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Where can I find the RPO codes on my '84 Blazer? I looked in the glovebox, but didn't see anything. I'd like to try to figure out the gear ratio's without doing it the old fashioned way.

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a couple other places to look are in the console lid or in the door jams, but they should be on the lower portion of the glove box
 

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Still no luck. Are they supposed to be in the glovebox itself, or on the inside of the glovebox door? The door has a place where a label may have been before... Are there any other places to look, or other methods of finding out the RPO codes?

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its supposto be in the glove box, probably where you said there was a lable. looks like you outta luck, sorry
 

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If you have found your RPO codes label, usually posted inside the glove box,
but can't interpret what they mean, go to:

http://s-series.org/rpo/

This link gives you a chart of boxes to put in the codes listed on your label.
When you then process this, it will give you a list of what the code numbers
mean.

You may need to run several pages, depending on how many options you
have on your vehicle.

However some codes may say, not found. These are internal codes used
only for the build process, and do not reflect options on the vehicle.

Hope this helps. It did for me, when I acquired my truck used, with no info.
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If you have found your RPO codes label, usually posted inside the glove box,
but can't interpret what they mean, go to:

http://s-series.org/rpo/

This link gives you a chart of boxes to put in the codes listed on your label.
When you then process this, it will give you a list of what the code numbers
mean.

You may need to run several pages, depending on how many options you
have on your vehicle.

However some codes may say, not found. These are internal codes used
only for the build process, and do not reflect options on the vehicle.

Hope this helps. It did for me, when I acquired my truck used, with no info.
:cool:


We got one of them on our site

Its in the quick links

http://www.s10forum.com/rpo/
 

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I just ran my numbers on both and the one posted on this forum does not give me the "Not Found" on any of them. The one off site gave me like 19 "Not Found". Thanks for this information, it is nice to know what all I have on my truck.
 
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