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1997 Buick Riviera Catalytic Converter 6 Cyl 3.8L Eastern Catalytic - UNIVERSAL

P311-41AA8E7    99175  New

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Eastern Catalytic Catalytic Converter
  • Federal / EPA Semi-Universal Converter - ECO GM
  • ; Undercar Legal Note: Not For Sale or Use in the state of CA/NY & Maine (vehicles with California Emissions)
  • UNIVERSAL
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Qty: None
    • Body Length (IN): 12"
    • Catalyst Type: Eco Gm
    • Inlet Gasket Qty: None
    • Inlet Hardware: None
    • Inlet Type A: 2.25" Id
    • O2 Sensor Ports: None
    • Outlet Gasket Qty: None
    • Outlet Hardware: None
    • Outlet Type A: 2.25" Id
    • Shape: Large Oval
    • Test Weight: 5.9 / 6000
  • Proprietary ECO GM NANO substrate chemistry is designed specifically to meet the emissions challenges of GM's 2.2, 3.1, 3.4, and 3.8L engines. Latest advanced-manufacturing technology, including automated workstations, spinner welding equipment, and high-speed production lines ensures that all converters are built to exact OE dimensions and fitment. This technology helps to maintain industry-leading efficiency, productivity, and competitive prices.
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1997 - Buick Riviera Naturally Aspirated V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
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1976 Buick Riviera Floor Mat Set - Rear Husky Liners - Heavy Duty Floor Mat

P311-08F4DF7    52021  New

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Husky Liners Floor Mat Set  Rear
  • 2nd Or 3rd Seat Floor Mats
  • ; Black; 2 pc.; Does Not Cover Hump
  • Heavy Duty Floor Mat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Material: Rubber
    • Position: Rear
    • Style: Molded
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Cancer And Reproductive
  • Available for virtually all of today's top selling vehicles, Husky Liners(R) Heavy Duty Floor Mats are made ultra tough to take whatever abuse you throw at them. Other mats have met their match.
Brand: Husky Liners
Position: Rear
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1976 - Buick Riviera Rear
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1980 Buick Riviera Floor Mat Set - Front Husky Liners - Heavy Duty Floor Mat

P311-5DBD09C    51061  New

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Husky Liners Floor Mat Set  Front
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  • ; Black; 2 piece
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  • Product Attributes:
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    • Material: Rubber
    • Position: Front
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    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Cancer And Reproductive
  • Available for virtually all of today's top selling vehicles, Husky Liners(R) Heavy Duty Floor Mats are made ultra tough to take whatever abuse you throw at them. Other mats have met their match.
Brand: Husky Liners
Position: Front
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1980 - Buick Riviera Front
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1982 Buick Riviera Floor Mat Set - Rear Husky Liners - Heavy Duty Floor Mat

P311-08F4DF7    52021  New

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Husky Liners Floor Mat Set  Rear
  • 2nd Or 3rd Seat Floor Mats
  • ; Black; 2 pc.; Does Not Cover Hump May Require Trimming For Correct Fit/Trim Guides Molded In Mat
  • Heavy Duty Floor Mat
  • Product Attributes:
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    • Material: Rubber
    • Position: Rear
    • Style: Molded
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Cancer And Reproductive
  • Available for virtually all of today's top selling vehicles, Husky Liners(R) Heavy Duty Floor Mats are made ultra tough to take whatever abuse you throw at them. Other mats have met their match.
Brand: Husky Liners
Position: Rear
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1982 - Buick Riviera Rear
ACDelco
1996 Buick Riviera Spark Plug ACDelco

P311-2AC5391    W0133-2043348  New

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ACDelco Spark Plug
  • Professional Rapidfire
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Brand: ACDelco
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1996 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1998 Buick Riviera Ignition Coil ACDelco

P311-1626F05    W0133-2103417  New

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ACDelco Ignition Coil
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
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1998 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1997 Buick Riviera Ignition Coil ACDelco

P311-1626F05    W0133-2103417  New

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ACDelco Ignition Coil
  • Gold (Professional)
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1997 - Buick Riviera Supercharged
ACDelco
1999 Buick Riviera Ignition Coil ACDelco

P311-1626F05    W0133-2103417  New

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ACDelco Ignition Coil
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Genuine GM
Brand: ACDelco
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1999 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1999 Buick Riviera Ignition Coil ACDelco

P311-1626F05    W0133-2103417  New

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ACDelco Ignition Coil
  • Gold (Professional)
Brand: ACDelco
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1999 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1999 Buick Riviera Fuel Filter ACDelco

P311-1FE80BA    W0133-1639997  New

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ACDelco Fuel Filter
  • Gold (Professional)
Brand: ACDelco
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95 Buick Riviera SOLUTION!!!

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Question From DamselInDistress on 95 Buick Riviera SOLUTION!!!

HT I am so very sorry for seeming as if I blew you off after all your help!

Last week brought a great lead on a job (which I did get this past Monday), and I just had to take a hiatus from all this. But I had every intention of coming back here to let you know the verdict, oh....and to let you know that you were so on the right track with the voltage drop test!

I did take her to another mechanic out of desperation, another idiot....I just seem to attract that apparently. This guy found a code in the history which lead him to the Crankshaft Sensor. Since you, me, brother, and botched fuel pump job has all shown to be an issue with the fuel, that diagnosis really fried my brain!

Finally decided I needed to bring in brother (again) and ask what he though of that one. A few choice words among other things....lol.

I let him know that "this guy on the internet is really trying to help and the only other one who seems to know what he's talking about"....and through this conversation it came up that not only was the seal left off, but if only you could see the botched wiring job because the plug is different on the new plug.

That's when a light bulb went off and he asked "how it was done?" Me not having a clue as to wiring procedures in a car being any different, I just said "uh....only four wires Mike, all twisted together and color coded."

His response (again some choice words), go to the parts store and tell them you need butt connectors and a crimper. (Sigh) This is when I got a big lesson in "resistance" in a car's wiring. IT WAS causing a voltage drop which of course resulted in stalling.

Damn! Could kick myself for all this! (live and learn)

So the car was then running awesome, even took her on the Interstate....was just down to one more issue, that damn vent port on the pump not connecting anywhere really concerned me. It just didn't make sense that it vents "nowhere". (thank God for common sense)

I stopped into a dealership and asked them about it, of course they said it should connect to the venting system...but damned if I could find the hose. So I took it to the transmission shop who now knows me by first name. Lol They were willing to put it on the racks in their "free time" and see if they could find it for me. Took them a few days, but I assure you I am just grateful they were so gracious.

In summary, once the pump was actually sealed, the wiring actually connected properly (have no soldering gun or I would have used that), and the vent line runs into the system...we are finally GOOD!

I have learned my lesson in a big way, just wish I knew a "good" mechanic here. I have had three people who call themselves "mechanics" physically see this job and still scratch their heads. It took two mechanics (you and my brother) who never had that luxury to actually help me get it fixed. :(

If you know someone in the Kansas city area who is GOOD.....my car will be a regular there!!!

My car, my brother, and more than anything....I THANK YOU!!!!

Happy Thanksgiving! :)




Response From Hammer Time

Well, glad to hear you got it resolved. Wish you had mentioned those twisted wires a lot sooner. This guy must have been a complete moron. You just don't do things like that. You find a good shop through "word of mouth". Ask your friends, ask on Facebook, check Yelp, check Angies list.... all kinds of ways to find the right guy and once you find one, stick with him. Don't look for the lowest price because that is when you find the morons.

I'm going to put a link to this thread in your previous question. We try to keep the solutions with the questions for the benefit of other people reading this.

Response From DamselInDistress

Well, glad to hear you got it resolved. Wish you had mentioned those twisted wires a lot sooner. This guy must have been a complete moron. You just don't do things like that. You find a good shop through "word of mouth". Ask your friends, ask on Facebook, check Yelp, check Angies list.... all kinds of ways to find the right guy and once you find one, stick with him. Don't look for the lowest price because that is when you find the morons.

I'm going to put a link to this thread in your previous question. We try to keep the solutions with the questions for the benefit of other people reading this.

Thanks HT....really wanted to post the solution for that very reason. MORON doesn't begin to describe him. Lol

Not a doubt in my mind you would have saved me from all this aggravation if I thought to mention it. I had no clue about "resistance" whatsoever or I assure you I would have!

Yes, next "mechanic" will involve no quotation marks if you know what I mean. Lol

Thanks again, and seriously feel free to take me up on my offer to help you with anything internet related, that's up my alley I assure you!

All the best and Happy Thanksgiving!!

Response From Hammer Time

I can't write any code but I'm pretty good with computers myself, at least as far as keeping them running. Appreciate the offer. I bet you're seeing some real lousy weather right about now. We are getting a deep freeze here for Thanksgiving tomorrow, Supposed to hit the 40s overnight. Sounds like a couch and football day tomorrow.

Response From DamselInDistress

I can't write any code but I'm pretty good with computers myself, at least as far as keeping them running. Appreciate the offer. I bet you're seeing some real lousy weather right about now. We are getting a deep freeze here for Thanksgiving tomorrow, Supposed to hit the 40s overnight. Sounds like a couch and football day tomorrow.

You seemed like you would have it goin on in that area as well, very cool! :) No question Florida is a wee bit warmer (lmao), but it's been pretty damn cold here for a few days now. I think we may hit the 40's or tomorrow, sadly I think this is now appreciated. Warm enough to clean the garage and maybe just maybe start putting my truck back together. WoooHooo Will wait til the fumes die down and prove not to return for that one though! lol

Response From Hammer Time

An additional comment on your solution. Although butt connectors are far better than the twisting of wires that you had, it's not considered a good method in that environment. The pump actually should have come with some better butt connectors that heat shrink to keep the moisture out. What I would suggest now would be to pick up a small can of "liquid electrical tape"and use it to seal up the ends of the butt connectors to keep the moisture out.




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Response From DamselInDistress

An additional comment on your solution. Although butt connectors are far better than the twisting of wires that you had, it's not considered a good method in that environment. The pump actually should have come with some better butt connectors that heat shrink to keep the moisture out. What I would suggest now would be to pick up a small can of "liquid electrical tape"and use it to seal up the ends of the butt connectors to keep the moisture out.




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Have to go to Ace anyway, I will pick some of that up today! :)

Sooooo, have to let you know that I am 90% sure that when the tranny shop hooked up my vent line, it must have come unplugged from the other end. LMAO Really guys....CAN NOT make this stuff up!

I have been letting it "air out" since I got the car back the other day. (and not in no 66 degree weather HT, ) The fumes are back and I just don't understand it....that's the only thing that makes sense. But honestly, after this whole scenario....we are way past making sense! Ha

Any thoughts on where I can find the vent system to check this??? Cause, you know....it's the one part of my fuel system I have yet to master!

Response From Hammer Time

That vapor line goes from the tank to the charcoal canister and another line goes from the canister to the engine. You could also have a line l