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Old 08-06-2007, 01:58 PM   #1
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I came across a 1999-2000 Northstar V-8 with coil packs similar to ours except they were 4 of them instead of 3 - complete still on the engine, I was wondering if these coilpacks would fit our 1992 - 1995 series1 cars. I took one out and compared it to a 1993 ssei bonneville coil pack and they looked exactly the same - the person said they would fit and work. Would anyone recommend those.
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Depending on the year etc..

Check by cross referencing the part number on GMPD.
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It looks like the coils on the N* would be the same part number as 92-95 L67s and 92-current naturally asiprated 3800s. I checked with ACDelco.com as well.
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It looks like the coils on the N* would be the same part number as 92-95 L67s and 92-current naturally asiprated 3800s. I checked with ACDelco.com as well.
Do you think they would be a great replacement?
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I think they would work just like your originals.
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As John mentioned..it'* the same part.
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