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Old 10-08-2007, 12:46 PM   #41
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Thanks alot guys! I still need numbers from 2000-up L36'*.
Why do you need 00+ L36'*. 99+ L67'* and L36'* all got the same MAF. So 00+ L36 is gonna be AFH50M-05, just like any L67 or L36 99+. 96-98 L36 & L67 were also all the same.

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96-98 L36/L67: AFH50M-04
99-03 L36/L67: AFH50M-05

Not sure why you have to look at 100 different cars to find info that is common knowledge on clubgp...... The Series I'* I can understand though.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:23 PM   #42
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Y'know...you could have chimed in earlier with that info....that would have saved some post space And true...it may be common knowledge over there, but it isn't here...hence this posting. I for one, am not a member there, and I am sure there are many others on this forum that aren't members there either. If we aren't members, how are we to know it'* common knowledge?

It'* also true that this benefits the pre-S2 crowd the most. There seems to be alot more part numbers to look at, and it seems none of them are cross-compatible. In fact, the primary reason this post came about was because of a possible MAF failure and I wanted to see if there was ANY cross-compatibility. But when looking at the list, you can see when certain numbers got phased out. That'* helpful information as well.
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Here is the 92 L27 you were needing:
AFH50M-02C (A2218 stamped number)

FWIW this car has Delco coil set-up and no EGR
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Here is the mostly complete spreadsheet for the numbers...

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Note I am still missing data on the earliest engines, which I figured that would happen. The 88-91 crowd, for all intents and purposes, are the minority of the group
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Ok, found my original 89 MAF!

AFH50M - 02A
number below it is 8616 if that helps any also. maybe just a sequence number? my maf was number 8616?

1989 LE - LN3 - Built: early december 1988
umm? 1989 LN3? Not on there yet?
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Oh....er......oops

Corrected on the master sheet, I'll have to edit the .gif when I get the time
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I was talking with Don yesterday, and I brought up the idea of maybe putting together a master MAF sensor identification thread, and later posting in techinfo. I've seen several recent posts where info like this would come in very handy.

How does anyone else feel about it?
Maybe you can show me where my MAF sensor is when I get down there.
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I have the original MAF sensor on my T Type. Funny thing is that the motor came out of a 1990 Olds 88. I wonder if the T Type ECM is treating the Olds MAF incorrectly due to the model differences?

Anyway, I'll post up the number off it tomorrow when there'* light out :P
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Here is the mostly complete spreadsheet for the numbers...



Note I am still missing data on the earliest engines, which I figured that would happen. The 88-91 crowd, for all intents and purposes, are the minority of the group
This should help confirm the question for the correct part number on the 95 L36. This list the same part as mine and is the same on the used throttle body I bought that was also off the same model year.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1995-...spagenameZWDVW
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Alright, edited the list. Just missing two of the early years.
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Don't know if I mentioned it or not, at least in this thread, but 1996 was a transition year. It went from the 3-screw MAF to the 2-screw design sometime that year, along with the change in throttle bodies. Neither sensor is interchangeable with each other.
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