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Old 06-01-2014, 12:43 AM   #1
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Hello All,

I would like to know which cars in the 1990-2000 range have locking gas door with remote releases inside.

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i know for sure the 97-05 park avenue, and possibly the bonneville. sorry i cant be of more help.
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Depends on what you want. I know the 1991-1996 PA have the push button release that pops open. There is also the Bonneville style that locks and unlocks with the power locks.

What are you looking to accomplish?
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i think the one on my 98 sse used to, you could open it with the keyless entry fob or locks as mentioned. but it stopped locking a long time ago.

i imagine he is in an area that would require a lock. gas cap locks suck, i tried that and it gave me an evap code. the bonnie one is handy but you would have to find a working one and adapt the mechanism to whatever car you have. and i dont think the normal se'* have it.
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