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Old 12-18-2006, 02:37 PM
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1948-Present VIN Decoder

Ford-Trucks.com is pleased to announce the beta release of our 1948-present Ford truck VIN decoder. Try it out, and let us know what you think! If you find any bugs let us know in the support ticket system on the Misc drop-down menu.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/vin-decoder/index.php
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Mine was missing info it apparently didn't know
I sent a feedback note.
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That is pretty cool. One question though, what is position #9 in a VIN number? That is the only one that isn't listed.
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That should be pretty handy... might help out with the multitudes I deal with...
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That is pretty cool. One question though, what is position #9 in a VIN number? That is the only one that isn't listed.

The ninth vehicle identification number digit is a VIN accuracy check digit, verifying the previous VIN numbers. This is how the check digit works
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Well this looks cool. I will have to try this out when I get home as I don't have any of the trucks with me now. Thanks Ken!!!
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I think it's going to be pretty slick when it's all ironed out.

I sent feedback a couple of days ago re: 49/50 and early 51 vins that all read "you have a 1949 model truck"
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We have a few bugs still left to iron out. Ford's literature conflicts for some items, we have missing data for others, etc. VIN decoding can get quite complicated when you have one decoder that works for almost a 60 year spread!

Also, as time goes by it will expand to cover more lines. Ranger/Bronco data is limited in it, Econoline isn't covered yet, etc.
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worked great for me. Except my truck doesn't have the 4.9 anymore. That's only cause I swapped it out though



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Very cool, Ken!
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