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GM Part #'s

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Cavalry, Jan 7, 2001.

  1. Cavalry

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    GM Part #\'s

    I have been on the GM site. Is there a way to look up pre '94 part numbers online. The parts guys at the local dealer can be real lost and I would just prefer to go in there and say I need a 12345678.

    Luke
    84 K5
     
  2. 82K5

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    Re: GM Part #\'s

    what parts are you wanting numbers for?

    Phil from K.C.
    1982 K5 Blazer Silverado
    Built in Flint, Michigan-January 1982
    It has one of the very first 700R4 transmissions ever built.
     
  3. TX Mudder

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    Re: GM Part #\'s

    I'd like to know this too. gmpartsdirect.com doesn't have lookup for our yer models.
    And the gm parts counter here loves to tell me that gm never made such and such part, when it came stock on the truck i have parked outside.
    -- Mike
     
  4. 82K5

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    Re: GM Part #\'s

    you guys really need to invest in the factory manuals that chevy puts out. i've got a service manual, a parts manual and an illustration manual. total cost was about $75. worth every penny. go to ebaymotors.com and head for the manual section and look around. there's a lot of stuff out there.

    Phil from K.C.
    1982 K5 Blazer Silverado
    Built in Flint, Michigan-January 1982
    It has one of the very first 700R4 transmissions ever built.
     

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