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Old 02-14-2005, 10:16 PM   #21
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Well i meant ELC/Load leveling.

DO SE'* have the option of a trunk inflator? Is the trunk inflator available without Load Leveling?

I guess only the newer ones have MPG... And on equipped cars, that is based off of Injector Pulse width, RPM, etc, so it'* not a *real* MPG figure, it will be off some.

On that last note, some ECC is neat, and i'd love to have a nice dual zone system, but I found the 92 SSE to be finicky, and wouldn't do exactly what I wanted (could be a bad example, POS car)
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Well i meant ELC/Load leveling.

DO SE'* have the option of a trunk inflator? Is the trunk inflator available without Load Leveling?

I guess only the newer ones have MPG... And on equipped cars, that is based off of Injector Pulse width, RPM, etc, so it'* not a *real* MPG figure, it will be off some.

On that last note, some ECC is neat, and i'd love to have a nice dual zone system, but I found the 92 SSE to be finicky, and wouldn't do exactly what I wanted (could be a bad example, POS car)
nope you cant get the inflator is a SE EXCEPT for the 95, and that car has the load leveling as a option too
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when i made my statement as to having an SE wth the SSE package, that was my opinion of saying i had a plain SSE jason, i know an SE can't come with an AL7 package. yep, the 95 did have the CCR package more so the ELC. But they starteted the CCR in 94
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i know an SE can come with an AL7 package.
?what? I hope that is scarasm
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i forgot the 't. its edited
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