Point of view of this article: The subject said that engine number was found on a large rack, this is a mistake because engine number is all printed on engine block, if it is really same number on cylinder block The engine number on driver's license does not match This should indicate that cylinder block or assembly has been replaced, but no replacement procedures have been performed since.
Firstly, conventional engine number is actually unique, just like our ID number, and its position is engraved on cylinder block by manufacturer through a special process. The test subject said that engine number was found on frame of car. If frame number (i.e. VIN) was not confused with engine number, then it must be car's nameplate fixed on frame. There is this vehicle on it. Basic information includes frame number, engine model, production date, etc. The engine model here does not refer to engine number on our driver's license, but model listed by engine manufacturer for that engine. configurations of this engine Model and engine model are same.
Secondly, if it is confirmed that actual engine number does not match engine number on driver's license, there should be only one case, that is, engine block or assembly must have been replaced before that car, and you need to go at that time to vehicle management office. Handle change business, otherwise vehicle will not be successful in transfer of ownership or other related business. Therefore, it is recommended that questioner clarify situation as soon as possible.
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