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Old 05-27-2005, 05:09 AM   #1
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For a novice car person such as myself, I stumbled upon a complete parts list for '87-91 Bonnies for 6 bucks on eBay. Now when I see something in the BC, I'll be able to look it up and understand what everyone'* talking about. I can also use it to learn more about my ride so I can make repairs, if possible, on my own somehow. Just thought I'd share, I'm kind of excited about it.
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It should have parts diagrams for most parts, But ask for the print date. The part numbers are sometimes updated.
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Most 87-91 part numbers have been obsoleted by GM, and they no longer support it.
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Guys...can't we give the poor guy some good news to go with the bad news?

Geez... party poopers.
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Guys...can't we give the poor guy some good news to go with the bad news?

Geez... party poopers.
Thank you, . Would there still be a way to get the parts using the numbers at all now? I realize the numbers are probably outdated, but there still has to be some way.
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Keep in mind the book does have value for it'* exploded parts diagrams. And it can teach you alot about options and equipment.

However, even wreckers don't go by GM part numbers. They go by the name of the part.
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Keep in mind the book does have value for it'* exploded parts diagrams. And it can teach you alot about options and equipment.

However, even wreckers don't go by GM part numbers. They go by the name of the part.
They go buy a holander number. Or interchange number. But the part can still be found by the name or looking up the application of the part.
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So they start with description then get the number?
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So they start with description then get the number?
Depends on the info you have. If you have the Hollander number and interchange number...we can find it without even knowing a vehicle'* info.
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