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Well, my salesman called this morning to tell me that my Equinox was made and is in transit. He gave me the VIN, and now I'm curious if I can view the window sticker using the VIN. I have searched this forum, and can't find an answer. So I apologize if I missed it. I've googled the VIN and nothing came up. My sense is that the VIN may be so new that it hasn't reached to point of being searchable on google.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 

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If you have tracked it on Camarotracker, you can click on the VIN# and it will give you the window sticker. However, it will take 4-7 days for it to come up online.
 

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bballr4567 said:
If you have tracked it on Camarotracker, you can click on the VIN# and it will give you the window sticker. However, it will take 4-7 days for it to come up online.
bballr: Thanks for the information. I'm so curious to see the window sticker, and see that the car was manufactured with everything I ordered.

I hope to finally get my Equinox. It's been 10 weeks since I ordered it, and I'm really tired of driving my 98 Sebring. While it runs fine for my daily commute to the train station (1.5 miles each way), I can't push it very far, and besides, I had some serious water infiltration issues due to plugged drains, (since fixed) and as such, I'm the only one that can stand to be in the car. I just hope delivery goes smoothly.

Thanks again.
 

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It will get to you! I give it around two weeks for delivery. You can stand the Sebring for that long right??
 

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It will get to you! I give it around two weeks for delivery. You can stand the Sebring for that long right??
I have no choice but to wait two more weeks with my Sebring. I have been living with a formerly water logged Sebring for several years. It really is an interesting issue as my father/mechanic could not figure out the problem for years, and I had to bail my car out with a bucket until we learned via the internet that the drain plugs were blocked, and we had to drill holes in the car. Hence, my initial reluctance to buy American when I started this process. (Of course since then we learned that Toyota has a problem with accelerating and not being able to stop.)

The next two weeks will be a challenge, but it will be close to my birthday, so I get a birthday present, albeit an expensive one.
 

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Drain plugs are a pretty common problem on cars 8-10 yrs old. They just build up with gunk over time. My wifes old 03 Solara had a seriously flooded trunk one night because the plugs were stopped up.
 
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