.71
OUR PRICE: $3.83
DESCRIPTION: SEAT
And the insulator (not sure what symptoms you have):

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GM PART # 22181835
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $12.20
OUR PRICE: $6.96
DESCRIPTION: INSULATOR (lower)
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GM PART # 22092693
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $13.40
OUR PRICE: $7.64
DESCRIPTION: INSULATOR (upper)
This upper insulator is only for 00 or 01 models, redesigned for 02. Not sure if the 02 part is compatible, but it may indicate it was changed for a problem. Check for a TSB on it. Just in case, here'* the number for the 02+ upper insulator:

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GM PART # 22189860
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $12.37
OUR PRICE: $7.05
DESCRIPTION: INSULATOR
All these numbers are interchangable from left to right.
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Old 11-25-2004, 04:51 PM   #3
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Thanks Will. I recently had a number of visitors from Germany in my car and going up and down the ramps in a parking garage in Chicago was downright embarassing. Any little bump in the pavement caused all this creaking and groaning as the suspension moved up and down. You'd have thought the car have 200,000 miles on it from the sounds.
I also have the intermediate shaft problem so I figured I'd have all the work done at once. As a precaution, I will probably have the bearings replaced and possibly the struts.
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I believe that this may be the post that you were thinking of...

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=25905
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On a related note, how do you use gmpartsdirect? I registered and still can't get the site to give me part #*. I tried typing in "intermediate shaft" as an example and still didn't get anything back. If I type in the part number, I do get everything that Will posted but for that to work, you need to know the part number to begin with.
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On a related note, how do you use gmpartsdirect? I registered and still can't get the site to give me part #*. I tried typing in "intermediate shaft" as an example and still didn't get anything back. If I type in the part number, I do get everything that Will posted but for that to work, you need to know the part number to begin with.
put in the part# at the top of the home page, it will come up, add to your shopping cart, then, on the left side, click checkout now...its just getting them the money from there...
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On a related note, how do you use gmpartsdirect? I registered and still can't get the site to give me part #*. I tried typing in "intermediate shaft" as an example and still didn't get anything back. If I type in the part number, I do get everything that Will posted but for that to work, you need to know the part number to begin with.
put in the part# at the top of the home page, it will come up, add to your shopping cart, then, on the left side, click checkout now...its just getting them the money from there...
But if you don't know the # to begin with but only the description, can you use their search function to give you the part number?
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On a related note, how do you use gmpartsdirect? I registered and still can't get the site to give me part #*. I tried typing in "intermediate shaft" as an example and still didn't get anything back. If I type in the part number, I do get everything that Will posted but for that to work, you need to know the part number to begin with.
put in the part# at the top of the home page, it will come up, add to your shopping cart, then, on the left side, click checkout now...its just getting them the money from there...
But if you don't know the # to begin with but only the description, can you use their search function to give you the part number?
its a terrible search engine...thats why we ask our admins
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After dealing with their crummy search engine, I started emailing the GM Parts Direct people through their web site and told them what I was looking for. They usually respond within a day with the part numbers and a price quote. I've found that they usually ship parts out within 24 hours. Can't beat 'em!
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Post part number requests here, and either an Admin, Moderator, or a Gearhead can respond. Most of us have a version of some type of 'magic book'.

For example, I can cover 90% of the parts you would need for any Bonneville from 1982-2002.

Yes, their search is useless. But you can also use the catalog and search by vehicle and sub-category of parts.
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