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Old 08-23-2007, 11:43 PM   #1
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I was going to replace mine this weekend,first things frist, how much? and can i just pick one up at a local autoparts store?

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Dont know if you have a NAPA around you but this is what they got....
http://napaonline.com/masterpages/NO...d=4&SubCatId=7

I can tell you from experience, get the part # off the part first, see if it matches any of the GM part numbers the list, if not, have your local GM dealer run your VIN and such to tell you what you exactly have....might have to get it from the dealer..... I had a huge problem with my YUKON(350 TBI), THere was like 7 diff EGRs they listed and non (car quest, autozone, NAPA) matched the GM STAMPED # I had on it. AND DO NOT LET ANYONE SELL YOU A "UNIVERSAL"...... but dont you should a problem seeing how its a very well established model of car/engine.
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thanks, wow i was expecting that price. I'll just try to do a clean up on her for sure.
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go used. Boosty!
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they are expensive lil buggers!!!!

appauled by the monetary value of a lil valve...."just recirc a lil exhaust "
parts guys quietly smiles and thinks "....and we only paid half that much...."

BA*TA***!!!!!!
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This is a part you want to get from Boosty, Ed Morad or the local wrecker. Expect to pay $30 to $50
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Why pay $30? They are used on nearly every GM vehicle since 94.

Ya need one...holler and toss $20 at me. That'll take care of part and shipping.
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ok thanks,let me see what Im working with after the weekend.
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