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I am not 100% positive on your engine, but most later BMWs put the engine serial number on the back side of the head and/or the ledge of the bell-housing on a decal/sticker. These are usually very hard to see, and will require a mirror at the least. It may be easier to just call the dealership with your VIN and ask for the serial number.
Hi there: The engine serial number and type are stamped on the left side of the
cylinder block at the top of the mounting for the water pump. There is
also a decal on the timing cover with the engine type, manufacture
number and serial number.
Fig. Engine Serial Number Location - 5 and 6 Cylinder Engines
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Service manual says for six cylinder 3.7, the number is located on the right side of the block near the front. I have been looking myself but havn't found it yet. I havn't found any pic or diagram to show it either. Please have a look and post if you find it.
Here is Half an answer!! The engine serial number is located on the top surface of the engine block... near the crankcase breather pipe, front-left side of the car.
Except for the information that is provided on the vehicle certification label, I am not aware of "matching numbers" on a 6 cylinder Mustang...