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Old 03-15-2012, 04:54 PM
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Default Interior color help!!!!

Alright y'all, I have a 97 Chevy Silverado K1500, and I have no idea what the inside color is or how to find out what it is. It's either charcole, gray, or medium neutral?? Can someone help me out pleaseee
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Take your vin number to your local chevy dealer service department and they can look it up for you. If they are willing to go above and beyond, they can print you off your full build sheet. Good luck to you.
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Old 03-15-2012, 09:36 PM
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You think that's the only way to get it?
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No, just the easiest and you get ALL the information for your truck. Nothing is easier for all of your questions than having a build sheet to help answer those questions. This is just my suggestion.
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that is a the best way its very helpful and will save you alot of time when you need another color or part number or anything
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Look for a label with a bunch of codes on it inside the glove box. You'll probably have to do some Googling to decipher the the RPO codes, but the paint codes are near the end of the series. In this picture, my interior paint code is 69I, which is Dark Pewter for my 2004. I think it could be a different color, or a different name, for other model years.
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If you take a piece of interior trim or your truck to you local aautomotive paint supply company, they can usually match your color with a spray can of paint that will closely match your color. Remember the interior in your truck is 15 years old and UV faded so the color may be off slightly but if you paint a complete panel the difference is hard to see. I have a 94 1500 and I did this when I put in a new radio and the new center panel was black. The match in color is hard to tell. I also just got paint for a 2004 crown vic A pillar trim and match was perfect.
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Look for a label with a bunch of codes on it inside the glove box. You'll probably have to do some Googling to decipher the the RPO codes, but the paint codes are near the end of the series. In this picture, my interior paint code is 69I, which is Dark Pewter for my 2004. I think it could be a different color, or a different name, for other model years.
Yeah I did that and it really helped me a lot. Thanks a lot!
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Find your RPO codes in your glove box, mine tells you the color
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Old 03-21-2012, 10:14 PM
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I need to start reading previous posts before I post lol. Here a a couple decoder sites.

RPO Codes.com: general motors option codes

GM RPO Door Codes For Pontiac Firebird & Chevrolet Camaro: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2002 Cars (PDF) - Marshu.com

If you cant find it there google, youll find it.
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