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Old 04-17-2005, 01:21 PM   #1
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Ok I've given up on use the search to look for these, I can't get it to be specific enough.

Basically I'm doing a complete tune-up on my car, hers my list and If you have any part numbers I'd appreciate it.

Fuel filter
PCV valve
O2 Sensor (I have the PN for the AC Delco, afs-109)
Plugs (preferably not stockers, suggest something)
Wires(again, suggest something)
Transmission Filter(how nesisary?)
180 Tstat

Again, suggest whatever works best with our cars. Thanks!
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go to walmart or any parts store... they will have all the information you need

i just did this the other week...pretty fun...
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For your fuel filter, PCV valve, tranny filter and 180* thermo you can go to a parts store and ask the guys who work there. On the thermostat just tell them you need one the same size as the stock 195, but you want it in 180. There'* no "official" P/N for a 180 stat for our cars.

For wires, get the Belden premium wires at NAPA. I don't have them myself, but a lot of the members here recommend them and they've got a lifetime warranty, meaning you can go get a brand new set anytime they wear out. I'm not too certain on the plugs but you should be able to do a search or look in Techinfo to find everything you need about NGK or other part numbers.

Just a reminder, get an AC Delco O2 sensor, NOT a Bosch. If you don't have a Delco store in your area (and very few places will have a Delco O2 in stock) you'll need to order off www.gmpartsdirect.com. If you need to double check your part number you can check out Techinfo. I know it'* there. Post any more questions as they come up.
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go to walmart or any parts store... they will have all the information you need

i just did this the other week...pretty fun...
And Haro can attest to how much a good tune-up can invigorate your car.... especially the gas mileage.
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if you dont have a delco dealer nearby, and dont wanna wait 2 weeks for GMPD... i have a wholesale dealer in town here, can pick it up for ya and ship off whenever
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That'* another good point.... I also have a Delco store here in Ames, so I'll second that offer.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMEWA%3AIT

thats what I'm looking at, Ive asked him about shipping earlier today, waiting for a reply.

In fact the reason I want all the part numbers is to search on ebay for these things, sometimes you can get them so cheap its amazing.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...sPageName=WDVW

ngk tr55 looks good there, i'll have two spares but oh well!
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http://www.napaonline.com/cgi-bin/nc...6qTCsXog%3D%3D

scratch that last post, This look good?
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In the NAPA search i found a few things for the pcv valve.

Echlin Fuel system PCV valve

Mileage Plus Fuel PCV valve

The difference is wether my engine is a VIN 1 or K. And I dont know what that means

http://www.napaonline.com/cgi-bin/nc...ring=pcv+valve
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