2000 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD with Aftermarket Converter D193-100

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2000 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD with Aftermarket Converter D193-100

BlueSky
Had a 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD 5.3L EFN YGMXA05.3183 in for a smog test.  It has a D193-100 part#445419 direct fit cat on it.  The VIR shows the model as a New Sierra K1500.

Would you pass the aftermarket cats on this vehicle?
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garyboy
yes it passes
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Smogtech
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EFN matched yes
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none
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That one is pretty strait forward to me.

What gets fun for me is the 1999 GMC 1/2 ton 4X4 pick up with a 5.7L EFN XGMXA05.7182 with a D-193-66 45453 direct fit cat. If you look it up as a GMC K1500 it is a pass but if you look it up as a GMC SIERRA it is a fail.  Isn't a 1/2 ton Sierra 4X4 a K1500?
I've hit rock bottom but I brought a pick and a shovel and I'm ready to dig!
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Johnnybeme
Apples and oranges one vehicle has a 5.3 (Sierra) the other 5.7 (K1500)?

JM
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none
Johnnybeme wrote
Apples and oranges one vehicle has a 5.3 (Sierra) the other 5.7 (K1500)?

JM
NO in the case I got confused on both are 5.7L but I just noticed that the begin of the engine family number is different. oops.
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BlueSky
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Smogtech wrote
EFN matched yes
Ok here is what through me a curve.  The info that came back from the VID showed this vehicle as a "New Sierra K1500" and there is no K1500 shown in CARBs database.  So based on the info provided by the VID and the CARB site there is no aftermarket cat made for a K1500 model.
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BlueSky wrote
Smogtech wrote
EFN matched yes
Ok here is what through me a curve.  The info that came back from the VID showed this vehicle as a "New Sierra K1500" and there is no K1500 shown in CARBs database.  So based on the info provided by the VID and the CARB site there is no aftermarket cat made for a K1500 model.
A K1500 is a Sierra. "NEW" Sierra is a reference to the body style change in 1999 I believe, just like the VW Beetle is called "New Beetle". "K" means 4wd and a C1500 is a 2wd.
I've hit rock bottom but I brought a pick and a shovel and I'm ready to dig!
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Johnnybeme
According to Walker Exhaust CARB lookup the two vehicles are different. The 99 Sierra 1500 has a 5.3L or 4.8L engine where the K 1500 has either a 5.0L or a 5.7L. So there is a difference.

JM
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none
That interesting (and probably correct) because when you look up on CARB's site you get the option of a 1999 GMC SIERRA 1500 with a 5.7L .

I've hit rock bottom but I brought a pick and a shovel and I'm ready to dig!
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Johnnybeme
This is why the underhood label is so important. If you look up parts for these vehicles it appears that they are quite different. K1500 V8 engine options 5.0 5.7. Sierra V8 engine options 4.8 5.3. by application. So the only supporting data would be the engine family documentation of the VEC. A real conundrum.

JM
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And if EFN is so important why is it not stored in a database where it can be retrieved by technicians? In this day and age why are we so dependent on adhesive technology and original hood retention to perform our jobs correctly?
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Re: 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD with Aftermarket Converter D193-100

Johnnybeme
Actually it would be very helpful for it to be a lookup that corresponds to the VIN lookup. When I acquired a VEC for a customer all the dealer needed was the VIN why not the BAR?

JM
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Best Answer I Can Give
 What in the hell do we pay good money to the VID for?
Why in the HELL do we need to buy new books for?
Why in the hell do we need to go to the book?

 ALL OF THIS SHIT SHOULD BE IN THE CLOUD.
If you don't want someone to "Get your Goat". Don't tell them where it is tied.
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Re: 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD with Aftermarket Converter D193-100

Johnnybeme
Now Now. Don't get all logical. We need human error for the BAR to justify it's existence!

JM
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smog man
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The Sierra 1500 was the new body 1/2 ton pickup, introduced in 1999. Engine options 4.3,4.8,5.3. The problem is, GM had some of the old classic body c/k 1500 pickups, laying around, that they sold in early 1999. Engine options 4.3,5.0,5.7. Now the fun part of getting parts, for the 1999 classic body c/k 1500 pickup. You have to tell the parts places, you have 1998, otherwise they will give parts for the new body pickup.
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Centralized Smog
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There is no Toyota Scions in the database also.

BlueSky wrote
Smogtech wrote
EFN matched yes
Ok here is what through me a curve.  The info that came back from the VID showed this vehicle as a "New Sierra K1500" and there is no K1500 shown in CARBs database.  So based on the info provided by the VID and the CARB site there is no aftermarket cat made for a K1500 model.
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smog man
This post was updated on .
It is in the database under Scion, like it's supposed to be. I think DMV was the one that screwed that up. They put Toyota as the Make in there system. The last time I checked, Scion is not the Model. Now we all know Scion was part of Toyota, but it still was a separate car company.That would be the same thing as calling, a GMC a Chevy, the same Make.



C/K 1500 is the old body 1/2 ton pickup.
Sierra 1500 is the new body 1/2 ton pickup.

As long as the EFN # matches, and the application type says all, your good to go.






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And unlike BAR, ARB actually reads engine labels and does not call the xB a truck.