How to Check GM Recalls by VIN Number?

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You can visit the GM website to check any GM recalls by VIN number. You will need to the make of the vehicle as well as the VIN number.
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1. Locate your VIN number and write it down. Depending on the year your vehicle was made, your VIN is probably located on the driver's side dashboard. You can look through the windshield
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The National Insurance Crime Bureau NICB website will do an instant, free check on VIN numbers and tells you if the car has been stolen, or totaled. It gives links to some other sites
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All vehicles manufactured have a vehicle identification number or VIN. This helps manufacturers, dealers, insurance agencies, government regulators and buyers keep track of the vehicles
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It's easy as easy as going to carfax.com
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How to Check GM Recalls by VIN Number
Whether you are buying or own a vehicle produced by a GM brand (GMC, Chevrolet, Buick and Cadillac), it is important to check if it has been recalled. There are a few ways you can search recall lists, but using the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is... More »
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