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This is an extremaly spicfic code . You say gear box i assume you mean tranmission or rear carrier . Check the VIN # first its on the regastration and the dask board this will give you other information that you will need . Most of the time there will be a metal tag attached under one of the bolts that holds the part on the vehicle or a # stamped on the houseing . Once again this is extremaly spicfic to your vehicle seenig its a PEUGEOT and it may be difficult to locate this part Good luck you need the numbers
The differential ratio is stamped in code on the door post or the engine comp. Not the VIN, but the body, paint code. Tells you what motor, transmission, paint color, differential, you also have a build sheet stuck up under the seat, or behind the seat, it has everything in the car on it. All chevys have them. I just read that it is pasted on the glove box door, and here is the web site that talks about it. http://www.blazerforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26578 Hope this helps.
The gear ratio will be stamped on the outside of the ring gear itself.You will need to change the ring and pinion gear. The side and spider gears should not have to be changed unless there is something wrong with them.Changing a rear end gear set takes a fair bit of knowledge and special tools.Make sure you have what you need before trying it. Good Luck.
On the crank nut (with the pulley removed), line up the end of the pin with the notch in the gear and line up the "I" stamped on the intake gear (the gear on the left hand side if you are looking at the engine from the front of the car) to the notch stamped in the backing plate(12 o'clock position). Do the same to the exhaust cam gear but align the "E" stamped in the gear to the 12 O'clock notch in the backing plate above it.