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GM reverse part number look-up

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GTOnly70, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. GTOnly70
    Joined: Jul 24, 2008
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    I've acquired a number of car parts - much of which I don't know what they were on originally (don't get excited, most of it is not that old). Mostly GM, but some Chrysler and Ford as well. Does anyone know a good site where I could type in the part numbers to identify the part? GM, Ford, or Chrysler?

    A search on the internet (formerly a useful tool for such inquiries) seems to result in an endless loop of search engines with very little actual useful information...
     
  2. I just google them usually, newer stuff isn't hard to track down, but the older stuff you almost need to get into old catalogs to look up. For instance, I have an old Auto-Lite 2-32 condensor set here that I got a bunch of possible applications on and nothing firm. But if I run the GM number for a 1990s exhaust manifold I not only get application but the Hollander number too.
     
  3. J Man
    Joined: Dec 11, 2003
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    try bing.com
     
  4. J Man
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    or get friendly with the local counter guy at the dealership
     
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  5. This is a good idea.The Advance Auto stores has an intranet where they can go into a Keystone site (not available on the www) and it has a cross reference where you punch in a part number and it tells all the vehicles and years it fits.You need to find an old guy though.The younger part timers never find this out.
     
  6. OldBuzzard
    Joined: Mar 8, 2008
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    from MA.

    The AC Delco web site did have a lookup where you could put in the GM part number and it would list everything the part was used on. Haven't been there in a while, but it probably is still there. acdelco.com.
     
  7. swsimon
    Joined: Jan 5, 2007
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    Try www.partsvoice.com it's free to join and it is a very helpful site when looking for parts. Most of the time if you type in the p/n it comes back with a description of the part. Scott
     
  8. jxnslotcar
    Joined: Apr 26, 2009
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    Great site and it is free to register. Thank you!
     

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