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I wanted to check the history of this vehicle?

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Check with the ministry of transportation, they will probably furnish you with a history package but for a fee

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Would be helpful if you took the trouble to tell us what you are looking for and what your vehicle is before you stated chucking your weight around...

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I see no history of questions from you: No clue about WHAT VEHICLE...

- Sorry about you troubles...

Not seeing your vehicles specifics here (you are not alone in this odd behavior)... Big handicap.

You could get onto AUTOZONES trouble-shooting site ... input your trouble...and get some essential help to get you started... there...(free membership required).

They have a THINGEE called a parts locator... which sometimes actually works.

Otherwise...
Autozone is pretty lame... especially if you actually need a REAL CAR PART (if you want to get an idea what the part looks like... do look at rockauto.com (but again you are going to have to say what car, year, model).

Or re-post including with your year, make, model... and recent history of the vehicle and you will get MUCH higher quality assistance from our legions of energetic volunteers.

Help us help you... repost with WHAT VEHICLE... Pretty please!

Good luck


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My pleasure LaAciea Middlebrooks,

1995 J30 INFINITI... That means you will find it under your dash... above the GAS-Pedal.
Comment me back if that DOES NOT settle
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