Silly questin time. Master cross-reference?

For those of you who work or used to work in the automotive repair industry.....
Does anyone know if there is any kind of "Master Cross-Reference" for
GM parts that indicates which parts were used on which vehicles? It would be extremely useful for those of us who frequent scrapyards for parts to know that bracket X or alternator Y was used on vehicle A, vehicle B, and vehicle C.
eh?
Not Dead Yet
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A couple of days ago someone posted a link to this site: http://www.acdelco.com/html/catalog/index.htm
There you can cross reference many parts. They are not GM part numbers, but the cross reference ability is there for alternators, starters and such. You won't find cross reference for parts only available at the dealer though. Or at least I don't think so.
Steve

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NotDeadYet wrote:

Do you mean more detailed than what is in a Hollander?
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Pardon my ignorance, but what is a Hollander?
On Wed, 08 Jun 2005 18:06:40 GMT, " Paul " <" Paul

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"NotDeadYet" wrote:
Is there is a "Master Cross-Reference" for GM parts? It would be useful for those of us who frequent scrapyards to know that bracket X or alternator Y was used on vehicle A, vehicle B, and vehicle C. _____________________________________________________
" Paul " wrote: More detailed than what is in a Hollander? _____________________________________________________
"NotDeadYet" wrote: What is a Hollander? _____________________________________________________
That refers to one of the parts interchange manuals published by Hollander Company and used as a basic reference by auto parts recyclers and classic car collectors. Their website is:
http://www.hollander-auto-parts.com / Auto parts recycling firms will often look up interchange parts for a buyer, as a sales tool or merely as a courtesy.
Good luck,
Wendy & John. _____________________________________________________
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NotDeadYet wrote:

Nearly all junkyards in the US use Hollander parts interchange manuals. It will tell you what alternator will fit what vehicle but does not go into minute detail. They are very good though. http://www.hollander-auto-parts.com/products/index.html
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