There is a VIN break listed as part of the campaign but I can't transfer it here in a readable fashion.1995-1997 Cadillac DeVille Concours, Seville, Eldorado
1996-1997 Cadillac DeVille
Equipped with 4.6L V8 (RPO LD8 - VIN Y; RPO L37 - VIN 9) Engine
1995-1997 Oldsmobile Aurora
Equipped with 4.0L V8 (RPO L47 - VIN C) Engine
If the fuel rail has the words "GM213M Type F" or "M-Bond" written on the tubing with a dot ink-jet type white/yellow printing, it is a service fuel rail with the M-Bond tubing and does not need replacement.
If the fuel rail is a stainless steel material, it is a service fuel rail and does not need replacement.
If the words "GM213M Type F" or "M-Bond" are not clearly readable on the tubing or the rail is not constructed of stainless steel, the fuel rail requires replacement. Continue with the fuel rail removal and replacement procedure.
Probably the very reason why they go by the production run last 8 digits.tco43 said:Post # 6 above lists several models included in the recall. The list was further expanded to include all 95 and 96 Sevilles and Eldorados. The newer ones (97 and up) have an improved non-steel rail that does not pose the fire hazard.