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Old 03-12-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Question Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

Service Parts Identification label on the spare tire cover in the trunk:

Does anyone know what the "CATALOG MODEL" represents?

Specifically, Catalog Model ZB35 and ZB69 and ZD35?


Sample label from the FSM:
http://i995.photobucket.com/albums/a...ps4f362302.jpg

Background:
I am looking at parts diagrams of available interior trim parts.
For example P/N 21301237 is the cloth insert around the interior door handle for closing the door (first thing to get grungy)

The note near the parts description reads, “For: ZB35” and another reads, “For ZB69”

In the upper right of my 1998 SC2’s Service Parts Identification label reads, “ZZB27”

For the item in question, I am hoping B35 and B69 or D35 use the same trim as my B27

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Old 03-12-2013, 07:40 PM   #2
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Default Re: Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

D35 = SW2

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Old 03-12-2013, 08:07 PM   #3
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Default Re: Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

Drop the Z.
There are catalog models and merchandising models. Below are the catalog models.
B69 is the SL or SL-1
D69 is the SL-2
B35 is the SW-1
D35 is the SW-2
C27 is the SC-1
B27 is the SC-2
A69 is the SL, SL-1, SL-2
A35 is the SW-1, SW-2
A27 is the SC-1, SC-2

Any other letter in front of 69, 35, or 27 is a specific option for that model such as manual or automatic trans etc.

By any chance does this actually answer the question?

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Old 03-12-2013, 08:21 PM   #4
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Default Re: Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

Yes, thanks!

The "Z" in the parts diagram's P/N list is to confirm the parts list is referring to Catalog Number.
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2-door = long doors = might fit...not a direct fit (per code) but might fit...

Buyer beware: I'd better stroll thru the salvage yard and look at door panels before purchasing. I know there might be subtle difference a parts diagram wouldn't show.

edit:
Irrational exuberance: Not reading/realizing all the trim parts are for short doors

I will keep searching the parts lists...

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Old 03-12-2013, 08:46 PM   #5
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On the Nalley site the complete interior parts diagrams are listed for all the models.

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Old 03-12-2013, 08:58 PM   #6
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Default Re: Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

I was using this one and it shows different '98 models:

http://i995.photobucket.com/albums/a...psc4b02a8a.jpg

Not sure how I got there...was looking at many diagrams.

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Default Re: Catalog Model on Service Parts ID Label

What is it showing the 27 is a coupe and those interior panels will have a basic description of the pattern. On the RPO tag there is an interior trim number, having that handy helps.

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11E, 113, 19E, 193, 61E, 613 are the interior codes for 98. Those are basically gray, black, or tan, in groups of 2 without leather or with leather. 11E=gray no leather and 113=gray with leather etc.

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Old 03-12-2013, 10:42 PM   #9
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Info copied and printed out font size 18

Found it! Thanks!

My local parts counter people aren't Saturn experts. - though they are fast learners. For parts (spelled "part$") gone to VParts, they need to actually call and verify some things. Time consuming, but everyone's patient. If I can walk in with the (correct) part number, it saves everyone time.

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This is always true, if you have a good part number then the computer will tell them if it exists. Other than that they get to look it up and I have watched this happen in real life and it is painful.

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