Vehicle identification numbers can reveal many things about automobiles, including their airbag type, country of origin, engine size, model year, vehicle type, trim level, and plant name.
The VIN (sometimes known, redundantly, as the “VIN number”) is the key to safety.
It’s also stamped on the engine’s firewall.
Does VIN number tell your transmission?
Find Transmission By VIN Number
The VIN number can be found on either the driver’s side door or on the dashboard. It will be on a white sticker with black lettering that also includes other information about your vehicle. It will be a 17-digit code that comprises a combination of letters and numbers.
Can a VIN number tell you what model year a car is?
On vehicles manufactured before 1981, VIN numbers are between 11 and 17 characters in length, and they are also often found on the driver’s side of the dashboard. You can also locate a VIN number by looking at the vehicle title, registration card, and insurance documents.
What does trim on a car mean?
Definition of Trim Level
A trim level (also sometimes referred to as a trim package) is a version of a vehicle model that comes equipped with a set combination of features. Higher trim levels come with more/better features at a higher price, while an entry-level trim comes with just the basics at a lower overall cost.
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