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the sticker says 'reissue'.... i want to know more about that...

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Sorry. You'll have to get a local GM dealer to do that for you. Our member with GMVIS access left the forum many, many moons ago.
 

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Interesting, let us know what the dealer says.
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From what I have read "reissue" means the sticker has been reissued and not the VIN.
Umm, my newly built Acadia Denali (built Tuesday) has the same thing on the window sticker.

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Sometimes on the production line, glitched occur or a vehicle ID gets out of sequence for any number of reasons. I've seen it occur years ago in final assembly where reissues occurred.
Then window stickers had to be replaced or new ones applied.
 

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From what I have read "reissue" means the sticker has been reissued and not the VIN.
Could be something simple as a dealer exchange.
 

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Dealer's don't issue revised window stickers. It requires a special printer and software in order to keep GM vehicle records and warranty status correct. At least. . .. the last I am aware of.
 

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I didn't say the dealer printed the sticker. A lot of that record keeping most often goes through the corporation.
 

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Many port operations, like AMPORTS, that install accessories, repair transit damage, etc. can reprint Monroney (window) stickers. I wrote the software that prints the stickers so I know a bit about the process.

As an aside, many buyers would be amazed at how many vehicles have panel/paint repairs on their shiny, brand new vehicle.

 

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Many port operations, like AMPORTS, that install accessories, repair transit damage, etc. can reprint Monroney (window) stickers. I wrote the software that prints the stickers so I know a bit about the process.

As an aside, many buyers would be amazed at how many vehicles have panel/paint repairs on their shiny, brand new vehicle.

Assembly plants have complete body, repair and paint departments. I would not be surprised.
Many would also be surprised about how new vehicles on dealer lots have also had dents, dings and even whole panels repainted from unloading mishaps to lot jockeys playing NASCAR or just careless.
 
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