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Hi, we bought our Equiniox 1LT in later November last year. For my other cars, I can find the information about when those cars were produced by looking at a sticker on the doors. However, I could not find such a sticker on our Equinox. How can I find out when was our Equinox produced? Thanks
 

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It's usually on a metal plate riveted to the driver's door jamb. All it says is "Build Date: MM/YY" I THINK the Equinox has the metal plate ... I don't think it's a sticker. I remember checking it just before the test drive to make sure the car hadn't been sitting on the lot forever ... and it was on the driver's side jamb.
 

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wwmequinox said:
Hi, we bought our Equiniox 1LT in later November last year. For my other cars, I can find the information about when those cars were produced by looking at a sticker on the doors. However, I could not find such a sticker on our Equinox. How can I find out when was our Equinox produced? Thanks
If you send me a private message with the last 8 of your VIN, I can tell you the build date.
 

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I am having the same problem, (Cannot Identify Build Date). The sticker or plate is not where it is supposed to be. I have also checked all the door jambs , the gas filler door , the glove compartment, the inside of the console compartment. I give up. :banghead:
I read in one of the posts that said it was federal law to have the build date sticker on the car. Is that true?
When I bought the 2012 nox it had 104 miles on it and had been at 3 different dealers. so possibly the sticker was removed for some reason.

Can I get help finding out the build date? I would appreciate it.
My vin is 2GNALFEK4C6343860.
Thanks in advance.
 
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