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Old 03-16-2006, 02:14 PM   #1
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Someone here once posted a web address for GM parts that cost less than dealer prices. I've searched and looked through old topics, but I can't find the link. I need a cabin filter and a power steering hose.

The dealer said it is part number 26079289 for the power steering hose. It'* not hard to replace, is it?
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Someone here once posted a web address for GM parts that cost less than dealer prices. I've searched and looked through old topics, but I can't find the link. I need a cabin filter and a power steering hose.

The dealer said it is part number 26079289 for the power steering hose. It'* not hard to replace, is it?
www.gmpartsdirect.com
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It'* GMPD or gmpartsdirect.com

Happy shopping!

Edit: Too slow.......
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I check on GmParts Direct and the price is $87. At AutoZone it'* $28 - is AutoZone'* part ok to use?
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I check on GmParts Direct and the price is $87. At AutoZone it'* $28 - is AutoZone'* part ok to use?

what part are we talking about?
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Sorry
The Hose is $28 at Autozone; $80+ at GmParts
The cabin filter is either $40 (carbon) or $15 (particle) at AutoZone.

Right now, money is tight for me. I don't want to put myself in danger buying junk parts, but if it works the same, why pay more . . .
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I gotta ask

What hose are we talking about specifically?
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Power Steering Pressure Hose. Dealer Part #26079289
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Well that is surprising to me that there is that much price difference between GMPD and AZ, but I would not hesitate to replace with an AZ PS hose. I've done it before with no failures.
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www.gmpartsdirect.com
That'* who I use for dealer only parts. But, for small orders, the shipping costs can be a lot higher than the discount.
If the parts are available at AZ, Murray'*, NAPA, etc., the savings are usually too good to pass up. I haven't had any problems with AZ parts... but I don't always get the cheapest parts... brake pads, for example.
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