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Old 05-30-2003, 06:10 PM   #21
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Heres a little tid bit that may help explain something: For 1995, the supercharged V6 is available on the SE model, but you must order the SLE package. Computer Command Ride, which adjusts shock absorber damping automatically, has been added to the SE option list. Computer Command Ride is part of the Computer Command Ride/Handling package. The Bonneville'* optional traction control [is optional in 1995]. There are now only two models available: the SE and the SSE. The gaudier SSEi has been dropped as a model, and is now available as a package. However, it becomes more complicated when ordering the packages offered; they include the Sport Luxury Edition (SLE), the Supercharged SLE and the SSEi.
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Interesting....where did that data come from? Pontiac denies that SLE actually stands for something, but this wouldn't be the first time someone assumed a definition for one of our models.
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Man...I just realize I'm learning more about the Bonneville line than I ever thought I wanted to
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Ok....request from Pontiac....Don't all start calling!

They're compiling a list of production numbers by model and year for us. I should have all the data Monday or Tuesday, and will post it in Techinfo, Specifications.

This data will NOT detail the production numbers for the L67 option on SSE, SLE, or SE models, so you few guys that want to call, you are welcome to!

They didn't want to get hammered by hundreds of calls, so I took the initiative to ask for all the data for us.

Did this happen? I looked in Techinfo, Specifications, and couldn't find it, did I just not look hard enough?
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ignorance speaking ...what'* the difference between an SLE and an SSE?
SLE'* have the SSE stling on the outside, the inside looks just like an SE.
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If I can remember, SLE is the only trim level with a meaning, according to Edmund'*.
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My '92 SSE supercharged has the air command ride but not traction control.
And the tranny pan (rebuilt SRTA assembly) says "GMC 4T60-E" as I recall.
There was some discussion about this on another recent topic, and I don't think anyone noted that their tranny pan said "GMC" on it.

My '92 SSE */c also has the optional moonroof, but my '93 SSEi doesn't have it.

And I didn't even know that the heated windshield was an option.
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I wish I had all of the buttons, I just have the 2 */C buttons on mine .
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Two */C bottons? What are they labelled?
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