There are dealers that will tell you part numbers and dealers that won't. I
don't see what the big deal is, it's a friggin' number. Seriously though,
why do you need the number?
I know I ask for it because for some parts it takes the guy a while to look
it up, so I ask for the part number for reference. If I'm just pricing it
now and I'm going to buy it later I can just call at a later date and say,
"order me part number such and such" rather than having go through the look
up process again.
Well, I have to get a Transfer Case Control Module for my 99 Jimmy (I think
thats all thats missing behind the kick panel) and the dealer wants the VIN
to figure out which TCCM I have, Well I found two different TCCM's for sale
nearby for 75 bucks if I can just get the part number I can get the right
one sent to me.
I thought more on the lines of getting an estimate because my mother in law
was buying the part for our christmas and she wants to know exactly how much
its gonna be.
I used your part number along with one I got from a part provider, here were
Transfer Case Shift Module
Description says its MDL ASM
this is for MDL AS
So I wonder what the difference is?
Yeah they were the actual part numbers I needed, I went to the GMC dealer
here in town, asked if they could tell me which TCCM I needed and he pulled
it up I asked him what the part number was and he read it off to me. It was
the same. If you look up that number at http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/ you
will see that it is the one. 12577412
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