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Old 03-13-2010, 11:09 PM   #11
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Keep us posted. I have a spare 95 PCM sitting in the garage right now.
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Did the O2 sensor and the light is now OUT!!!

Put about 10 miles on it and no check engine light.

Splurged on it and got it washed and bought some air freshener.

Also when to the junk yard and got a new rear seat handle and light, ash tray and a twilight sentinel head light switch and ambient light sensor for the conversion.

Now on to brakes!!!
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Good to hear. The brakes are easy. Check the rotors before you change them. If they are worn just get new rotors and pads and do them both.
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Welcome to the BonnevilleForum. Sounds like you've had a time of getting yours back on the right path. Hope you keep at it and both of you hang around and out with us.
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welcome to the forum sounds like you got a good deal the body looks clean!
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Welcome! My Bonnie was also a mess when I got it. I was lucky and found a parts car with the same color in and out. Changed everything from the dash back incl. headliner & carpet. Was supposed to pay $500 from my father in law,but ended up working it off.
She also was missing her grill. Changed rear bumper. Added 17'*. My Bonnie is a '97 with 224,000+ mi
Wife has her now.
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Welcome to the Bonneville Forum! We like to see the never give up attitude when it comes to keeping our Bonnie'* on the road!
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I have new front brakes and rotors for your Bonneville just setting in my garage. I bought them for my wifes 92 SE and traded it in for a 01 bonneville. The brakes are NAPA premium pads and the rotors are NAPA Silverline. I check tomorrow to make sure. I have a factory radio for your Bonneville too. Sense you have spend alot of money already I give you the brakes, rotors and radio for free and you just pay for shipping. I think the one of rotors may fix in a priority flat rate box for around $11.00 X 2= $22.00. The brakes and radio in another flat rate box for $11.00 so your total with be 33.00 to 35.00. Would you like them? I just be happy knowing I helping a fellow Bonnie onwer.
I'll check on the brakes tomorrow.
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welcome to BonnevilleForum =)
nice look ride, shes in a beautiful shape
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Very nice looking Bonne Jay.

Thanks for showing her off to us!

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