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Old 08-25-2003, 03:25 AM   #11
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I found this cardboard tag behind the back seat, tied to a wiring harness with a piece of elastic string, is this it?


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I found this cardboard tag behind the back seat, tied to a wiring harness with a piece of elastic string, is this it?
Interesting, but no, not even close. It looks like it was either attached to a pretty big subassembly like the power seat (notice the reference to a Maxi-Fuse location, which is a heavier circuit than usual), or was put on by a line inspector at some point, or both (e.g. it comes with the seat, and when installation and/or testing is finished on it, somebody uses it to sign off on the job).

Do save it anyway, though; it _is_ part of the build process, from what I can see...

I think if you Google for "Build sheet" or something similar, especially using the Images tab of the Google screen, you might find other examples out there.
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if anyone has found the "build sheet" or "broadcast sheet" for their bonneville, maybe they could post an image of it here?
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I've pretty much taken most of my car apart (minus the engine) and I've found nothing.

But the hood was replaced last year, so it could have been in that.

I think someone posted they found a few papers in their car once, and posted some photos... but I forget who.... I don't think they were able to identify what it was they found..... anyone else remember that?
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I took a pic of mine, its on my cardomain, itll tell you everthing about my car. Can i post a pic without making it my sig?
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That'* it, tomorrow I tear my trunk lid apart
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I stopped at a wrecker, and checked the trunk lid of a wrecked '95, there is was, rolled up and stuffed into the hollow channel that goes across the front edge (the edge closest to the rear window). It was near the right (passenger) side. There is an opening in the channel just behind where the trunk lid hinge attaches, I didn't even need to mess with the trunk lid paneling.

So I go back out to my car, open the trunk, look in the channel, and there it is. Very interesting, one thing I notice right away, it lists more RPO codes than what'* listed on the Service Parts Identification Label that'* on the spare tire cover.
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That'* cool aukc....

Firedevil just mentioned that if you goto the dealership w/ the last 8 digits of your VIN they can print one out for free!
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