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Old 04-19-2006, 02:33 AM   #11
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Anybody know the part# for a 93 SSEi Grill??

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Anybody know the part# for a 93 SSEi Grill??

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Ken, you will have to get the RPO paint code and call for a part number, as the P/N for the grille is color specific.

Examples (per GMPD):
paint-to-match: #25618747
stone beige: #25648272
antelope: #25687335
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Hans..

If this has not been diagnosed already........Please take this very seriously.

How many miles on the oil currently in the car? If unknown or over 3,000 please change it asap and look for the pressure to return.

If the pressure does not return, please get a manual pressure gauge on this ASAP.

The reason is typically when senders fail..they fail on the high side, not low. A cluster could be at fault..but you want to know for sure. Your crankshaft and bearings may depend on it and time could be vital.

fresh oil change, at idle it is around 30, at low idle it is around 20 or so, or just slightly above the red zone. at WOT it is just above the middle mark on the gauge. I am going to replace the unit either way, I understand they are cheap and easy to do. The sender HAS NOT FAILED but I think it is just giving inaccurate readings, just a guess, and heck the part cant be that much anyway. Going to throw it in the car when I order some other stuff from GMPD
Hans, the part number posted above was for the oil LEVEL sensor, not the oil PRESSURE sensor. Careful with the money there.

Your oil pressure does seem somewhat low, but we've had low pressure cars in your range operate fine for a long time. In your case, I'd not suspect the sending unit, but rather the gauge. The only way to know is to have the pressure checked by a mechanical gauge.

Let'* get that done, then replace what needs to be replaced. Even your choice of oil filters can affect your pressure.
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Anybody know the part# for a 93 SSEi Grill??

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Ken, you will have to get the RPO paint code and call for a part number, as the P/N for the grille is color specific.

Examples (per GMPD):
paint-to-match: #25618747
stone beige: #25648272
antelope: #25687335
I can give you the part number based on car color rather than Vin.
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Hans, the part number posted above was for the oil LEVEL sensor, not the oil PRESSURE sensor. Careful with the money there.
Thanks for the reminder, Bill. I was aware that the part number was for the LEVEL sensor and not the Pressure sensor, as is Hans, I believe, based on his post above.

Not trying to mislead anybody, lol.
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I totally missed that it was already pointed out.
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Both rear oh **** handle, They should come with the lights in them too right?
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Both rear oh **** handle, They should come with the lights in them too right?
Bump. Ordering from GMPD tomorrow and I would like to throw these into my order. Tan for a '92 if anyone has the numbers...
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