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toos Khodro

Undrestanding Toyota Chassis Number

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Hello,

JZX90-6514013 and JZX90-6534155

They are Toyota chassis number.

Could anyone help me that this two chassis No. refers to what Model of Toyota?

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Take a look here...

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How to read a VIN

1st character - Identifies the country in which the vehicle was manufactured. For example: U.S.A.(1or 4), Canada(2), Mexico(3), Japan(J), Korea(K), England(S), Germany(W), Italy(Z)

2nd character- Identifies the manufacturer. For example;

Ford(F), Nissan(N), Toyota(T), VW(V), Volvo(V).

3rd character - Identifies vehicle type or manufacturing division, D = Passenger Car

4th to 8th characters - VDS - Vehicle Descriptor Section. These 5 characters occupy positions 4 through 8 of the VIN and may be used by the manufacturer to identify attributes of the vehicle. Identifies vehicle features such as body style, engine type, model, series, etc.

9th Character - The check digit "character or digit 9" in the sequence of a vehicle identification number (VIN) built beginning with model year 1981 (when the 17 character digit format was established) can best be described as identifying the VIN accuracy.

10th character- Identifies the model year. For example: 1988(J), 1989(K), 1990(L), 1991(M), 1992(N), 1993(P), 1994®, 1995(S), 1996(T),

1997(V), 1998(W), 1999(X), 2000(Y)------2001(1), 2002(2), 2003(3)

11th character- Identifies the assembly plant for the vehicle.

12th to 17th characters- VIS - Vehicle Identifier Section. The last 8 characters of the VIN are used for the identification a of specific vehicle. The last four characters shall always be numeric. Identifies the sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled off the manufacturers assembly line.

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That should be pinned topic for future reference.

Having said that, I can't quite figure mine out.

JTILOAE9207097587

So

J = Japan

T = Toyota

I = ? It is a Corolla 16 valve Executive GL Lift back ( or should that be read as ILO ?)

AE92 = identifier ?

O = 10th character, but it is 91 reg

7097587 = it was the 7097587th off the line

Sorry if I am being a bit stupid, but can't quite figure it to my satisfaction. I have checked the numbers in my log book 3 times !

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dont think TVORs info is quite accurate. burnaston built cars start SB1, S is UK but B=Burnatson?. on the whole its nearly right tho.

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J = Japan

T = Toyota

I = ? It is a Corolla 16 valve Executive GL Lift back ( or should that be read as ILO ?) AE92 = identifier ?

O = 10th character, but it is 91 reg

7097587 = it was the 7097587th off the line

The 3rd number is for vehicle type, yours could be a 1 not an I meaning a passenger car.

D, G, K, X, 1, 2, 7, N - Passenger Car

A, B, M, 4 - Truck

B - Truck

E, L, 3 - Multipurpose Passenger Vehicle (SUV)

5 - Incomplete Vehicle (typically a convertible)

So far...

JTILOAE9207097587

JTI – Japan Toyota Car

LOAE9 – Body engine model series

2 - Is the VIN Check Digit Manufacturer's Internal Code

0 - Model year Check Manufacturer's Code

7 – Assembly plant

0 - 9 - 7587 - Sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled off the manufacturers assembly line, yours was the 7587th

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J = Japan

T = Toyota

I = ? It is a Corolla 16 valve Executive GL Lift back ( or should that be read as ILO ?) AE92 = identifier ?

O = 10th character, but it is 91 reg

7097587 = it was the 7097587th off the line

The 3rd number is for vehicle type, yours could be a 1 not an I meaning a passenger car.

D, G, K, X, 1, 2, 7, N - Passenger Car

A, B, M, 4 - Truck

B - Truck

E, L, 3 - Multipurpose Passenger Vehicle (SUV)

5 - Incomplete Vehicle (typically a convertible)

So far...

JTILOAE9207097587

JTI – Japan Toyota Car

LOAE9 – Body engine model series

2 - Is the VIN Check Digit Manufacturer's Internal Code

0 - Model year Check Manufacturer's Code

7 – Assembly plant

0 - 9 - 7587 - Sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled off the manufacturers assembly line, yours was the 7587th

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Thanks, mate :clap:

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Can you tell me what this code means?

SB1KZ20E50F063957

S for england but what stands the B for? BMW?

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SB1EB76L90E015002 -- baffling isn't it? :) Can you decipher it?

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Thank you. Do you have full decoding list for each block? In the post you linked it is only vaguely described.

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