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#2583917 - 08/22/12 01:59 PM VIN Numbers and identification
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How To Tell What Kind of Car You Have

In 1954, American automobile manufacturers began stamping vehicle identification numbers, commonly referred to as a 'VIN', on all vehicles. The purpose of the VIN was to give an accurate description of the vehicle. Early VINs, however, came in all sorts of configurations and variations, depending on the individual manufacturer. The only way to decipher these numbers today is with a VIN decoder (and there are a lot of them available over the Internet.

Beginning in 1981, the U.S. Department of Transportation required that all road-legal vehicles must be identified using a 17-character VIN. This finally established a fixed VIN format.

In 1985, the Department of Transportation issued the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard to try to reduce the number of motor vehicle thefts. This standard became effective beginning with model year 1987 vehicles and required that high-theft cars have 12 to 14 of its major component parts marked with the VIN. In 1994, the Theft Prevention Standard was amended to include multipurpose passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks. Also in 1994, NHTSA published the final rule amending the Theft Prevention Standard to also list the covered major component parts and replacement parts to be marked for each of the classes of vehicles: the engine, transmission, front and rear bumper, right and left front fender, hood, right and left front door, right and left rear door, sliding cargo door(s), right and left quarter panels, right and left side assembly, pickup box, and /or cargo box, rear doors, decklid or hatchback and tailgate. The effective model year for this amendment was 1997.

The numbers and letters that make up a VIN tend to stay fairly consistent throughout the run of a car model. However, changes in production techniques, engine availability, and manufacturers can result in changes to the VIN. In the case of Ford Police-Package Crown Victorias, there was a VIN definition change beginning in 1993. This was the first year that the Passenger Car - 71 (P71) code was used for police packages. Prior to 1993 they were designated as P72s.

So to make life easier on all of us, I have made this page to provide some insight into decoding your vehicle's VIN.

1981 and Later VIN Decoding

Post 1981 Ford VINs consist of 17 characters, with the first 11 being used to provide vehicle information and the last six designating the sequential number of the car. The first three characters of the VIN are used to denote the car's World Manufacturer Indetifier code. This code indicates where the vehicle was made, what company made the vehicle, and what type of vehicle it is. For all Crown Victorias, this code will be 2FA, which indicates a passenger car made by Ford Motor Company of Canada, LTD. All Crown Victorias are made in Canada. If your car was made in the U.S., it would have a code of 1FA. Other common codes are as follows:

1FM - U.S. Made MPV, Ford
1FT - U.S. Made Truck, Ford
1ME - U.S. Made Passenger Car, Mercury
2FM - Canada Made MPV, Ford
2FT - Canada Made Truck, Ford
2ME - Canada Made Passenger Car, Mercury

Generally speaking, the first character of this code will denote country of origin (1 or 4 for U.S., 2 for Canada, 3 for Mexico, 6 for Australia, and K for Korea.) The second character denotes the company (F for Ford, M for Mercury, and L for Lincoln.) And the third character denotes vehicle type such as:

A = Passenger Car, Ford
M = Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), Ford
T = Truck, Ford
D = Incomplete Vehicle, Ford
F = Vehicle Minus Drivetrain, Ford
C = Basic, Stripped, Chassis, Ford
E = Passenger Car, Mercury
2 = Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), Mercury
H = Incomplete Vehicle, Mercury
3 = Incomplete MPV, Mercury
4 = MPV, Complete Vehicle, Mercury
N = Passenger Car, Lincoln
J = Incomplete Vehicle, Lincoln
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The fourth position of the VIN is used to indicate the vehicle's restraint type. These codes are:

B = Active Seatbelts, Front Only
C = Active Seatbelts, All Positions
L = Active Seatbelts All Positions and Driver and Passenger Airbags
F = Believe that this is for Active Seatbelts All Positions and Driver and Passenger, Front and Side, Airbags

The fifth VIN position indicates the type of car that you have. There are three codes that can apply:

P - Passenger Car, Ford North American Vehicles
M - Passenger Car, Lincoln/Mercury North Amercian Vehicles
T - Passenger Car, Association Vehicles (Mazda, Kia, etc.)
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The sixth and seventh VIN positions indicate the vehicle's Line, Series, and Body Type. For Ford Crown Victorias there are five codes. They are:

71 - Crown Victoria, Police Interceptor, 4-Door Sedan (Body Type BA4)- This code only applies to 1993 and later Police Package equipped vehicles.

72 - Crown Victoria, Base-Fleet, 4-Door Sedan (Body Type BA4) - This was used to identify Police-Package cars from 1981 to 1992. This code also indentifies all non-Police Fleet vehicles (Taxis, Service Vehicles, Government, etc.) for years 1981 to present.

73 - Crown Victoria, Fleet, 4-Door Sedan (Body Type BA4) - This is the code for a base model civilian Crown Victoria.

74 - Crown Victoria, LX, 4-Door Sedan (Body Type LX4) - This is the code for a high-end civilian Crown Victoria with the luxury goodies.

79 - Crown Victoria, 4-door Station Wagon
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The eigth VIN position indicates the type of engine in the car. For all post-1992 Crown Victorias this code will be "W", which indicates a SOHC 4.6L, 280 CID, 8-cylinder, gasoline, engine. Other engine codes for earlier cars are:

F - 5.0L EFI, 302 CID, 8-cylinder, gasoline engine
G - 5.8L 2 BBL OHV, 8-cylinder, gasoline engine
M - 5.0L EFI Hig Output, 302 CID, 8-cylinder, gasoline engine
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The ninth VIN position is used as a check-sum number, and doesn't provide any vehicle information.
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The tenth VIN position indicates the model year of the vehicle. These codes are as follows:

B - 1981
C - 1982
D - 1983
E - 1984
F - 1985
G - 1986
H - 1987
J - 1988
K - 1989
L - 1990
M - 1991
N - 1992
P - 1993
R - 1994
S - 1995
T - 1996
V - 1997
W - 1998
X - 1999
Y - 2000
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The eleventh position indicates the plant that made the car. The codes are:

A - Atlanta
B - Oakville
D - Ohio
F - Dearborn
G - Chicago
H - Lorain
K - Kansas City
T - Edison
W - Wayne
X - St. Thomas, Canada (Crown Victorias)
Y - Wixom
R - Hermosillo, Mexico
U - Louisville
V - Jefferson County
8 - Broadmeadows, Australia
6 - Sohari, South Korea
5 - Flat Rock
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The remaining VIN positions are used to indicate sequential production numbers. The only variants here are that Ford Division vehicles are numbered 100,001 through 600,000 and Lincoln/Mercury Division vehicles are numbered 600,001 through 999,999.



* The Police Interceptor (often referred to simply as CVPI) is the law enforcement version of the 1999 and later Ford Crown Victoria. Though the name has only been officially in use for the car starting in 1999, the current major design of the car has been the same since the year before, 1998. The 1979–91 full-size LTDs and LTD Crown Victorias and 1992 updated body style prior to 1993 used the P72 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) code for both fleet/taxi and police models (only used for one model year for the newer style body in 1992). From 1993–1998, the police car models of Crown Victorias were officially known as Crown Victoria P71s. Starting in 1999, the Crown Victoria equipped with the P71 package has been given the official name of Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. It is one of the most widely-used automobiles in North American police departments, and due to the "heavy duty" nature of the vehicle, is also used by many taxi companies. Since Chevrolet dropped the rear-drive Caprice, Ford has had a near-monopoly on the market for police cruisers because of a preference for V8 powered rear-drive cars in North America.

Although the Police Interceptor is usually not sold to the general public, these cars are widely available in the used car market once they are no longer needed for law enforcement or fleet duty. In compliance with most state laws in the US and provincial laws in Canada, used Police Interceptors are normally stripped of any police decals, radio and computer equipment and emergency lights by law enforcement agencies before being sold or auctioned on the civilian markets in Canada and the United States.


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#2583922 - 08/22/12 02:05 PM 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs
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The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) continues to be the #1 police vehicle in the industry and is the only standard Flex Fuel V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive interceptor with a body-on-frame build. It’s also the only known police pursuit sedan on the market tested to meet 75-mph rear crash testing. Five Police Prep Packages are available to customize equipment needs for individual police departments, reducing upfit delay. Standard is the 4.6-liter V-8 engine which produces 250 horses which also includes a high-output, 200-amp alternator, an engine oil cooler, heavy-duty shock absorbers, a heavy-duty front suspension, speed-sensitive steering with power steering oil cooler, a transmission oil cooler and heavy-duty steel wheels. Optional features on the CVPI include: Fire suppression system, factory installed ballistic door panels, street appearance package, trunk pack and several newly added LED corning light packages.






Police Interceptor

Police Interceptor w/ Street Appearance Package






Air conditioning

Alternator – high output, 200-amps max output, 132-amps at idle

Audio – AM/FM stereo

Automatic Fire Suppression System*

Ballistic door panels*

Brakes – Power 4-wheel disc with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)

Door Locks - Power

Engine – 250-hp** 4.6L SOHC V8 FFV with 4-speed Automatic O/D Transmission

Engine-idle meter

Floor Covering - Heavy-duty rubber

Headliner - removable

Lamps:

- Dome map (5" center mount)

- Dual beam map light

- Light bar connector, 40-amp battery circuit at right front corner of trunk


Mirrors – Power, fold-away dual remote

Oil-to-air transmission oil cooler

Power-adjustable pedals

Power distribution connector

Power Point – Rear power access located in trunk

Scuff Plates – Colored keyed, front and rear

Seats:

- 1st Row - Cloth buckets, manual driver/passenger adjust

- 1st Row - Anti-Stab Plate (driver and passenger front seats)

- 2nd Row - Vinyl bench rear


Suspension - Heavy-duty

Wheels:

- 17" with P235/55R17 tires

- 17" Full Size Spare Tire/Wheel – Conventional


Windows – Power with driver express-down





Airbags:

- Dual 2nd generation front supplemental restraint system

- Driver and front passenger

- Side (driver and passenger)


Battery saver feature

Brake/shift interlock isolation from tail lights

Child-safety rear door locks

Fail safe cooling

Personal Safety System™

Side-intrusion door beams

Tire Pressure Monitoring System




Audio – AM/FM stereo/single-CD player

Chrome Grille

Courtesy Disable

Cruise control

Daytime running lights

Decklid release on door and I/P

Driver side or dual spot-lamp assembly

Engine block heater

Floor Covering - Carpeted

Keyed alike codes

Limited slip differential (3.27)

Locking gas cap

Mirrors – Heated sideview

Rear door handles and locks inoperable

Remote keyless entry

Seats:

- Cloth bucket / cloth rear (manual driver/passenger)

- Cloth split bench (50/50) / cloth rear - Power driver (with power lumbar) / manual passenger

- Power driver with power lumbar

Traction Control (n/a with 3.55 axle ratio)

Two-tone paint






Base Lighting Package

Base Police Prep Package

Comfort and Convenience Group

Complete Police Prep Package

Lamp Prewire Group

Radio Suppression Package

Ready-for-the-Road Package

Spot Lamp Wiring Prep

Street Appearance Package

Trunk Pack

Visibility Package






Available for unique vehicle equipment and special paint options





* Available on select series. Restrictions may apply. See your dealer for details.
**Based on 2009 model year ratings


Ford Motor Company reserves the right to change product specifications at any time without incurring obligations.



















Edited by BrianD93 (08/22/12 02:08 PM)
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#2583925 - 08/22/12 02:11 PM 2009 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs
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Flexible-fuel capability and power-adjustable pedals, standard

Along with legendary body-on-frame construction, there’s rear-wheel drive and a V8 powertrain

5 Police Prep Packages are available to customize equipment needs for individual police departments and to reduce aftermarket upfitter installation costs




5-Star NHTSA frontal crash test rating†

Airbags – 2nd generation driver and front passenger

Airbags – side (driver and front passenger)

Battery saver

Brake/shift interlock

Brakes – Power 4-wheel disc with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)

Child safety locks – rear door

Emergency interior trunk release

Fail-safe engine cooling system

Personal Safety System® for driver and front passenger – Includes

• Crash severity sensor

• Driver-seat position sensor

• Dual-stage front airbags

• Front-Passenger Sensing System (FPSS)

• Personal Safety System Restraint Control Module

• Safety belt energy management retractors

• Safety belt pretensioners


Side-intrusion door beams


Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)





200-amp maximum output alternator provides additional electrical capacity for police equipment

Air conditioning

Audio – AM/FM stereo

Body-on-frame, RWD construction

Engine – 4.6L FFV OHC SEFI V8 (250HP†)

Engine-idle meter

Engine, power steering and transmission oil coolers

Full-size spare tire and wheel

Heavy-duty frame/suspension

Heavy-duty rubber floor covering

Mirrors – fold-away dual power sideview

Power-adjustable pedals – NEW

Power point – rear power access point (power junction box providing power to trunk mounted equipment)

Rear-seat heat ducts

Seats – Front, cloth buckets (manual adjust), vinyl rear bench

Tilt steering column

Wheels – 17" with P235/55R17 tires






3.27 non-limited-slip axle or 3.55 limited-slip axle

Audio – AM/FM stereo with single-CD player

Cruise control

Decklid release on door and I/P – ignition powered

Driver side or dual spot-lamp assembly

Engine block heater

Industry-first Ballistic Door Panels (View video or View brochure)

Locking gas cap

Mirrors – Heated sideview

Rear door handles inoperable / lock operable

Remote keyless entry key fob without key pad

Traction Control

Two-tone paint





Ford Vehicle Special Order(VSO)

• Available for unique vehicle equipment and special paint options (visit www.fleet.ford.com for more VSO information)


Automatic Fire Suppression System (60S)

• Manual activation switch


Comfort and Convenience Group (41A)

• Cruise control

• Seat – 6-way power driver

• Seat – cloth split bench front/cloth rear

• Single-CD player


Police Prep Packages

• Base Police Prep Package (65A)

• Base Lighting Package (65P)

• Complete Police Prep Package (68P)

• Lamp Pre-Wire Group (476)

• Radio Suppression Package (53M)

• Ready-for-the-Road Package (65U)

• Spot Lamp Wiring Prep (51B/51Z)

• Visibility Package (65W)


Street Appearance Package (60B)

• Includes chrome/color-keyed details, badging and wheel covers Trunk Pack ™ (14T) (with DuPont™ KEVLAR® lining)




†Based on 2008 model year testing.
††Available on select series. See your dealer for details.


Ford Motor Company reserves the right to change product specifications at any time without incurring obligations.
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#2583931 - 08/22/12 02:16 PM 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs
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Posts: 49
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The legend – and the only standard Flex Fuel V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive interceptor with a body-on-frame build

It’s the only known police pursuit sedan on the market tested to meet 75-mph rear crash tests

Police Prep Packages are available to customize equipment needs for individual police departments, reducing upfit delay






200-amp maximum output alternator provides additional electrical capacity for police equipment

Air conditioning

Audio – AM/FM stereo

Body-on-frame, RWD construction

Engine – 250-hp* 4.6L SOHC V8 FFV

Engine-idle meter

Engine, power steering and transmission oil coolers

Fail-Safe Engine Cooling System

Full-size spare tire and wheel

Heavy-duty frame/suspension

Heavy-duty rubber floor covering

Mirrors – Power heated sideview

Power-adjustable pedals

Power window and door locks

Rear floor-mounted heat ducts

Wheels – 17-in. with P235/55R17 tires






5-Star NHTSA frontal crash test rating*

Airbags – Front-seat side

Anti-stab plate seat protection

Brake/shift interlock

Brakes – 4-wheel disc with Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)

Emergency in-trunk release handle

Personal Safety System™ for driver and right-front passenger – Includes dual-stage front airbags, safety belt pretensioners, safety belt energy-management retractors, safety belt usage sensors, driver’s seat position sensor, crash severity sensor, restraint control module and Front-Passenger Sensing System

Side-intrusion door beams

Tire Pressure Monitoring System






3.27 non-limited-slip axle

3.55 limited-slip axle

Audio – AM/FM stereo/single-CD player

Ballistic Door Panels (90L)

Courtesy Disable Lamps

Cruise control

Driver’s side or dual spot-lamp assembly

Engine block heater

Hole in center of roof

Keyed Alike Keys

Light bar connector – 40-amp battery circuit at front corner of trunk

Locking gas cap

Power Pigtail

Radio – 2-way pre-wire connector

Rear door handles inoperable/lock operable

Rear power access point located in trunk

Rear power window delete

Remote Keyless Entry System

Seat – Power driver’s

Traction control (n/a with 3.55 axle ratio)

Two-tone paints






Automatic Fire Suppression System w/ manual activation switch (60T)

Comfort and Convenience Group (41A)

Lamp Prewire Group (476)

LED Police Prep Packages

- Base Police Prep Package with LED Corner Lights (65J)

- Base Lighting Package LED (65R)

- Complete Police LED Prep Package (68B)

- Ready-for-the-Road Package with LED Lights (65S)

- Visibility Package with LED Lights (65H)


Strobe Police Prep Packages

- Base Lighting Package (65P)

- Base Police Prep Package (65A)

- Complete Police Prep Package (68P)

- Ready-for-the-Road Package (65U)

- Visibility Package (65W)


Radio Suppression Package (53M)

Street Appearance Package (60B)

Trunk Pack® (with DuPont™ Kevlar® lining) (14T
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#2583934 - 08/22/12 02:23 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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and your point is
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#2583974 - 08/22/12 03:39 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Go 68P or go home. That is all.
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#2583977 - 08/22/12 03:42 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: QuicksterP71]
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Posts: 49
Loc: Paterson,New Jersey,USA
I was tryna add to general information and tech stuff.
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#2583982 - 08/22/12 03:45 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Registered: 02/06/11
Posts: 5253
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Originally Posted By: BrianD93
I was tryna add to general information and tech stuff.

Did it occur to you that this information may already be on this site?
Also you could have put it all in one post instead of clogging up a forum with a bunch of similar threads.
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#2583990 - 08/22/12 03:50 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BillyBishop]
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sorry
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#2584012 - 08/22/12 04:26 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Geez cut him some slack, he hasn't been here long enough to know.
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#2584017 - 08/22/12 04:33 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: MEvans043]
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Originally Posted By: MEvans
Geez cut him some slack, he hasn't been here long enough to know.


This is CVN. What is this slack you speak of ?
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#2584100 - 08/22/12 06:57 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Slack?! What?! Is it like a silvery black? My goodness, how fast the world changes.
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What is that train on your front dirt.

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That is the dumbest reply I think I have ever read on here. And that's saying a lot.


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#2584191 - 08/22/12 08:54 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Next time just post a link and a brief summary of the site.

This is CVN. This is a no slack-cutting zone. No mercy.
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#2584195 - 08/22/12 09:04 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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god forbid someone tries to help

Good info.
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#2584199 - 08/22/12 09:07 PM Re: 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor specs [Re: BrianD93]
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Good info but agree it could've been done a different way. Did not know they made PIs in the city?
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