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Old 07-27-2004, 06:26 PM   #11
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Is there anybody with a 2000 or above bonneville that has had their intake fail on them? I'm hoping not, since my brother just bought a 2000 SLE.
No problems here yet, 45000 miles. Hope I don't have to retract this statement any time soon either.
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Old 07-28-2004, 01:00 PM   #12
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the changes that have been made over the years have focused on the material of the lower intake EGR stovepipe... read up on it in the 92-99 section... do a search for posts by mkaake in that area, and its something to the effect of 'upper intake failure information'

lots o good information, from gm (though don't take it as an official word from GM).
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we have a 00 with 85k, no problems.
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we have a 00 with 85k, no problems.
I can't think of any '00+ that had the upper fail. I don't know if there'* any with enough miles on it to really know for sure.
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we have a 00 with 85k, no problems.
I can't think of any '00+ that had the upper fail. I don't know if there'* any with enough miles on it to really know for sure.
our "97 had it fail at 131k, so we will have to wait and see.
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