Are you interested in purchasing a part from another seller and want to be sure it is correct for your vehicle? Do you have a new GM part, but don't know what it fits? With my large collection of GM parts literature and years of experience in use of this literature, I can help you in either of these instances.
- Is it correct for my vehicle?
- I can look up the part in all applicable GM parts literature to determine if it is correct for your application, plus if the part number has been changed or superseded during production. This may take some back-and-forth communication, as I may need specific vehicle information, option codes, colors, etc. as I refer to the catalogs.
- What does this part fit?
- I can look up the part number in all applicable GM parts literature to determine all applications, plus other applicable information. This could include approximate date of part into service, date of supersedence, substitution or discontinuation, wholesale or retail pricing from GM, divisional interchange, and other information. In some cases, a number molded or cast into a part may not be the actual part number, and my chances of identifying it are lessened. The best and fastest way to identify a part is using the part number listed on the GM part packaging. I may request photos of the part or packaging to assist in the identification.
In either of these instances, my charge for the service is $7.50 per part or part number. Upon your inquiry, I will research the part(s) and determine if I can positively complete the identification. If so, then I will provide you with the results after receiving your payment. If I cannot positively complete the identification, then there will be no charge. I only accept funds from you when I determine if I can complete my end of the transaction.
Please use my Contact page if you have any questions or would like to use this service.