1st character- Identifies the country in which the vehicle was manufactured. For example: U.S.A.(1or4), Canada(2), Mexico(3), Japan(J), Korea(K), England(S), Germany(W), Italy(Z) 2nd character- Identifies the manufacturer. For example; Audi(A), BMW(B), Buick(4), Cadillac(6), Chevrolet(1), Chrysler(C), Dodge(B), Ford(F), GM Canada(7), General Motors(G), Honda(H), Jaquar(A), Lincoln(L), Mercedes Benz(D), Mercury(M), Nissan(N), Oldsmobile(3), Pontiac(2or5), Plymouth(P), Saturn(8), Toyota(T), VW(V), Volvo(V). 3rd character- Identifies vehicle type or manufacturing division. 4th to 8th characters- Identifies vehicle features such as body style, engine type, model, series, etc. 9th character- Identifies VIN accuracy as check digit. 10th character- Identifies the model year. For example: 1988(J), 1989(K), 1990(L), 1991(M), 1992(N), 1993(P), 1994(R), 1995(S), 1996(T), 1997(V), 1998(W), 1999(X), 2000(Y)------2001(1), 2002(2), 2003(3) 11th character- Identifies the assembly plant for the vehicle. 12th to 17th characters- Identifies the sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled of the manufacturers assembly line.
That is all the digits that was needed up until 1981 when the 17 digit VIN replaced the 13 digit.
That isn't enough digits to be a VIN. A VIN is 17 digits long.
VIN is the vehicle identification number. The VIN is a string of 17 digits that makes it possible to identify and track the activities of a specific vehicle. The VIN never goes to 20 digits.
It's an incomplete VIN - it should be 17 digits. All that can be told by what part of the VIN you have is that it was a General Motors product manufactured in 1987.
Nothing. The last 6 digits of the standard 17 character VIN number are a build sequence.
Not a full vin, not enough to work with. A vin is 17 digits.
Vin numbers have been a standard 17 digits starting in 1981. Prior to that there was no standard and could be any number of digits.
The vin should be 17 digits the 10th of which is the year code. You are missing a few digits.
There aren't any VIN #'s back then.
The VIN is 17 digits long.
You either have a stolen bike that has part of the vin filed down or a pre 1981 KTM.In 1981 the NHTSA required all vehicles to have a standard, 17-character vehicle identification number, or VIN. Since then, automakers all over the world have adopted the VIN. Before 1981, the system manufacturers assigned VINs anywhere from 11 to 17 digits/characters.
The vin will be on the steering head tube by the forks. The vin should have 17 digits, enter the 17 digit vin here: http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/suzuki.asp
Unless this is a pre 1981 bike, this is not a vin. A vin must be 17 digits. If it is an older bike, no way of checking the vin numbers on them.
All vin numbers are 17 digits, that is on any vehicle manufactured 1981 or later. If this is all of your vin number, you will have to contact an Arctic Cat dealer to help you on this one. No way of decoding an older vin number.
Please make sure your vin is 17 digits the ask to http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/yamaha.asp
Not enough to work with, vin number is 17 digits.
17 digits in VIN. 10th digit signifies model year.
You are missing a digit. The vin is 17 digits long.
The full VIN, no, but they have to have the last eight digits placed on the outside of the vehicle.
it is a pre-1990 vin #, anything after that has 17 digits.
The Jayco, Inc. vehicle identification number (VIN) is 17 digits long and for towable products is located on the lower side of the "road side" sidewall. The VIN is also usually indicated on sales paperwork you received from your selling dealer. The Jayco VIN begins with the digits; "1UJâ€¦"