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Old 06-15-2005, 02:11 AM   #1
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what about the plastic inner fenders, and the plastic piece that bolts on to the front bumper??? acts as an air deflector for air in the radiator and into the air box from underneith
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Old 07-19-2005, 11:26 PM   #3
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what about the plastic inner fenders, and the plastic piece that bolts on to the front bumper??? acts as an air deflector for air in the radiator and into the air box from underneith
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Hmm. I've got 'front fascia deflector' part numbers, for which there's separate left-hand and right-hand ones.
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93-97 RH = 10246272
93-97 LH = 10246273
98-02 RH = 10297290
98-02 LH = 10297291

Not sure about the 'plastic inner fenders' -- are you talking about the wheel-well liners, or the actual fender body panel?
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i hate to ask,
but work 6 days a week, so hard getting to a chevy dealer

need # for rear tail pipe hangers, mine are shot.

any help... much appreciated !
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Need part # for steering gear on a 2000 trans am. I saw the part number on the sticky but thats for a earlier model. Thanks
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i hate to ask,
but work 6 days a week, so hard getting to a chevy dealer

need # for rear tail pipe hangers, mine are shot.

any help... much appreciated !
Is this what you're looking for?
Exhaust Muffler Hanger (98-02) = 10407350
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Need part # for steering gear on a 2000 trans am. I saw the part number on the sticky but thats for a earlier model. Thanks
steering gear kit (Delco rack and pinion - remanufactured) (98-02) = 26062311
It appears to be the same number for all the years
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hope so bro... look it up now,

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What are the part numbers for the little rubber gas door stoppers, and the little push in clip/pin for the back bumper to keep the bumper from rattling.
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What are the part numbers for the little rubber gas door stoppers, and the little push in clip/pin for the back bumper to keep the bumper from rattling.
Fuel Tank Filler Door Bumper (on door) (need 1 of these) (93-02) = 10172357
Fuel Tank Filler Door Bumper (on pocket) (need 2 of these) (93-02) = 10257216

Rear Bumper Fascia Retainer (push-in) (22.5mm long) (need 6 of these) (93-02) = 5973400
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Hmm. I've got 'front fascia deflector' part numbers, for which there's separate left-hand and right-hand ones.
Firebird
93-97 RH = 10246272
93-97 LH = 10246273
98-02 RH = 10297290
98-02 LH = 10297291

Not sure about the 'plastic inner fenders' -- are you talking about the wheel-well liners, or the actual fender body panel?
the wheel well liners.
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Old 08-16-2005, 07:39 AM   #12
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What about the grey center console. I really just need the part where the shifter boot connects to the center console. That whole front piece. Thanks (I saw ebony camaro, I didn't know if it would be the same, prolly not since it's a different color) I don't know if they changed grey's but obviously mine is a 98. Thanks.
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the wheel well liners.
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Front Wheel Well Liner (98-02 Firebird), RH = 10296523
Front Wheel Well Liner (98-02 Firebird), LH = 10296524
Front Wheel Well Liner (98-02 Camaro), RH = 10296525
Front Wheel Well Liner (98-02 Camaro), LH = 10296526
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What about the grey center console. I really just need the part where the shifter boot connects to the center console. That whole front piece. Thanks (I saw ebony camaro, I didn't know if it would be the same, prolly not since it's a different color) I don't know if they changed grey's but obviously mine is a 98. Thanks.
Are you referring to the "center console compartment lid" that I had listed? (That's one that I hadn't looked up myself before, and now that I checked on it myself, I'll be revising that listing - it's not color-specific, that's the only one they offer; it's the same on both Camaros and Firebirds; and there's different ones for 98-99 and 00-02 for some reason.)

center console compartment lid (98-99) = 10273748
center console compartment lid (00-02) = 10421355

That doesn't seem to look like "the part where the shifter boot connects to the center console", though... that would probably be this:

Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (98-99) (M6 trans - RPO MN6) = 10297905
Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (98-99) (M5 trans - RPO M49) = 10297906
Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (98-99) (A4 trans - RPO M30) = 10297909
Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (00-02) (M6 trans - RPO MM6) = 10413130
Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (00-02) (M5 trans - RPO MM5) = 10413132
Firebird center console trans. shifter opening trim (00-02) (A4 trans - RPO M30) = 10413138

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Here ya go this is what I'm talking about.
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Here ya go this is what I'm talking about.
Cool, then looks like the "shifter opening trim" is the correct part
It includes the area where the cigarrette lighter is, and the area where the ashtray next to the shifter is, etc.
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Does the SS Third light assembly include the red reflector?

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Thats all I really need... somebody over torqued it before I got the car.
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Default how about fuel rails with a return

whats the part number for the fuel rails with the factory return line.
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Does the SS Third light assembly include the red reflector?

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Thats all I really need... somebody over torqued it before I got the car.
Can't tell for sure from the diagram, but I don't see it listed separately, so I'd guess it's included.
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whats the part number for the fuel rails with the factory return line.
LS1 fuel rails (AC-Delco #217-1401) = 12562815
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