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Old 08-16-2005, 02:31 AM   #11
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I got a couple new ideas.......
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What are the P/N for the cooler fittings?
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They were in Don'* (jr's3800) post. I'll need to find the link again.
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What are the P/N for the cooler fittings?
No PN'* for the cooler fittings...

The breakdowns just show the lines... I am sure the parts will work on the 91-95 Bonnevilles... And most likely all 440-T4'* and 4T60-E'*

I can list these PN'* if needed..

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What are the P/N for the cooler fittings?
No PN'* for the cooler fittings...

The breakdowns just show the lines... I am sure the parts will work on the 91-95 Bonnevilles... And most likely all 440-T4'* and 4T60-E'*

I can list these PN'* if needed..
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Thanks for the pics. I think mine is a little smaller and will fit easily on either side of the front of the radiator. Did you order a special kit with the needed lines and fittings or do you have specific part numbers. That looks like such a smooth install. I want mine to look as nice.
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93 Bonneville SE
Here is the same thing on my 95..




Disregaurd the bug matter in the last pic... It was a long trip...lol

Again you'll see the U-Bend pipe for the trans cooler GM PN#25615308
GM PART # 25615308
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $6.14
OUR PRICE: $3.51
DESCRIPTION: PIPE CLR



And the line covered with the wire loom, that runs from the radiator to the trans is, GM PN# 25623918

GM PART # 25623918
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $19.99
OUR PRICE: $11.40
DESCRIPTION: PIPE ASM-

You may be able to go to your local Advance/Discount or Autozone and get the correct lines, chances are that you have to tell them its supercharged to get the line for the trans cooler... The U-Bend may have to be a dealer item... Good Luck

Hope that helps..
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I have the same fitting both of my cars.
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I knew I forgot something from the JY this weekend. I meant to nab some of those fittings.
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All 92-95 or maybe 96??? L67'* should have one.
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All 92-95 or maybe 96??? L67'* should have one.
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I know..I know...
Grabbed a BCS, 97 PCM holder (Frank), 96 GA shifter (Mrs. Randman) and a rear d/* window switch and ashtray for the 97.

Was in a rush to be on time to do stuff with the girl. Forgot the tranny fittings, because like JR said..they are stock and look nice and clean.
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