I have a 1998 B2200 pick up and have the option of a new chassis of a newer B2500 - I know the part number of the nes chassis but need to find the part number for the chassis I have.
Anyone know this, or where I can fing out.
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all GM cars and trucks have an option sticker in the glove box , refer to that sticker , or the one in the door jamb (drivers side).
Or you can call the dealership ( any GM dealership) and give them the last 8 digits in the VIN and they will happily tell you the chassis number
it would NOT be toyota that superimposed another chassis no to the vehicle....think stolen old car,with identity of newer car......a police matter BUT if you report it you may loose it for ever.....
the saying is "caveat emptor...."where did you buy it,was it a reputable dealer,was it cheap???????let me know what you do
american market model doesnt have one ,if it does have one .most obvious place is on the chassis passenger side ,could be front wheel arch ,if not their rear wheel arch ,if you cannot find one then you will have to take it to a ford garage and they will have to stamp one on and issue a certificate which you then present to the vehicle inspection station when its inspected to issue a fiche technica .Vehicles sold in spain had a chassis number but i have imported quite a few american built models and no chassis number is the norm
you have a rubber through wire under the chassis near the shock mount or a bad tail light socket. this is very common on these have fixed alot of them. need to chase the wire harness that runs along the chassis an inspect really good. also if you have trailer wiring give it a good look too.
let me know if you have any more question or if you need a diagram for it i can only fax them but if you have a fax i would be happy too. let me know
on a lot of car radios after inserting the wrong code several (3) times
they lock you out the only solution is to contact the main dealer who can check it from your chassis number . unfortunately they charge for this service. the other option is a radio specialist who can put a new code in not always possible in all cases.if this is helpful let us know
un fotunately you can't get radio code from chassis no. you need unit out don't know what unit you have it will be either m serial no (older unit) or v serial no.(newer unit) could only suggest taking to ford dealer & get them to remove unit to get serial no.