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  1. Fred Kiehl
    07-13-2015 10:22 PM
    Fred Kiehl
    They are similar to the others, but they may be a different height. I can look for a pair the next time I go to the junk yard.
  2. eqs_ss
    07-13-2015 12:50 PM
    eqs_ss
    Do you have any condenser insulators available that you can send me? I live in Rochester New York. Are the radiator support bushings similar to the body bushings? I can probably fabricate some up since I do have some body bushings left over when I swapped them up a while back.
  3. eqs_ss
    07-12-2015 10:41 AM
    eqs_ss
    Hello Fred,

    I had to replace my front radiator support on my 95 impala ss and I am missing the lower a/c condenser insulator (the rubber pad the condenser sits on. Also the radiator support bushings are shot. Know where I can get a set? I know parts are scarse. Any possible alternatives you can think of if I am unable to get the same exact parts?

    Thanks
    Ernest
  4. daltongang
    07-04-2015 01:58 PM
    daltongang
    Looking for left front seat belt for 93 fleetwood broughm color gray also same for a 93 caprice kpierce57@rochester.com. Phone 585 671 1632 bill pierce please reply if you can help
  5. suprememind64
    03-21-2015 03:54 PM
    suprememind64
    Hi Fred,

    I was wondering about the harness. I just picked up a set of 12 way Bonnie seats and I do not have the wiring harness from the controller to seat to seat to power (control) them. Is this harness that you have is the one that I need to get the seats to power up and control them? If so is it still available, and please call, text, pm, email me ASAP because I need it. Contact number (203) 683-8023, email contact is thechosenones64@yahoo.com. Thank you!!!!! Also thanks to Mike Ends for informing me about you!!!
  6. Fred Kiehl
    12-17-2014 05:16 PM
    Fred Kiehl
    I probably have one, and if I do not, I can get one. It might be a few days until I get to the junk yard, because I am doing some crash repair on my red wagon.
  7. 95CapriceClassic
    12-17-2014 01:04 PM
    95CapriceClassic
    Hi, Fred, My name is Damian. I saw your offer of a Caprice license plate lens to another member. I'm in need of one for my 1995 model. Do you have another? Thank you! - D.
  8. nudatalk
    12-05-2014 01:15 PM
    nudatalk
    Thanks Fred! I'll do that!
  9. Fred Kiehl
    12-03-2014 09:17 AM
    Fred Kiehl
    The engines are not necessarily more reliable, but when the LT1s need service, they are a lot more expensive to fix. There are a number of B-body owners, who are members, in NY, some in the Long Island area, and they should be able to give you a lead.

    I live in Florida, and do not know anybody in Long Island NY except my cousins, who are women and not into cars.

    If you can get a factory service manual, they are a lot of help in diagnosing issues with the cars. A lot of the parts stores used to have free code checks, but the 95 with an OBD1 system is sort of out of vogue, and most do not have the equipment any more. A code reader is rather expensive for OBD1, so it may cost more than the repair itself. Doing the "replace parts" type of trouble shooting can get really expensive, especially on an LT1.

    Did you write up your issues in the engine section?
  10. nudatalk
    12-02-2014 06:25 PM
    nudatalk
    Fred, do you think the B-Body engines with the Throttle Body Injection, are more reliable than the ones with the Sequential Port Injection?

    Also, I'm having a lot of engine problems with my '95 Roadmaster Wagon. Do you know of a good mechanic in Long Island NY? Thanks...

    - Alex

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  • About Fred Kiehl
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    Largo, FL 33774
    Occupation
    Hustler
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    1991 OCC upgraded LO5, LT1 cam, 46mm TBI, bored intake manifold, wrapped headers, true duals w/Flowmasters, 3.23 posi, flash to pass, drop spindles & springs, custom fender skirts, stainless full moons, Recaros, Blazer console, Nardi/wood SW w/QR, custom wood shift knob, Pioneer DEH P77DH
    1992 OCC now with 5.7 tbi, DEH P77DH
    For a parts list, check http://www.impalassforum.com/vBullet...1#post11691762

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