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This is a discussion on General Info to some common questions within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; i was wondering if this vin # is a true ws6? 2G2FV22G122160945....02 WS6 w/ 25k miles....hope somone can help out...thanks...

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    i was wondering if this vin # is a true ws6? 2G2FV22G122160945....02 WS6 w/ 25k miles....hope somone can help out...thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMIKEY View Post
    i was wondering if this vin # is a true ws6? 2G2FV22G122160945....02 WS6 w/ 25k miles....hope somone can help out...thanks
    yes it is a real WS6 and its never had a warranty claim. Originally sold in Sterling Heights, Michigan

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    options?

    Just purchased this T/A & wondering if it is a real WS6. Also wondering options on it. I tried to get floormats & the dealer said I should have black interior, but the seats, carpet, headliner, & trim panels are all a tanish color. The doors have black speakers & black inserts.
    vin 2g2fv22g322109544

    Thanks,

    Ken

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    yes its a real WS6 with Taupe interior

    1sa - option group - 1sa
    41u - black
    522 - trim, taupe
    52i - dark taupe
    6bt - component frt lh comput sel sus
    7bt - component frt rh comput sel sus
    8tj - component rr lh comput sel susp
    9tj - component rr rh comput sel susp
    aaa - standard equipment processing option
    ag1 - 6-way power driver seat
    ak5 - dual frontal air bags
    aq9 - custom bucket seats w/adjustable lumbar supports
    au0 - remote keyless entry
    c60 - air conditioning, custom
    caf - handling charge-st. Therese to american sunroof
    cc1 - locking hatch roof, removable
    de4 - hatch roof sunshades, removable
    dg7 - dual power sport mirrors
    dl5 - decal roadside service
    fe4 - ride & handling special suspension system
    g80 - limited slip torsen rear differential
    gu5 - rear perform axle, 3.23 ratio
    il2 - trim interior design
    j65 - brakes, pwr 4-whl,disc frt & rr
    k43 - 102 amp generator
    ls1 - 5.7 liter sfi v8 engine
    m30 - automatic transmission
    mx0 - transmission, 4-speed automatic
    nc1 - california emissions lev
    ng1 - 50-state low emission vehicle
    np5 - steering wheel, leather wrapped w/leather wrapped shift knob
    pbt - temp. Whl & tire-upfitter dlvy
    pdc - security package consists of: Theft deterrent system remote keyless entry
    pdn - power package
    qb6 - 17" high polished aluminum wheels
    qfk - tires, p275/40zr17 speed rated
    r6j - cdn slm - sales stock orders
    ste - asm plt st. Therese
    t43 - spoiler, rear deck lid
    t78 - headlamp control delete
    u75 - power antenna
    ua6 - theft deterrent system
    ub3 - rally gages w/tachometer
    uk3 - leather wrapped steering wheel w/radio controls
    v12 - power steering cooling system
    v73 - vehicle certification u.s.
    Vm3 - bumper std impact 5 mph frt &rr
    w55 - radio etr am/fm stereo w/compact disc player and graphic equalizer, incl. Clock, seek up/down, remote cd pre-wiring, monsoon 500 watt peak power w/10 speaker premium sound system and steering wheel, leather wrapped, w/radio controls
    ws6 - ram air perform.& handling pkg: * ram air induction system * functional air scoops * 17" high polished aluminum wheels * p275/40zr17 speed rated tires * specific low restriction dual exhaust system * specific tuned suspension
    ws9 - formula option
    y82 - trans am option

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    My windows go up and down so slow, should I think about putting new motors in the doors?
    Or should I just wait until they quit working?


    If I do put new motors in, where do I get them?

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    most likely it's from a wire problem.

    There is a easy, affordable fix ($38) that you install on the passenger window.

    Simply put - GM ran the hot wire to the drivers window then over to the passenger window. By the time it gets to the passenger window it is just barely enough to let the motors work. Over time the lack of proper voltage wears the electronics out of the motor, killing them prematurely. It can also cause a drain on the drivers side to.

    The company that makes the kit is called Autotrix. I can send you a link in pm if you like.

    In regards to motors - get the oem brand vs autozone. Their crap dies on me all the time. My last replacement using oem & with the window fix was 3 yrs ago & still no issues.

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    ^^^excellent advise. thats what I would do. OEM motors and the Autotrix passenger wiring kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    most likely it's from a wire problem.

    There is a easy, affordable fix ($38) that you install on the passenger window.

    Simply put - GM ran the hot wire to the drivers window then over to the passenger window. By the time it gets to the passenger window it is just barely enough to let the motors work. Over time the lack of proper voltage wears the electronics out of the motor, killing them prematurely. It can also cause a drain on the drivers side to.

    The company that makes the kit is called Autotrix. I can send you a link in pm if you like.

    In regards to motors - get the oem brand vs autozone. Their crap dies on me all the time. My last replacement using oem & with the window fix was 3 yrs ago & still no issues.
    PM me the link and where do I get the oem motor?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 024mula View Post
    My windows go up and down so slow, should I think about putting new motors in the doors?
    Or should I just wait until they quit working?


    If I do put new motors in, where do I get them?
    For the passenger side, do the autotrix kit that everybody is recommending...I installed mine this past weekend and I love it. My passenger side window motor would only go up about half way on its own without me helping it "pulling it up while the motor was pushing it up" and now it flies up and down all on its own. Took me about an hour and the longest part was getting the wiring from the cab of the car to the door and then getting the new wiring/fuses to fit under the factory window switches in the door handle. If you can read a wiring diagram, its really easy...if not, the autotrix guys and quite a few of us will help because a lot of us have done it already.

    If the drivers side is slow, you will more than likely have to swap the window motor....i've always used standard motors from parts stores and never had any issues personally...
    Last edited by theorangeguy; 07-03-2013 at 10:57 AM.

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