Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
It says it can't find the vin number
VIN numbers are often difficult to read and numbers get transposed. A capital "o" looks like a zero, etc. And transposition has happened at the DMV when title changes etc. My best advice is to look at the VIN as posted on the door frame sticker. If it's not there, you vehicle may be less than not-stolen. In that case look to dash, drivers side, base of windshield for riveted plate. CAREFULLY copy the VIN as stamped. Pay particular attention to O vs zero. Zero will usually look like a capital O with slash through it. Another misread is between numbers 3 and 8. When front half of 8 gets worn it looks like a three.
Posted on Apr 11, 2014
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