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Spider Injector for 96 - 02 Chevy, GMC and Oldsmobile

http://www.buyautoparts.com/partsearch.asp?partno=35-20011_ON Here we have the OEM replacement Spider Injector for the 96-02 GMC, Chevy and Oldsmobile with the 4.3L motor. This fuel injector assembly is a direct fit OEM replacement. The unit shown in this video can be installed in the vehicles without any modification to the unit or the vehicle.


 


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