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Old 04-25-2004, 12:28 PM   #1
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I'm going to house all my questions about this car here, so that everyone knows that any question anywhere else is about the 93, Unless otherwise specified.

What is the "Pontiac Accessory Bag" I found in the trunk? It'* got compressor stuff and a chamois in it....

Why are there electrical lines going to the top of the front struts?

What are these other lines going to the rear struts?

What is the thing by the drivers' side strut tower?

More to follow I'm sure....
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the accessory kit is for the compressor in the trunk that you might not have in your 93.. Also, the SSE has ELC which requires the hoses going to it from the compressor inthe front of the car.
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This car has the air suspension?

Is it swappable, not in the sense that it will work like the factory wanted, but so I can can change each one individually? Alot of the guys at the autoX use that sort of system, and it'* pretty cool.
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Really you can put air suspension on an SE?
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I guess so... Everything looks the same.... It'* just too bad the 94 has a bent drivers' front strut....
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I guess so... Everything looks the same.... It'* just too bad the 94 has a bent drivers' front strut....
take the good strut off of yours and transplant it into the 94
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M'kay condition of the 94: No Wheels, No Motor, No lights, Sunroof stuck open, Front fenders smashed.

I'm swapping stuff into the 93
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that is going to be one sharp car when you get it finished. are you going to put those gold rims on there. i want to see the SSE tails on your ride. it is going to be sweet!!!
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Yeah... I didn't get the rims, Which blows. I got the car from a scrapyard technically and Oddly enough the nice aluminum rims disappeared.....

I've got the car on 4 jackstands ready for me to swap out the springs and rear struts. It'* got a good tranny in it, so that'* going in my shed. Along with any other part I deem expensive....
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Hey, What'* this box I found under the carpet, Under the drivers' seat? It'* hooked to some sort of sensor that is screwed to the floor, That says "This End Up". What'* that all about?
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