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Old 12-01-2005, 05:15 PM   #21
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If you got the leather wrapped steeringwheel you should have the leather wrapped shifter.... If you don't have the leather wrapped steering wheel you should have the rubberized shifter....

But who knows what GM did...lol

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BASE SE'* don't have leather. I know that. So we need to see what RPO code the base SE doesn't have that yours do.
Wouldnt the base SE have a column shift rather than the one on the floor?
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I prefer leather to anything else! If it doesn't come with leather- it will by the time I'm done with it.
Yeah, baby!!!
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BASE SE'* don't have leather. I know that. So we need to see what RPO code the base SE doesn't have that yours do.
Wouldnt the base SE have a column shift rather than the one on the floor?
I've heard others mention that there are rare instances where an SE had the floor shifter.
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BASE SE'* don't have leather. I know that. So we need to see what RPO code the base SE doesn't have that yours do.
Wouldnt the base SE have a column shift rather than the one on the floor?
I've heard others mention that there are rare instances where an SE had the floor shifter.
Rare? What year group are we talking about? I have an 98 SE with the floor shifter, and the other member I work with has a 96 SE the same(he just never posts).
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BASE SE'* don't have leather. I know that. So we need to see what RPO code the base SE doesn't have that yours do.
Wouldnt the base SE have a column shift rather than the one on the floor?
I've heard others mention that there are rare instances where an SE had the floor shifter.
It'* actually not all that rare. Look at mine, for example, on the first page of this thread.

It'* typically fleet cars that have the console shifter.
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Old 12-01-2005, 06:31 PM   #27
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will, i can explain perfectly. that new t-handle you just got came out of my cloth SE, which was replaced with the leather wrapped handle that i got with the center console/shifter (from an SSEi)
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I don't know what 1SD or similar would be. So, here are all my RPOs. Have at it..

AAA AG1 AK5 AS7 AT6 AU0 A79 A90 BMD B8N C57 C61 C97 DG7 DH6 DK6 D55 FE1 FE9 F83 IHE JM4 KG9 KP2 L36 MX0 M15 NF2 NP5 NV8 PF5 QNX R9N R9K UB3 UK3 U56 UT6 UV5 UW6 VH9 VM4 V73 1SC 1SZ 56E 56I 6KJ 7KJ 76U 8RW 9RW 56E
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you have the 1SC the same as Don'* 95....
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you have the 1SC the same as Don'* 95....
In laymans terms, what'* that mean?
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