How do you find out what packages My car has?
Read the fifth digit of the VIN to learn the vehicle line. This determines the model and type of Dodge you have–for example, a sedan Neon, a coupe Stealth, a four-wheel-drive Dakota or a two-wheel-drive Ram.
A base model refers to the most basic, no-frills version of the car you are buying. While other versions, or trim levels, of the car might offer more “goodies,” the base model is typically less expensive because it offers fewer amenities. Think of it the same way you’d think of buying a pizza.
The VIN can tell you practically anything about the car, including color, year, make and model. The registered owner is also tied to the vehicle, so looking up the VIN can reveal the history of ownership, which includes the present owner.
Does a VIN number tell you the owner?
What information can be found with a VIN number?
A VIN displays the car’s unique features, specifications and manufacturer. The VIN can be used to track recalls, registrations, warranty claims, thefts and insurance coverage.
The VIN can reveal a number of things about a car, including its airbag type, country of origin, engine size, model year and trim level. The last 6 characters of the VIN is the most important part that contains the vehicle’s unique ID.
Can I lookup my vehicle specs by VIN number?
Locate digits in the fourth through eighth position for a vehicle made after 1981. This five-digit series of numbers will identify the features of the vehicle such as body style, engine type and model. If the VIN is less than 17 digits the entire sequence may be required to identify the package.