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Old 05-05-2007, 07:40 PM   #1
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I think it belongs here. I need to know what years and model of vehicle has the same ELC sensor as my car cuz i'm not paying $279 for a new one from the dealer and that means picking it myself from Parts Galore.
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I know one from a 97-99 (can't remember which year) works on my 92. It has a much longer wiring harness though. If you get one from a 92-95 the wiring harness will be a lot shorter than you need because the compressor was relocated. Keep that in mind that you may have to splice in extra wiring.
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As long as thats the only difference then I should be good to go. There always at least 5 to 7 92-95 Bonne'*, rarely ever a 96 to 99, in the local pick a parts.
Also wanna know if the Transports with ELC are compatable. There'* alot of those there.
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Here'* your PERFECT compatibility list:

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Buick LeSabre
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 96-99


Buick Park Avenue
1991-1996
Sensor Kit, Level 96


Oldsmobile Cutlass
1997-1999
All applications


Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
1996-1997
All applications


Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 96-99


Oldsmobile LSS
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 96-99


Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight
1996
All applications


Oldsmobile Regency
1992-1998
Sensor Kit, Level 96

1992-1999
Sensor, Level 96-99


Pontiac Bonneville
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 96-99
And here'* what'* compatible with a 92 SSEi:


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Buick LeSabre
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 92-95

1986-1991
w/Arm Sensor, Auto ...


Buick Park Avenue
1991-1996
Sensor Kit, Level 91-95


Cadillac DeVille
1989-1993
Sensor, Auto Level 90-93


Cadillac Fleetwood
1989-1993
Sensor, Auto Level 90-93


Cadillac Sixty Special
1993
All applications


Oldsmobile Delta 88
1986-1988
w/Arm Sensor, Auto ...


Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 92-95


Oldsmobile LSS
1992-1999
Sensor, Level 92-95


Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight
1992-1995
All applications


Oldsmobile Regency
1992-1996
Sensor Kit, Level 91-95

1992-1999
Sensor, Level 92-95


Pontiac Bonneville
1990-1999
Sensor, Level 92-95

1987-1991
w/Arm Sensor, Auto ...
Notice no Transport vans listed.

Also note you need to read the 'application notes' for the proper year selection, not the generic '92-99' you see. The transistion for the new ELC pump location is obvious in these lists.
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Thanx Will.
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Ok. Got one given to me but not sure of the car it came out of. Can you give me the part#, cuz the lil ****** at GM Parts won't give it to me.
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Gonna give you 2 numbers here... But keep in mind they may not be the same number as the one you have...

92-95 22119572

96-99 22153355

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