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Old 09-09-2005, 10:47 AM   #21
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Do you have the part number for the rear window defrost switch?
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Old 09-10-2005, 12:33 AM   #22
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Do you have the part number for the rear window defrost switch?
'Rear Window Defog Switch Pushbutton' unfortunately looks like it's not sold separately, only available as part of the whole HVAC control assembly. The Rear Window Defog Relay is also listed as only being available with the whole control assembly.
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Old 09-10-2005, 12:48 PM   #23
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Ok thanks
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I am looking for the left A.I.R. valve. gm part number is 12559188 or A/C delco part number 219244.

I am pretty sure that is the part number. It is for a 1999 trans am M6 - LS1.
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I am looking for the left A.I.R. valve. gm part number is 12559188 or A/C delco part number 219244.

I am pretty sure that is the part number. It is for a 1999 trans am M6 - LS1.
That is the 1999 left A.I.R. pipe, which comes with the valve, but if all you need is the valve, here's what you want

LS1 Secondary Air Injection (A.I.R.) Check Valve (98-99) (AC-Delco #214-419) = 22048212

(Both sides have the same valves.)
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I think this thread should be a sticky. I mean this thread could be very helpful. Thats just my 0.02. Good job btw ACW.
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Old 09-12-2005, 12:29 AM   #27
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I think this thread should be a sticky. I mean this thread could be very helpful. Thats just my 0.02. Good job btw ACW.
I've got the parts numbers list stickied in the General Maintenance & Repairs forum, and it has a link to this thread. It used to be in the New LS1 Owners forum, but I moved it because there was getting to be too many stickies here. This thread also links back to the parts numbers list, so I left it here (at least for now) to cover this forum even though it's not stickied.
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I need to see if I can get a part number for the covers for the fuse/relay boxes under the hood. The stickers on mine faded and now I don't know what each fuse is for. For some reason I don't think they will be available but it's worth a shot.
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Old 10-10-2005, 11:27 AM   #29
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i need the part number for a 99 trans am a4 pcm? does anyone have that part number?
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I'm looking for a part number for a Black Transmission plate thats bolts to the oil pan but covers up the over lap of the t56 transmission so dirt and rocks etc dont scratch the flywheel bellhousing area. Not usually a major problem, but if you get a bunch of water or junk up there I assume it could probably scar up the flywheel/pressure plate.
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i need the clips to hold on the side skirt on my 97 camaro rs. can you get me the number ? thanx
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Old 10-13-2005, 06:28 PM   #32
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i need the part number for a 99 trans am a4 pcm? does anyone have that part number?
99 LS1 powertrain control module = 9354896
has to be programmed prior to install
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Old 10-13-2005, 06:36 PM   #33
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I need to see if I can get a part number for the covers for the fuse/relay boxes under the hood. The stickers on mine faded and now I don't know what each fuse is for. For some reason I don't think they will be available but it's worth a shot.
The covers are listed, but there's one part number for two different boxes, labelled as being "multi-use", so I don't think it comes with the sticker. Unless it comes with both and you choose the one you want to stick on it... but there's nothing to indicate that, so I have no idea if it does come with stickers or not.

You could just use these pages from the owner's manual that have the diagrams https://ls1tech.com/forums/showpost....89&postcount=2
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i need the clips to hold on the side skirt on my 97 camaro rs. can you get me the number ? thanx
attachments for the 'rocker panel molding kit' for 96-97 Camaro RS:
rocker panel molding retainer (8 per door): 12531209
rocker panel molding bolt (7 per door): 25543139
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Old 10-13-2005, 06:48 PM   #35
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I'm looking for a part number for a Black Transmission plate thats bolts to the oil pan but covers up the over lap of the t56 transmission so dirt and rocks etc dont scratch the flywheel bellhousing area. Not usually a major problem, but if you get a bunch of water or junk up there I assume it could probably scar up the flywheel/pressure plate.
Is this a stock GM part that you're asking about, and what car is it from?
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The covers are listed, but there's one part number for two different boxes, labelled as being "multi-use", so I don't think it comes with the sticker. Unless it comes with both and you choose the one you want to stick on it... but there's nothing to indicate that, so I have no idea if it does come with stickers or not.

You could just use these pages from the owner's manual that have the diagrams https://ls1tech.com/forums/showpost....89&postcount=2

Cool thanks for the help. I had a a part number and it came back the same for both two... I thought I had the wrong number. I found out that they list for $5.
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I need the part number for F-Body A4 Flexplate Bolts please. (the bolts that attach the flexplate to the crank)

And also the part number for the Bellhousing bolts. (the one's that attach the A4 trans to the engine block)

Thanks!
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I need the part number for F-Body A4 Flexplate Bolts please. (the bolts that attach the flexplate to the crank)

And also the part number for the Bellhousing bolts. (the one's that attach the A4 trans to the engine block)

Thanks!
Think it's these, but I'm not sure since they aren't well-labeled... should there be 3 flexplate bolts and 4 bellhousing-to-block bolts? If so, here they are:

A4 bolt (bellhousing?) (hfh, m10x1.5x40, 26 thd, 10.9 por) (4 of these) (98-02 LS1) = 14050422

A4 bolt (flexplate?) (m10x1.5x23-g) (3 of these) (98-00 LS1) = 12560397
A4 bolt (flexplate?) (m10x1.5x22) (3 of these) (01-02 LS1) = 11519291
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Wow! You're fast!!!

Thanks!!
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