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in what country
each country dictates location
this is usa forum and ours are mostly top of dash, left.
called VIN, here.
in other countries, its different. locations.
some are open hood, see fire wall, see chassis tag.
if you just look, you will find, it, takes 5min.
call the dealer to diagnose this vehicle for you i will not give out this sort of information ,make sure you have the vehicles papers in your name and the chassis number stamped inside the chassis aligns with the paperwork,then dont forget your`passport or ID card and your fingerprints when taking the car to the dealer as all this will be required
Misfire when going up hill or under load is more likely to be a plug or plug lead. Valve clearances only change slightly when hot but not under load so if it only misfires going up hill its likely to be electrical or fuel starvation, check the fuel filter also
Chassis number is the same as your VIN# on the drivers corner of the dashboard near the glass. The engine number location varies with the particular engine but is rarely relevant to anything unless you are doing a vintage restoration.(most internal parts are interchangeable within certain engine sizes, outside components are vehicle and year specific) A replacement engine of the same size may carry a different number but the bore, stroke and compression ratio (stuff that matters) will be the same.