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    I know this is an old thread but does any one have the part number to the 3 wire Coolant temp sensor I see the pig tail but not the sensor.

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    You won't really like the readings coming from the 3 wire sensor, they're way off. The 3 wire was only used on the 98 camaro/transam. Your local auto parts store can get you one. I use the 2 wire on the PCM, unless its a 98 camaro PCM, and a factory sensor from the original vehicle when doing a conversion to LS engine.
    See my truck data in the "My Garage" section here... http://www.ls1truck.com/forums/my-ga...tml#post191709

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    I have an 03 truck 4.8 and pcm was kinda not wanting to drill and tap or buy the apadtor for the one wire sensor.

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    does any one one what vehicle has the one wire 3/8 temp sensor.

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    92-93 silverado 5.7L
    See my truck data in the "My Garage" section here... http://www.ls1truck.com/forums/my-ga...tml#post191709

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    Thank you Found out the one for my 87 is a 3/8s also didn't realize it was NPT.

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    I need the part numbers for the earls fittings i need to use in my swap I have a 98 silverado from the plate to the ls intake

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    Shouldered bolts to bolt the clutch hat to the flywheel. I have the flywheel to crank bolts. Cant seem to find the other ones and I really dont want to pay a dealer price.

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    installing lq9 in 92 silverodo with nv4500 standard trans what clutch will work

    Quote Originally Posted by PSWired View Post
    Well I have quite a list:

    Front oxygen sensor for 2002 6L applications: 12565397

    Brake booster intake manifold fitting (needed if you got your 6L engine from a truck with hydroboost, and you have a vacuum booster): 12555831

    3-wire coolant temperature sensor connector: 12102748

    If you want to maintain the integrity of the EVAP system:
    EVAP vent valve: 15759044
    EVAP vent valve connector: 12101858
    Fuel tank pressure sensor connector: 88986451

    Fuel system stuff:
    Fuel pump module (note, will not fit in 88-95 tanks besides 4 door 95 Yukon/Tahoe): ACDelco MU146 (get it off ebay, much cheaper)
    Fuel pump connector: 12167154

    4L80e conversion parts:
    Dipstick: 15183801
    Dipstick tube: 15198439
    Dust cover to use with 4.8, 5.3, 6.0L engines: 15765623

    GMPP spark plug wires for LS1: 12495519

    3 piece "Vortec 6000" engine cover, without hole for EGR valve on passenger side: 15006417, 15006418, 15006419

    Mobil 1 oil filler cap: 12555685

    If you are using a stock wiring harness and want to be able to remove it, you will need the following connectors:
    C100 (engine to body harness): Delco PT1401
    C152 (engine to chassis harness): GM 15306199
    C153 (engine to 4WD harness): Delco PT420

    6L engine gaskets/seals:
    Front main seal- 12585673
    Rear main seal- 12585671
    Front cover gasket- 12574294
    Rear cover gasket- 12574293
    Top cover gasket- 12558178
    Oil pan gasket- 12558760
    Head gasket- 12589227
    Valve cover gasket (2)- 12560696
    Water pump gasket (2)- 12559271
    Oil pickup tube o-ring- 12557075

    6L engine internal parts:
    Main bearings- 1,2,4,5: 89017469 each, 3: 89017470 each
    Rod bearings-12493712 each
    Valve seals- intake: 12482063 (8) , exhaust: 12482062 (8)
    Valve keepers- 10166345 each
    installing lq9 in 92 silverodo with nv4500 standard trans what clutch will work

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    so i am new to this site and picked up a 2004 gmc savannah 3500 with a 6.0 and a 4l80e which i want to put in my 97 tahoe 4wd. i have the complete vehicle with 90k and runs excellent. so my questions are: i keep seeing hotrodlane for parts but the website doesn't exist, so i go to street and performance and can't find anything there either. so who has the motor mount adapters,flywheel kit to use my 4l60e, oil pressure switch extender, and all the other stuff? btw this was a former carpet cleaning van and has a pto and a throttle cable instead of drive by wire accelerator. should i use the 4l80e? can i adapt my transfer case to it?(manual shift case)also could i swap the hydroboost sytem too?any help would be great thanks in advance

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