Usually, the 10th digit is the year code.
That is a 2003 Honda
year and model yamaha vin 510203147
Vehicle VIN JHMEG1142PS000216 is a 1993 Honda Civic /CR-X del Sol 1.5L
1999 Honda CR-V LX awd AT
That is a 2002 Honda Accord EX V6 Sedan.
This is a 1993 model according to my information.
Your VIN is invalid it should be 17 digits. If the last 8 digits are correct it is a 2004 model.
Just get a Hayne's manual for your make/model/year; in the first few pages they have an explanation of what each digit/letter means in your car's VIN.
in the VIN#
Model year 1976. The third # in the vin # is the year, the first # is the model (ie) #1 is the beetle or type 1
Usually the 10th digit of the VIN number will tell you the year of manufacturing. In the late 2000s they ran out of vin numbers and started using ABC's. If the second "digit" is an A it's a 2010 model, B is a 2011 model, C is 2012 and so on.
That is a 1994 model. Also, by that VIN, it was made in the Karagawa, Japan Plant. 10th digit of the vin is the year 1994 is correct
Front left fork, right below turn signal. Should see model and Vin
Model year 1970.
ITS A 2007 MODEL
The tenth character of the VIN is the year character
The vin shows a 2000 model year machine
VIN stands foe vehicle identification number.
It's a 2000.
Where is the vin on a honda 650c
the 8th and 10th vin #
The VIN comes back to a 1993 Yamaha YFM350FW motorcycle.
Year, make, model, engine size and VIN are helpful.Year, make, model, engine size and VIN are helpful.
Looks like 2005 to me. The tenth digit is a code for the model year. 1971 to 1979 used 1 to 9, then 1980 to 2000 used letters A to Y skipping I, O, Q and U (See http://www.autohausaz.com/honda-auto-parts/honda-vehicle-identification-numbers.html for a full description). In 2001, they restarted with 1 again. So, unless the Honda is very old, it is a 2005 model.