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Go to your local automotive paint supplier. (If you don't know one ask your local body shop for a name) They will sell you paint for vinyl and interior color for your vehicle by the paint code that is on it. They sell the supplies to prep it and will tell you the basics of how to paint it.
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.
When you go to the paint store, they look up the vin and that number has the paint number in it. They know what it is and how much you need, just bring your check book. You might find the code on the door post, it usually has all that info. Hope this helps. Oh yeah, the rattle can has GM colors too, You could check them out.
You may have misunderstood the part he spoke of are you sure he meant the ECM or did he mean the ignition control module? Bring the car to an Auto Zone and have them check for trouble codes, they check them for free and you can google OBD II trouble code then your year make and model and the code.
they are your speeker wires. the best the to do is to hook up the colors that are the same color to the color wires on the back of the radio. dont hook them all up at once two colors at a time.by doing this it will let you know what speaker you have hooked up.
Look in the driver's side door jamb. There should me a sticker with the details of your truck.
At the bottom you'll see EXT PNT:
Mine says EXT PNT: SU
I believe SU is the the color code. You can probably order the paint from the dealer, or any good paint supplier can get you the equivalent.
Remember that paint can fade and change color over time, so if you're not a pro painter, blending the bright, new color will be very hard to do; you might as well just paint the entire panel or the whole truck if you're not already going to.
a good paint shop should recognize the code off the sticker beside your vacuum booster for your brakes all your option codes should be there. lift the hood and look all the way back in front of the driver seat.