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  2. Thanks I did not know about that one. The only one I knew about was the AC Delco interchange which does not seem to work with GM long numbers.
  3. I found that here: Click the "What this fits" tab, and "Show More" for a complete list of years and trims. Other GM parts sites have the same feature, but not all of them are this specific and sometimes are missing certain models.
  4. Quarxkad you are very good at finding information. Would you mind sharing your secret how you found the part interchange for part #10063538? Thanks Ron.
  5. Good Deal. See everyone there! My scenario keeps changing all the time. My 79 Hurst Olds is now (probably permanently) residing at our house in South Carolina. Come April the plans are to replace the Timing Chain and I'll throw in a rebuilt water pump (not done in China but rather a used one done RIGHT). If this works out well my wife & I may fly to SC and then drive the 79 H/O to the Nationals, it's only 6 hours away. If I'm not good with how the job turns out I go back to taking the 1996 CS from Connecticut and back, as I'm not afraid to drive this car any distance, its 3.1 has proven itself to be worthy of any long trip I can put in front of it. I've already gotten a first place with this car so I may just go show only with it. I would get marked down for the driver improvements I've made to it but they are must haves since I use this car for to work travel 9 months of the year. By the way, it was pointed out to me that the leather seats I got off that 4 door junker do not have the fold forward feature. To my utter horror that is correct. Is there any way to rig these seats so they will fold forward? If not I may only install the drivers seat, it's a safety issue, If anyone is in the back and need to get out of the car in a hurry I cant have both seats not being able to fold forward for a quick exit.
  6. I went back and looked at the thread where I saw resoldering mentioned, and it actually has a picture of exactly which joints to resolder.
  7. Glad it worked for you! The solder they used is junk and it may very likely become brittle and fail again. If it does, go through and re-do it with good leaded solder and it'll be good for life. IIRC, there are only a few joints that actually fail that cause the problem. @White93z34 would know the specifics better than I do.
  8. It worked! Knowing I'm no good at soldering, and that there are probably 100 solder joints, I opted for a workaround that I've successfully restored electronics with in the past: a heat gun. Applied at a safe distance against the back of the circuit board, juuuust enough heat to melt and rejoin any cracks or weak joints. Hooked it back up, grounded the connector, *click* *click* *thunk*. Door locks and trunk latch all cycled! Now I just need a remote and I should be good to go.
  9. I can at least tell you my 91 Cutlass International and 93 Grand Prix STE have the same RPO code AU0 Keyless Entry System.
  10. I'll give it a shot, but my soldering skills are sub-par! 10063538. I checked a GM parts store and found this list of other cars that it fits: Buick Regal 2DR Base 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 2DR CUSTOM 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 2DR GRAN SPORT 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 2DR LIMITED 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Buick Regal 4DR Base 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 4DR CUSTOM 1991, 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 4DR GRAN SPORT 1992, 1994 Buick Regal 4DR LIMITED 1991, 1992, 1994 Chevrolet BLAZER 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Chevrolet Caprice 4DR Base 1992 Chevrolet Caprice 4DR LS 1992 Chevrolet S10 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 GMC JIMMY 2DR 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 GMC JIMMY 4DR 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 GMC Pickup Base 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 GMC TYPHOON 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Oldsmobile BRAVADA 2DR 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Oldsmobile BRAVADA 4DR 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 2DR Base 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 2DR SUPREME 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 2DR SUPREME INT 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4DR Base 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4DR SUPREME 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass 4DR SUPREME INT 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix 2DR Base 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 2DR GT 1991, 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix 2DR LE 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix 2DR SE 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 4DR Base 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 4DR LE 1990, 1991, 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix 4DR SE 1991, 1992, 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 4DR STE 1990, 1991, 1992 That's a *lot* of cars to search through at the junkyard! Plus, many of them have different mounting locations. Easiest thing to do would probably be check the RPO code list, but 1. I don't know if all of them would use the same as mine (AU0), 2. not all of the cars will still have their RPO sticker, and 3. it's likely that other model numbers will work as well.
  11. Does your TRW module box have a part # on it?
  12. Resolder all the joints. If the fuse is intact, the locks should cycle when you ground the lead in the trunk. Even if the joints "look okay", the box is still suspect.
  13. Last week
  14. So, I found out my car had the factory installed keyless entry system, I honestly didn't even know that was an option on this car. I checked the manual and it says to ground the service terminal in the trunk, and the locks should cycle locked and unlocked to confirm it's entering programming mode. I grounded the terminal, and nothing happened. I checked around the forum and found mentions of bad solder joints, so I pulled out the rear seat and took out the module. I don't see any bad solder joints, it actually all looks like it's in pretty decent shape. I'm not an electronics expert, so I wouldn't know where to begin in diagnosing this module. Are they commonly found in w-bodies? Should I just go to the junkyard and locate a few, maybe one of them works? What cars would have this same module? 1st Gen W's? All W's? Even other GMs?
  15. I have an extra one of those too, I think that was the most common option aside from nothing at all. The combo look isnt going to work out even with the right shaped wing so I`m giving up on that. Looks funny from the side, Still want the rear buckets and rear console for sure
  16. I had no idea that was going on there, thats 20mins away from me! I`ll be there for sure.
  17. Wizaird Intake for sale. Was in my '07 GP GT. I did have to modify that box slightly to get a better fit but I didn't cut away much. I really didn't like how tightly it was fitting. K&N Cone intake included. I'll get some pictures posted ASAP. Asking $120 + Shipping, OBO.
  18. I'll see you in Murfreesboro next year as I'm going to the Olds Nationals too! I'm taking the vert and, if I can get my wife to drive one, I'll bring the coupe.
  19. Not sure if it would’ve been of interest but I chucked a cs lip when we moved :-(
  20. Ill try to get pictures of what i have in the upcoming week.
  21. My state is not to fussy with the Classic Plates and there are no driving restrictions, 25 years and older gets you a set if wanted. Glad my 96 CS is still around. In fact, I just bought (what I thought was) the last MOOG front end kit from Rock Auto with the aim of replacing my rusty lower control arms. This is all in an effort to preserve this car while putting on as many miles as I can while I have it. In fact, the plans are now to leave the older ones home and drive the 1996 to the Olds Nationals in Murfreesboro, TN next year. That trip will be good for another 2000 miles all told.
  22. TGP's/TSTE's made the cut for CFC as well. I remember there being a TSTE on the list of cars that were destroyed and I think it was a pretty clean, low mile car.
  23. The only W-bodies that were destroyed under such program were the LQ1-engined cars. Everything else didn't qualify because GM built 'em to be so fuel efficient. Its always amazing, talking to people who own Hondas and Toyotas, from even the early 2000s, about tune-ups, and being in sheer horror that the 2002 Accord still uses a mechanical distributor. I don't think a W-body was ever built with a mechanical distributor. The government here recently cancelled the classic plate program, so its full freight on the plates if I want to keep mine past 30 years ($750/year w/discount). Still a great car, needs some paintless dent repair, and some new rockers welded on/primed/painted, but otherwise is immaculate. I bought a 7th gen Accord to 'replace' it a year ago, but still much prefer the CS. If the CS was in a wreck and I had to replace it with something identical (for insurance), I can't even find anything online for sale that's comparable. Heck, I can't even find a W-body CS sedan for sale on the largest used auto website in Canada at all.
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  25. Man thats a great color on these cars, not much else you can do but put a UB3 in there.
  26. The Cash for Clunkers program wiped a vast majority of older vehicles out, I remember seeing all sorts of nice cars turning up to be destroyed. I know one other person here that drives a 3.1 `92 coupe and he's not interested in giving his up either. I`d like to get another 1st gen for an L67 swap, probably buy one already done looking for a good home. As common as it was for that swap I havent seen those come around for sale that often either.
  27. I used a hydroboost from an Astro van. I had to modify the mount to get the right angle to clear the turbo exhaust but it wasn't that difficult. I made lines from the steering pump to the hydroboost, then down to the rack. The return lines T together and return to the pump. It works crazy good!
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