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I'd say that's a 1994-95. The locator pins on the 95 and earlier valve bodies are larger than the 96 and newer ones. A 1996 or newer valve body would also have an updated part number. f6, f7 etc.
 

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according to the ad the casting has an F6 #
 

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according to the ad the casting has an F6 #
I didn't notice that. The locator pins look like the smaller ones. Which would make it 96 or newer.
 

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Seems like some folks upgraded the valvebodies, but IDK what years that works in. I do know a 96 will work in a 2002. :)
After I " mushroom stamped" the 2002VB plate with the 23 accumulator, I used my old one for a year.
That is why there's a sonnax kit for a plate to protect it. :)
 
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