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Old 10-14-2011, 12:05 AM
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Can anyone tell me where to find the vin stamp on my engine and trans? My car is a 1984. THANKS
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Can anyone tell me where to find the vin stamp on my engine and trans? My car is a 1984. THANKS
The engine VIN is located on the drivers side at the back of the motor just above the oil pan rail.


The transmission VIN is located also on the drivers side at the back of the transmission,


Take a look at the bottom section of this page V6 History

Hats off to Ken Mosher for the V6 history page.
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Thread is stuck. This is valuable information.
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what if that engine pad is blank....?
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I have seen a block that was not installed in a car from the factory. The one I saw only had the number "41" on it. A blank pad might indicate a factory replacement block, or a pre-production casting.
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