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Username Post: DIC        (Topic#349112)
A White Sport Coupe 
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A White Sport Coupe
Reg: 08-19-10
01-10-18 06:55 PM - Post#2720722    

Hello again,

Just purchased my 2007 Chevy Colorado P/U truck. I've been going over things for a few days and discovered I don't seem to have Driver Information Center (DIC). The operations manual tells you how to use it but when I push the stem it only gives me the trip odometer. I'd like to know if it was an option and I don't have it or perhaps it was disconnected by the PO. Anyone have any info on this? Would the VIN tell me anything? Thanks.

PS: Found the options code list online and it is apparently an option which I don't have.


Edited by A White Sport Coupe on 01-12-18 04:56 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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01-13-18 01:20 PM - Post#2720947    
    In response to A White Sport Coupe

A VIN check by a dealer can tell you. Or use an online decoder that can provide RPO codes. I’ve used a website to get RPO codes from a VIN. I’ll search for it. For $5, you can decode 5 VIN.

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