Re: 62-65 VIN
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Re: 62-65 VIN



For your example, "say a mid-model year change in a transmission part?"  "Would a repair shop have any need to investigate the VIN in ordering parts for a 62-65 Mopar?" 

Not in this case. The 62-65 transmission is identified by it's 10,000 day calendar number on the side rail. It identifies the transmission not the VIN.

Nick T.


From: "Bob Faunce" <bobsbelvedere@xxxxxxxxx>

Subject: 62-65 VIN

Hi - I understand that the VIN on newer cars with 17 digit VINs can be used to identify parts numbers, especially if there have been mid-model year part changes.  My question is whether the sequence portion of the 62-65 Mopar VINs can be used for similar information, say a mid-model year change in a transmission part? Would a repair shop have any need to investigate the VIN in ordering parts for a 62-65 Mopar? Thanks

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