The VIN number should have an indicator. VIN number references can be found online or in the repair manual for your car.
at an auto parts store, when they ask for the vin code its the eigth letter in the vin number.
The answer is both, yes and no. Periodically, the auto manufacturers send the list of VIN [vehicle identification number] to the authourised repair shops to assist in the recovery of the stolen vehicles. The VIN is unique to each vehicle and thus has complete information of the vehicle. In an event of a theft, the VIN is flashed across the network for recovery. However, this exercise is limited only to the dealer-workshop network and if the vehicle does not report within this network, it cannot be traced. Ofcourse the local Police can definitely assist in its recovery through their efforts. Bhupinder
That information is not publicly released.
Unfortunately, a 1941 Chevrolet may not have a VIN number! American auto manufacturers didn't start really using a VIN number until the early 60s, and earlier cars were simply marked with a production serial number, if at all.
If you are looking for the engine code in the VIN number, it is usually the 5th or the 8th number. Go to your local auto parts store and have them look up your engine, tell them you need to know your VIN code. They will be able to give you options like "It's either A, C, or L" and then look at the VIN number of your car, find the VIN code, and that is what it will always be.
Call a Dealer with your VIN number and they can tell you if you have any open recalls.Call a Dealer with your VIN number and they can tell you if you have any open recalls.
A VIN is another name for Vehicle Identification Number. It tells the dealer, repair shop or police all the information about that particular vehicle.
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You certainly can. It is advisable to supply the VIN number of the vehicle when buying auto parts
The Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, only identifies the body and frame of the vehicle. There is no VIN number on the engine and the engine number is not related to the VIN.
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