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Old 07-14-2010, 05:35 PM   #1
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ok here goes the 04 grand prix and the 92 -95 bonnies have the same 96.5 bore and similar engine bay layout can i put a K&N air kit from an 04 grand prix on my 92 Bonnie. next i need to know what the actual name is for the "oh ****" handles in the bonnies all three of mine have broken and i need to replace them, on a related note how do u remove the courtesy lamp from the "oh ****" handle. please pardon the language i don't know what else to call them, and thank u in advance for all help
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96.5" bore?

You can try the air kit. Overall things do fit, the question is....how good do they fit or look in the engine bay.

The actual broken handle name doesn't matter. You can't buy them new to my knowledge. A junkyard is your best bet and I wouldn't take the light out to buy them.
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OK thanks for the info but if i don't take out the light how do i get the handle off
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OK thanks for the info but if i don't take out the light how do i get the handle off
I think he meant that when you go to the junkyard and get the handle off, put the light back in and purchase them with the handles
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