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How to tell what trim package?

Old 05-17-2019, 03:06 PM
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Default How to tell what trim package?

Hey everyone, im new to the site and new to s10s, im a mechanic by trade and ive already gained alot of helpful insight by this page, i have 2 questions though, 1st how do i know what trim package i have? Its a 95 s10 ls, but when i went to buy shocks it asked if it was a zr2 or zr5 and so on and i have no idea how to find out, 2nd when i bought it the truck was missing the entire air box i literally have nothing but an open throttle body. Ive tried finding these answers but havnt had any luck, thanks in advance.
Old 05-17-2019, 03:11 PM
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The suspension trim level deal should be listed on the rpo code sticker inside the glove box, I think.

For the air box, S10s are a dime a dozen in a junk yard, just go grab one
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Yes, the RPO code on the inside of the glove box will be your go-to place to learn of all of the options. There are places where you can have the VIN decoded with all of the RPO codes listed. Very useful stuff.
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