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Registered: Mon Oct 02 2006 12:00 PM
Loc: Sandwich, IL
I guess I'm pretty dense, looks like mostly late model stuff i.e. 80's, 90's. Couldn't figure out what all the number were or how it was organized or if it was at all organized. As I said, I'm pretty dense, looks like a handful of odd pages that were scanned in, maybe the bare beginning of a project like Keith Hardy has established.
It works, the easiest way to use it is if you have a GM part number, go to search and type in the number. if there is any information on that number, it will come up. Usually it will show the catalogs that part was listed in & the application. Also it shows the parts history catalogs which I believe is valuable because that will tell you if a part number has been discontinued from GM or if it was superseded to another part number. It will also tell you if that part number is for sale anywhere on the internet. Usually it comes up as being sold on E Bay.
Ive found quite a few parts on E bay that were said to fit my truck, but according to my parts catalog they were the incorrect part number, just to be sure Ive taken that number , put it in the search & it will show that it was changed from the number listed in my book. It's a pretty good tool.