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Old 03-04-2007, 10:37 PM   #1
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No one seems to sell the AC Delcos anymore, so I have to live with what I can muster. Anyone want to come forward?
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I had a bad expierence with Borg warner. If I were you I would get denso if you can't find AC Delco.
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I replaced 2 within 6 months due to them failing, and failing completely...threw a code. Put in the AC/Delco and it'* been fine since.

Edit - I believe Intense sells the Denso, and the AC/Delco is available through GM Parts Direct.
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You can get the ac delco from rockauto or gmpartsdirect
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I think I'm just gonna go with the Denso. I can't justify the price difference of AC Delco products
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From what I've read here Denso is also a fine choice, Bosch and Borg Wagner are the problem children.
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I think I'm just gonna go with the Denso. I can't justify the price difference of AC Delco products
My delco dealer had it for $44. Honestly, shop around. If you can't, I'm sure someone on here will help out.
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I found the Denso for 19 bucks. Anyone wanna beat that?
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I found the Denso for 19 bucks. Anyone wanna beat that?
Lets see, the delco lasts 4 or 5 years for $44.

Buying 3 denso'* a year, for four years at $19 a piece is $236...


Honestly I don't know much about denso'*....but given the reliability of the other brands tried on here....I don't know if I would risk it.
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Im using a denso on my bonne and it seems to do well. Im getting 24 mpg city, so Im not complaining. Especially since I only drive about 115 miles a week.

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