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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2006, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
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K&N part number - 4JG2

I just picked up my '96 Wizard and I'm looking for the K&N part number for the 3.1TD. Anyone know?

Also, where can I go about looking to determine what options my truck came with? Does it have a code list somewhere on the truck?
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Re: K&N part number - 4JG2

Ok nevermind - gosh the board is active [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]

For reference, K&N part number for the 4JG2 air filter, which is a round cylinder 6" wide and 7" tall and 3" center inlet, from Summit Racing: KNN-E-1009.
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look under your seat or in the back of the seat . as in the springs on the back or bottom you should find the build sheet for yoour truck. chevy puts that info on the glove box door you just have to know how to read the codes that are printed on that sticker for the chevy.
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Thanks, I've read the RPOs (my prior truck of 7yrs was a chevy). Unfortunately, they are useless and don't give as much info as the American Chevrolets. This is afterall a Japanese vehicle.

Since this post, I've tracked down a bit more information to get me rolling.

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