its a number that is unique to your car. it tells you the following:
NATION OF ORIGIN
the VIN number can be found usually in the following locations:
Firewall of the vehicle
Left hand inner wheel arch
Radiator Support Bracket
Dash by windshield
Drivers door or post on passenger side
Guarantee & Maintenance Book *Vehicle documents
Machined Pad on front of engine
Component parts as listed above -eg- engine, frame, etc.
Wow it worked for me
So my car is made in
WAYNE, MICHIGAN on the plan
that produced escorts, F-150 and Expeditions. I should visit that place. Maybe my scort will get spiritual charge from visiting it´s place of birth))
first I thought I´d throw it a tough one(68 dodge D100 custom swept line)nothing,(as expected)OK I´ll run the scort,well then it butchered the description, it came back as an 89 crown vic with a 4.6l,and yes i double and triple checked the number and then ran it through car fax and it came up right.
no prob. yeah there might be a few problems like we are having but there is nothing i can really do about these problems. i don´t own the database that the info is pulled from. so i can´t make any changes to it. all i do is display what i´m givin.
now of course if i did own the database that the info came from we would have no problems at all, lol.
with all these little errors, i send them an email each time with as much info as i can provide and hopefully they do something about it. but that´s as much as i can do. sorry bout that, im lookin around to see if i can find a better database.
goto the SPONSERS page and it should be the bottom banner. it is autobaza. instead of doing what i was doing, i spoke with him and set up a banner exchange with him. so u can goto that site and check your VIN.