[Gmecm] 32-pin underhood 95 Regal PCM connector insert
gas- at charter.net
Fri Aug 26 16:39:11 CDT 2005
Ryan, guess I misunderstood you. My guess if the number shows up
in the dealer price book, there will be a group/page where shown.
How knowledgeable or energetic is the parts guy?
Checked my Delphi catalog (originally obtained from Power &
Signal) for those #s. There are 4 'retainers'/colors, BTW. Now
for a little irony, after doin' that checkin'.
For some reason only 3 (#21-#23) are shown in the Delphi cat.,
one which is the #21 black. The black is the least expensive from
the GM dealer, the others are more than double the price. One
(red) is not shown in Delphi cat., yet is available from dealer, but
in quantity of (5). PCM terminals are of the 'micro-pack' 100
series. The complementary retainers, connectors, seals, CPAs
and 'strain relief' are thus also in micro-pack section of the Delphi
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Subject: Re: [Gmecm] 32-pin underhood 95 Regal PCM connector insert
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> > From: "gary" <gas- at charter.net>
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> > BTW, I believe there were two of us that posted the part #.
> > Ordering that particular component separately may be a problem.
> Gary, I had no problem ordering that part from my local GM Dealer,
> separately. Cost a whole $1. Thanks again! Back to my original
> what catalog can I get that lists those part numbers?
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