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Where is the VIN number on a Ford truck?

Where is the VIN number on a Ford truck?

Frequently you can find your VIN number in one of the following locations: on the driver’s side door jam (sometimes on the passenger’s side), under the windshield on the driver’s side, near the firewall of the vehicle or on the steering column.

Where is the VIN number on a 1941 Ford pickup?

Re: 1941 vin question .. Where is it? hombres, the 41 to 48 cars generally have the serial # on top of the left frame rail near the front crossmember. I say generally as sometimes it can be anywhere from the crossmember to the firewall on top of the left frame rail.

Where is the VIN on a 1936 Ford truck?

The VIN should be stamped in the top of the left frame rail, somewhere between the front cross-member and the firewall. Most of them are around the steering box area. Rust will hide the digits.

Where is the VIN number on a 1939 Ford pickup?

Re: 1939 ford VIN number Just above the inspection cover for the transmission, on flat surface , if the transmission is the original to the car. The other locations are not accessible with the body on the frame.

How do I find out what year my Ford truck is?

Identifying a Ford truck model year can be done using the VIN or Vehicle Identification Number. The VIN is a series of 17 letters and numbers for vehicles manufactured after 1982. VIN numbers prior to 1982 can be decoded by a local Ford dealer.

What does 18 mean in early Fords?

Posts: 6775. Joined: Oct 2009. The “18” says the truck is a 1932. The “BB” tells us it is a “big” (non-pickup) truck. Most old Ford vehicles, particularly trucks, had several engine and transmission “transplants” during their life, so those numbers are not reliable.

Where is the VIN number on a 1935 Ford?

The frame numbers which match the engine (transmission) number is usually stamped in three places on the top surface of the left-hand frame rail (front, center and rear). The only number which can be seen with the body mounted is the front number.

How do I find my manufacturer’s body code?

You should be able to find it on the Service Parts Identification (RPO) label. It’s in the upper row to the right of the VIN.

Where to find the VIN on a 1940s Ford?

Serial number locations for cars of the 1940s through 1970s can be found in more accessible areas including the firewall, door post and dashboard. The location of serial numbers, VINs (Vehicle Identification Number) and data plates are important and vary on most Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles based on the period of manufacturing.

How to decode the VIN on a Ford truck?

Ford F-Series: VIN Decoder for Ford Trucks 1 Step 1 – Locate the VIN on your truck. The Ford F-150 VIN can be located on the windshield on the driver’s side… 2 Step 2 – Decode the VIN. Once the VIN is located, write it on a plain paper and begin decoding. For example, a typical… More

Where can I find the v.i.n.on my Ford truck?

An often-asked question to me regards trying to find the Vehicle Identification Number (V.I.N.) for their ’67-’72 Ford pickup, or how to decipher it once it’s found. Quite often the question might be about how to determine if the V.I.N. shown on the driver’s door is correct, since it doesn’t match the one listed on the vehicle’s title.

What’s the VIN number on a 1981 Ford?

By 1981, Ford issued a 17 alphanumeric VIN which provided more information about the specifics of its models produced. These 17 alphanumeric characters remain the same today. Below you will find some direction on where to locate a serial number for your classic Ford, Lincoln or Mercury automobile.