Possibly Engine ID stamp De-code help here…?

oldelky

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Sep 22, 2012
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Been away from this site after the Elky went down the rode, but thought there might be some help here with the latest conundrum.:
I have a 350 Vortec engine, and have not been able to get much info on it looking through various search attempts. I finally committed to removing the serpentine belt Alternator/tensioner/ and mount to read the block pad stamp: K1020XKA. Now can’t find out what it tells me as so far the lists I see do not include the XKA suffix. Any code Gurus here?
 

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Ribbedroof

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oldelky

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Thread starter
Sep 22, 2012
18
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Mid Coast CA
From That “Pirate4x4” site: Thanks! Works for me! Mine was likely out of a 1500 class van, has long PS and oil dip-sticks.
” Discussion Starter · #8 · Nov 26, 2007
Just got a call back from GM. My engine with the suffix "XKA" is a 99' model 5.7L out of a 1500 class vehicle. That is all that they could tell me. I guess from there I will be able to figure out what I need if and when the day comes that I have to replace a sensor or accessory part.”
 

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