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You can tell your car configerationconfiguration by deciphering the VIN number of your car. The vin number may be on the lowest extent of your winshieldwindshield or in the driver door jam or under the hood. It varies by manufacturer. Check out this page:
You can tell your car configerationconfiguration by deciphering the VIN number of your car. The vin number may be on the lowest extent of your winshieldwindshield or in the driver door jam or under the hood. It varies by manufacturer. Check out this page:
 
https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/
 
and specifically this:
 
https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/pdf/vincard90.pdf
 
You should be able to determine your configuration from this information. Good luck.

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You can tell car configeration by deciphering the VIN number of your car. The vin number may be on the lowest extent of your winshield or in the driver door jam or under the hood. It varies by manufacturer. Check out this page:
You can tell car configeration by deciphering the VIN number of your car. The vin number may be on the lowest extent of your winshield or in the driver door jam or under the hood. It varies by manufacturer. Check out this page:
 
https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/
 
and specifically this:
 
https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/pdf/vincard90.pdf
 
You should be able to determine your configuration from this information. Good luck.

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Original post by: Anthony Kouttron ,

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You can tell car configeration by deciphering the VIN number of your car. Check out this page:

https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/

and specifically this:

https://service.gm.com/dealerworld/vincards/pdf/vincard90.pdf

You should be able to determine your configuration from this information. Good luck.

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