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My 2011 wagon needs new rear magnetic shocks. How do I find current gm part number for most recent improvement I build quality?
 

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Google “GM parts”

Find a GM site that looks credible and browse the parts listing for a 2014 V in your trim. If you need help you can call them and have them find the part numbers based on build VIN.

Or locate the parts, yourself, in the catalog under “suspension”. Copy the part number and plug them into rockauto for price a comparison.

Google “rockauto promo code”

Plug code into rockauto’s site.

Compare prices (summit, GM sites, rock auto) and shop around for the best price.



Buy me 12 pack of beer for doing your homework.






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But looks like they are running low. A few sites have them on backorder.
 

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How did you know your rears needed replacing?
Normally they start to leak, make noise, or the ass end gets werid feeling under WOT.
 

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What does the noise sound like?
I meant to go back and edit that post. The noise is a bushing issue not shock issue.
 

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$280 is the best price I've seen! Nice find.

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Rock Autos every day price is cheaper than that by like $40 and Amazon is generally in the $22x range when they come back in stock. Right now everywhere is out of stock so prices aren't really consistent with the normal.
 
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