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Found my buid sheet, but what are the extra numbers?


Started in on my seats and when I took the back off the pass side bucket their it was, the build sheet. Matches my GM docs but there are a bunch of extra number at the end. These # have nothing to do with my VIN #, engine # maybe? First car I've owned that actually has one or one that I've found. Numbers are 9XXX and 8XXX? Must have used these seats in another model, never made a convertible canso in 66 .Thx Jim hawk 2.jpg

-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Sunday 17th of January 2016 02:34:41 AM



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Jim, I hope you don't mind, I went in and edited your text and picture. Those are your key codes and I thought it best to remove them before someone decides they like the idea of making keys for your car, which they are able to do with those codes!

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Thanks Carl!!!!! Now I know what the numbers are for! Think I put in the ignition switch from the chevy ll I parted out, but can't remember. Happens after a 13 year build.no



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So the first number is ign and the second is trunk.

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Awwwww, I'm too late to get your key codes! Just leave your garage door open next time.wink

 

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I'll just ask Jim to toss me the keys and to have a beer.
I'll be bk later,why get a key made.:beer

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A81 = Headrests. That has to be pretty rare on a 67 Acadian.



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CdnGMfan wrote:

A81 = Headrests. That has to be pretty rare on a 67 Acadian.


 Even more rare on a 66.biggrin



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