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Old 04-21-2010, 05:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for the VIN

I have a 03 400ex, and i have been trying to find the VIn # on it. I have found the Frame/Engine and Carb but not the Vin.
When i put the frame # in it comes back as invalid.
Can someone please point me in the right direction.

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I have a 03 400ex, and i have been trying to find the VIn # on it. I have found the Frame/Engine and Carb but not the Vin.
When i put the frame # in it comes back as invalid.
Can someone please point me in the right direction.

TIA


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My 2005-2009 manual says it's here:

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Thank you, But that sticker has only the Yr/location of Mfg:
could there be another location ?

I have the frame number according to the book, but no Vin. In the Pic you can see the frame number on the left...
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This is what the 2003 Owner's manual says:

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Thank you, But that sticker has only the Yr/location of Mfg:
could there be another location ?

I have the frame number according to the book, but no Vin. In the Pic you can see the frame number on the left...
It should be in one of those locations. The true VIN will be stamped into the frame.
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Yeah, that's the VIN engraved in that metal piece on the left in the picture.
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Again, Thank you.

I have enterd the number in a few differnt Vin checks and keeps comming back as invalid number.
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Again, Thank you.

I have enterd the number in a few differnt Vin checks and keeps comming back as invalid number.
You are distinguishing between the zeros and the letter "O" aren't you? Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. Some other numbers can be confusing too. For example, L and l.
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