Question about GMC Cars & Trucks
If it came with the vehicle you can call a GM dealer and give them your vin number.
If your just buying a used engine you will block casting numbers on the front and rear of the block. Again you can call a GM dealer and give them the block casting number and they can tell you everything you might want to know. On the driver side behind the valve cover you should find the casting numbers. You might have to clean or even wire brush it to be able to read the numbers. On the front it should be like behind the water pump and again. You might have to clean and or wire brush it to be able to read the numbers. I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jul 26, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GM vortec 4,3 engine - oil pan
Because you are replacing the motor i assume you threw a rod or did something internally went wrong. i would recomend getting a new oil pan or use the oil pan from the motor that is good it shouldnt mateer about the 4x4
Posted on Jan 11, 2014
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