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Hi, It is possible to verify the year of manufacture of the vehicle with just the chasis no? Thanks. Richard

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Call your Kia dealer for the best results to this question.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

  • richard_lim1 Aug 05, 2010

    The Kia dealer claimed that the vehicle was a 2009. But I doubt his claim so I need to verify it from other sources.

  • A Miller Aug 05, 2010

    Nothing like not letting the prople trying to help you in on all the information you alaready have then you mark them (read ME) low (not helpful) because you dont take the information you already have, to heart.

    Shame on you.

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