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Old 10-04-2007, 04:23 PM   #11
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Take a look around, you'll notice a lot of guys that are either on their second Bonnie, or own more than one, or went to a closely related car like a Park Ave, or Olds 88. They really are addictive...

The bright red color is fairly uncommon on it own, but coupled with the SSEi package, it'* downright rare. I've seen one around town I'm fairly sure is one of a kind, too. Red SSEi, tan cloth AL7s, AM/FM cassette radio.

BTW, I really don't mind Canadians, either, other than your annoying habit of burning down Presidential mansions. I mean, really...


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In reading over the last couple of night through some of the posts/looking at pictures, I've been noticing that very phenom. I'd say I'm already hooked.

Thanks to you fellas, I would've never known that my Bonnie is *rare* Mine is graphite grey leather interior, AM/FM stock cassette radio. And this past weekend I got rid of that annoying nose bra - I hate 'em.

I figure we did y'all a favor back in WWII on the beaches of Normandy, so that should make up for the mansion burning.

I do have a couple of forum navigation questions - if I want to find out how to replace my stock headlights with Silverstars (which I noted several owners making mention of doing in the signatures), where'* the best place to post that question?

Thanks again for the kind welcome!!
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[quote="jr's3800We are a Province, Province of US...lol

Do you have the Tan interior or the Graphite Leather? I have seen a red one with Graphite before..

And the remotes are super easy to program [/quote]

I have the graphite leather interior, and although it'* worn in places, it'* pretty much intact. Nothing that a few little fixits won't take care of.

Glad to hear the remotes are easy - I'm thinking I should look about for a second one in case my original ever goes MIA.

Thanks for the headsup!
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I think you should be fine using 92 - 99 for the head lamps..

On the 94 its actually easy..

You have 2 thumb screws on the top of the head lamp, all you have to do is remove them, then the whole lamp will lift out and you'll have access to the bulbs...

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On the subject of remotes, there is a transmitter ID code on the back. I believe that any remote with that same ID number can be programmed to your car.
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Yes.... ABO0302T or ABO0303T will work fine with the car

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I think you should be fine using 92 - 99 for the head lamps..

On the 94 its actually easy..

You have 2 thumb screws on the top of the head lamp, all you have to do is remove them, then the whole lamp will lift out and you'll have access to the bulbs...
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Thanks! When the weather up here becomes decent enough to take a look, I'll do just that. You did say, 94...does that mean there'* no change in my 95?

Sounds like a kid could do it.
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Yes.... ABO0302T or ABO0303T will work fine with the car
MARVELLOUS! I'll keep my eyes out for a second remote with that coding. You fellas are a GODSEND! :blows kisses:
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