A General Motors Vehicle Identification Number, represented by a 17-digit string of letters and numbers, is comprised of three basic sections. The first three digits of the VIN detail the World Manufacturer Identifier, w... More »

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The VIN is found on the dashboard and on a label inside the vehicle's door frame. A vehicle identification number, commonly abbreviated to VIN, is a unique number assigned to every vehicle that is manufactured. More »

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While General Motors part numbers are not generally stamped on each part, a number of online and retail resources are able to locate the part number given the vehicle’s year, make and model, or the vehicle identification... More »

To check a car's vehicle identification number or VIN, enter the 17-digit letters and numbers into a VIN identification website, such as Edmunds, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the National Motor V... More »

A vehicle identification number has 17 positions comprised of a sequence of numbers and letters. A VIN decoder chart matches the positions in a VIN number to the vehicle's manufacturer, description and identifier informa... More »

The 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN) on a Chevrolet vehicle stands for several key aspects of the car's manufacture, including body style, chassis, series, engine type, model year and plant location, accordin... More »

General Motors transmissions can be identified by casting numbers, manufacturing codes, and the shape and number of bolts on the transmission pan. Casting numbers are most commonly used to identify manual transmissions, ... More »