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Does anyone know where to look to find out about possible re-calls on a vehicle and if they have ever been done to a vehicle?

Also, does anyone know how to decifer the option codes for a 1995 Chevy 2500? The glovebox has a sticker with a bunch of codes on it. I'm trying to find out what my axle ratio is based on the sticker.

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GT4 3.73
GT5 4.10
GU6 3.42

If you do a google search on RPO codes you can find a list that will tell you everything your truck was equipted with from the factory.
 

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You can also use the decoder located at www.GM-Trucks.com

I'm not sure if I can post that link, since there is a Chevy Truck forum located there, at any rate, it's a great decoder, I don't care for the forum though.
 

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John - The link you provided only went back to 1998 (Cool H3 pictures/article though!) I did a google search and found a code list for most of my truck's equipment. There are a few I can't find however:
FLT
R6D
R8G
R9L
TFD
TGK
XHP
YHP
1SZ
6GG
7GG

Any ideas?
BTW, my truck's axle is GT4: Axle Rear, 3.73 Ratio (DUP with 5 X 1)
Any clue what DUP with 5 X 1 means?
 

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If I may ask, the stickers found on my glove box are hardly readable. Is there some where with a VIN I can look up a 84 K 10?

While in 90' I had to buy and rebuild the rear axle gears I have forgotten just what the ratio was.. Very tall..

I believe 2.73 : 1 but I might be wrong... Mac
 
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