I would assume the last numbers are significant to sequential build dates and would include the effected...... But frankly thats a guess..So does this mean that the change started sometime in 2019? And how do you read VIN breakpoints?
My VIN starts 1GCPTC......, and the document indicates the breakpoint is 1GCPTB. . .. Since C is after B (the last letters I gave), does that mean mine is the newer version?
No jerk vibes detected. If you’re a jerk, what does that make me?😦Guys, heres why Im being a jerk. Not really, but I may be perceived as a jerk.
If indeed the tank has been redesigned, I want it.
But as of yet, I have not seen or read any hard proof that the tank has been changed.
I think this information is helpful to the Colorado community so I'm looking for real facts.
I got a picture (thank you) and I cant see any obvious external difference.
I would have to obtain two tanks to compare for full discovery. Not happening. Today.
I can think of one reason, if the tank has been strengthened in any way to reduce the possibility of air leaks, then it would be a reliability enhancement. Not saying that's it.If you're not having any issues I don't see the point, particularly if the redesign is just about gurgling. Paying attention to coolant levels would give you the same protection.