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  • Curtis
    started a topic Centralized Parts info for non-Cavalier GM models here

    Centralized Parts info for non-Cavalier GM models here

    If you have parts info on any GM model except Cavalier, such as parts suppliers, part numbers, interchangeable non-OEM replacements, sources, prices, etc for any GM product except Cavalier, please post that info (only) in this thread.

  • cngpizza
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    Hello my CNG Friends. I could use a fuel rail temp sensor for a 2003 GMC 6.0. dedicated, but one off a bi-fuel may work.
    Don't hesitate to call 773-960-5642 Thanks
    Bob

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  • tdsurf
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    Re: Centralized Parts info for non-Cavalier GM models here

    Help...need this part http://oemcats.com/oem-parts/52369822.html Alternative Fuel Module....any help appreciated! For Chevy Express 2002 bi-fuel but I hear it's same as many cng vehicles...email me please if you have intel....need to pass smog asap. IN California. trevordowns7@gmail.com

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  • ninjabluedog
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    Re: Centralized Parts info for non-Cavalier GM models here

    Any body know where I can get a hold of a CNG sender switch for a Chevy 1500 with an IMPCO kit on it? The part number is 16077.

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  • mrpsycho1
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    Re: Centralized Parts info for non-Cavalier GM models here

    Gas pressure transducers (fuel level sensors) are pretty dependable, but if you do have a bad one, you may find a direct replacement on digikey.com. I get most of my electronic stuff there. If you have a brand they carry such as MSI (Measurement Specialties Inc.), you can just type in the part number. Try that 1st. Or, Use "sensor" in the search window, then click "pressure" under the Sensors/Transducers heading. If your old sensor has a pressure printed on it ~ (3000, 5000) go to the operating pressure heading and click your pressure. Now, apply filters and you should have a few to choose from. They even have links to the Datasheets. MAKE SURE IT MATCHES WHAT YOU HAVE!! I hope that helps someone. Ken

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