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Old 04-22-2006, 08:51 PM   #11
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[quote="88_Bonnie_Person What to Show Me: 88-94'* try to keep the miles below 200k, any color, any options, any trim (se,sle,sse,ssei) [/quote]

Too bad...I just gave a 95 SSE with the supercharged engine to my friend for free. Just picked it up today actually. Supercharger was on its way out though.
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There are some obvious differences regarding performance in the 95'*. These are PCM related. The 96 and newer SE PCM'* were much more restrictive.
do you think the ECM is the same in all 95 3800?
The PCM'* are all the same for the 1995 L27 and 1995 L36 in the C, H and U bodies...

The Riv is full on OBD2... So not they aren't all the same...

But the 95 PCM for the bonnevilles is less restrictive than the 96+ OBD2 PCM

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There are some obvious differences regarding performance in the 95'*. These are PCM related. The 96 and newer SE PCM'* were much more restrictive.
do you think the ECM is the same in all 95 3800?
The PCM'* are all the same for the 1995 L27 and 1995 L36 in the C, H and U bodies...

The Riv is full on OBD2... So not they aren't all the same...

But the 95 PCM for the bonnevilles is less restrictive than the 96+ OBD2 PCM
The Riv is Obd 2 ????????

on the N/A only or does that apply to the */C also?
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Too bad...I just gave a 95 SSE with the supercharged engine to my friend for free. Just picked it up today actually. Supercharger was on its way out though.

Yeah it is too bad, but location is a factor and also condition of the car (coming from an enthusiast though, no worries) Anyway,.... shoulda coulda woulda....
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There are some obvious differences regarding performance in the 95'*. These are PCM related. The 96 and newer SE PCM'* were much more restrictive.
do you think the ECM is the same in all 95 3800?
The PCM'* are all the same for the 1995 L27 and 1995 L36 in the C, H and U bodies...

The Riv is full on OBD2... So not they aren't all the same...

But the 95 PCM for the bonnevilles is less restrictive than the 96+ OBD2 PCM
The Riv is Obd 2 ????????

on the N/A only or does that apply to the */C also?
Should be OBD2, open your hood and look at the emissions label... It will say either OBD1 or OBD2 compliant

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Should be OBD2, open your hood and look at the emissions label... It will say either OBD1 or OBD2 compliant
This is really interesting info. *subscribed*
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Too bad...I just gave a 95 SSE with the supercharged engine to my friend for free. Just picked it up today actually. Supercharger was on its way out though.

Yeah it is too bad, but location is a factor and also condition of the car (coming from an enthusiast though, no worries) Anyway,.... shoulda coulda woulda....

Condition...the car was mint looking.
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There are some obvious differences regarding performance in the 95'*. These are PCM related. The 96 and newer SE PCM'* were much more restrictive.
do you think the ECM is the same in all 95 3800?
The PCM'* are all the same for the 1995 L27 and 1995 L36 in the C, H and U bodies...

The Riv is full on OBD2... So not they aren't all the same...

But the 95 PCM for the bonnevilles is less restrictive than the 96+ OBD2 PCM
The Riv is Obd 2 ????????

on the N/A only or does that apply to the */C also?
Should be OBD2, open your hood and look at the emissions label... It will say either OBD1 or OBD2 compliant
A member on my grand site has a 95 */c Riv. He said his car is the weird OBD 1.5
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He'* wrong. I've learned this from experience. My boss has a 95 Riv, and it'* full OBD2.
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druffdruff I been reading his post wrong for the last 2 years his car does have a OBD2 port
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