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Not sure but this looks like the steel stamp on the front of the engine and if it is the "T" is the plant location, the o3 is the month of build and o5 is the date of build. The CJD is the suffix of the engine at the plant. The suffix tells the plant operators what parts to put in the engine as it goes down the assembly line. To the size of the engine you can look up the suffix of CJD and it will tell you.
Posted on Sep 10, 2015
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