May 19, 2018 at 11:02 pm #494750
Hoping to get some help in finding the VIN number for a Yukon Denali I recently purchased. This car was previously stolen, then recovered. The thieves had done a thorough job in removing the identity, so there is no VIN number to be found. They even hacked the computer and removed the VIN number from there. After recovery, it was given a new identity by the DOT, so it is completely legal. But I am having a hard time finding parts for it, as almost every part search starts with a VIN number.
I did find what looks like a production label with a bunch of numbers that I hope someone can cross reference to find the original VIN number. It is located on the right side of the frame and has the following information:
Part No: 15065452 Frame code: 76T EWO no: MP385 Model no: K15706 Production date: 10/8/2002
Caster/Camber code: 090096088100C Serial no: 44TFUB 30509988
Can anyone please help me out here?
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July 20, 2019 at 7:52 pm #552532
Well a year later for this response but maybe someone else can use the info. All vehicles have the VIN stamped at several locations known to Law Enforcement, usually State Troopers have an auto theft detail and can check your vehicle for the number. When your DOT re registered they should have looked for and cross referenced the hidden vin to your newly assigned number.
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