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Need to know what model will fit a 1997 rear end because make noise and they say i need anew one

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96 to 2001 should fit but you have to find the gear ratio, if you look on the glove box door when you flip it down there will be a bunch of codes. the gear ratio code will be GU6 or something like that. Definitely start with a "G".

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