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2016 Sierra Owner

VIN Decoder & RPO Codes

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1 hour ago, AJE said:

I have an '18, so question answered.  Thanks.

You are very welcome.

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Trying to figure out what gear ratio the truck I have has. I did the QR decode but it doesn't show the gear ratio.

 

I have a 2018 LTZ Crew cab with the 6.2l .

 

How do I get the full RPO list for my truck ?

 

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FWIW, This method still works. Sent off an email yesterday to [email protected] with my VIN requesting a build sheet, and someone got back to me later that same afternoon with the info. Great resource to have.

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On 6/20/2020 at 5:15 PM, ice_nyne said:

FWIW, This method still works. Sent off an email yesterday to [email protected] with my VIN requesting a build sheet, and someone got back to me later that same afternoon with the info. Great resource to have.

I done this and it worked for me too. Very helpful and nice reply. 

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Excellent service with prompt response still.

 

Thanks for the contact information.

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On 7/6/2015 at 12:12 PM, jonny24 said:

Not all the codes in my glove box are on that list?

Not all codes are options but are broadcast codes used to determine the proper parts that went into assembly of the vehicles.  That's the whole reason behind that list, parts.  Some items that changed from vehicle to vehicle are emission components, spring rate components, etc. 

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On 7/6/2015 at 12:12 PM, jonny24 said:

Not all the codes in my glove box are on that list?

You can send a message to [email protected] with your VIN and they will send back a build sheet.  I got one for my 2015 Silverado and was glad I did. Nowhere on the papers when I bought it did it say anything about being an All Star edition, but my build sheet listed it as the package that I have. 

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I sent a message on Sunday after reading this forum.
I had a reply on Monday!
Seems I have an All-Star package and Z71 suspension.
I really got lucky on my used 2017 Silverado purchase, the build sheet is really long.
Great response from Chevrolet media.

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