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Engine number, then go on to an engine identification site and it will tell you what engine it is.
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You can goto this web site and it will help you.
Yes Chevy and GM are the same. You can also look for a sticker on the front of the truck next to the radator area and under the hood. Now if you think that the motor was changed you'll have to look at the ser. number on the motor block itsself. it is on the back of the block on the top of it. You can get it and call AutoZone with it and they can tell you the size or call a Chevy or GM dealer. You can also call the parts dept at the dealer and give them the VIN number and they can tell you what size it is. This cost nothing to do.....
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