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Matching VIN and engine number Nissan sentra

My car lot says that they put a new motor in my car. I don't think they did.
How do I find out what engine number came in the car originally?
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Brenda

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Well the only way u can find that out is to get the vin number of your car and go into a local queensland transport and ask if your car has had this motor all along dosent matter who has had it or wenever it was regersterd it will always be the same vin so they can look it up

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