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Old 02-22-2005, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default What Tuneup items should I get from GMPD??

well already making an order that consists of:

Waterpump
Tranny Lines
PCV Valve
Bolt for rear energy endlink kit.


What else should I throw in the cart while I am at it?


Does anyone know the part numbers for vaccum hoses on the top of the TB???

Need the part numbers for the 2 small 180* curved ones and the small one that goes to the dash.

Any other stuff I should add to the list that is cheap?
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O2 sensors are pretty cheap at GMPD...about $42 I believe.
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O2 sensors are pretty cheap at GMPD...about $42 I believe.

Already got a Delco one....waiting for summer to come....

Also alternator out of the question..


Looking for the part numbers on ALL the vaccum hoses on that car...meaning the smaller ones.

Any other ideas?
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Looks like more than a standard tune-up to me.
For the vacuum lines (the soft ones) you are better off buying at your local parts store.
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Looks like more than a standard tune-up to me.
For the vacuum lines (the soft ones) you are better off buying at your local parts store.

2 things here:

they do not fit right...I think the GM are metric or something.


Second, Rice HQ, Napa, and checker CAN NOT get the curved ones.

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Looks like more than a standard tune-up to me.
For the vacuum lines (the soft ones) you are better off buying at your local parts store.

2 things here:

they do not fit right...I think the GM are metric or something.


Second, Rice HQ, Napa, and checker CAN NOT get the curved ones.

If you get the standard 1/4" and make a lloop with LONGER standard hose it will work. They fit on VERY TIGHTLY so warm up the ends of the hose a bit to help out.
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this may sound stupid, but also get under the car by the rear tires and look at the sway bar links and bushings. One of my bolts was missing aand the rubber on the other side was dryrotted and about to fall off. it is a cheap fix and good to do with a car your year. Mine was a 94!

That is the only other important thing i can think of at this time. It might not apply, but i wish i would have looked at my tune up instead of waiting to go down the road and have my backend all wobbly all of a sudden!!
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order that consists of:
Bolt for rear energy endlink kit.
already in the cart.

so does anyone know the part number for those hoses???
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