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    1200...C or D??/

    how the heck do I know what I have??/ i look up parts and it asks if I have a c or d do i tell???? its a 2002 genesisI..thats all I know...thanks....

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    AWA Member 32DegH2O's Avatar
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    Minneapolis, Mn.
    Go to this link and you can compare parts between the 2. Most likely 99.9% of the parts are the same on both.

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    It usually doesn't matter which you choose, as the parts are the same.

    I think D means Domestic market (USA), while C means California only model (usually emissions related differences).

    International models are also very similar to D (Domestic), but some I think included the Fogging Oil injection kit as standard (carburetor models) for salt water markets.

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