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I did a search and found conflicting ac delco part numbers. Does anyone have part numbers for the following.

AC spark plugs
Ac wires and cap rottor
Ac egr
Ac fpr.

I had my emission test and I failed.The car sat for 5 years and I guess I didn't clean here out good.Oil/filter/throttle body cleaner,coolant ,sat, breaks rottors,fuel filter.

They made me do a 2 speed idle emissions test.
2500 rpm Idle rpm
HC ppm /limit/reading Limit / Reading
200 252 200 761 Fail
Co% 1.00 8.42 1.0 9.19 Fail

I only found the pvc unplugged and I also changed that after. Any Ideas?

Thanks again.

Mike
1993 sedan deville 4.9 engine B
 

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The part numbers are easily available at your parts store/every online parts store there is and in your owners manual. Simple to look up yourself.
Since the vehicle sat so long, it needs to be driven. Look for the WOT procedure here in the 'tech' section. Once you get ready for a follow-up inspection: fill almost empty gas tank with Prem gas and take a 25mi/more highway run ending at the inspection station.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I was just wanting to make sure. I found plug numbers to be different .On this site I found AC 41-950 and at the dealer it was ac 19158043 ? and at a parts store they were AC41-920 . I just want to make sure. For some reason when I do a search ,it comes up not what I was asking for and gived me pages upon pages that I have to look through to see what info I can use. Maybe I am searching wrong.

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This is what's listed in the FSM

-- Item/ PART NO/ AC TYPE

  1. spark plug/ 5614235/ 41-902 (GAP .060)
  2. cap/ 1977046/ D338
  3. rotor/ 10498150/ D448
  4. plug wires/ 12073962/ 626B
It's always fun to go into the parts store and tell them which part # u want to spend your money on.
 

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Thanks Guys!
I bought all ac delco parts.I will try this weekend .I hope to have everything ready in time for my dads birthday(it's a gift for him) The back plugs look like they are in a tight place. I will look to see if there is a section on removing plugs with what tools are needed. Don't get me wrong. I have built couple of fast carts and I have a high 9 second Buick v6 turbo car. I just don't want to waste time or doing things without a point of attack.

Thanks for the help.


Here is a link to some of the cars we run. Couple 6 second pro mods.A street car and other stuff. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=BigMikegn
 

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I think you are off to a good start, it never hurts to put new plugs etc.. in. Do you have access to a scan tool that has datastream access, with the failure of emissons I think you would also need to look at the o2 sensor. On the datastream it would tell you what that sensor is reading. You should also have a check engine light on because something is out of whack for sure. When you got the results did the tech give you what they thought was problem... I bet they said you would need a new CAT. Good hunting... it may also be worthwhile to check codes and see if something is there, your car is obd1 so there are not many of them compared to later years.
 

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Well ,it's all fixed. Passed e test with flying colours! OO and o.1 . I main culprit was the driver on the ecm. New ecm was $200.00 and went to do a emission test and it was perfect. I just wanted to complete the post. (I hate reading posts that never have a outcome to what the original problem was)

Thanks to all the relpied and gave help.

Mike
 
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