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Old 05-02-2010, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default vin number on engine block

i need to try to figer out what engine in my jeep owner before me got a engine put in it it a inline 6 but dont know what year so anything where the vin on the engine block and i got some numbers off it but idk what it is 702m27
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no vin on block, it will have a casting number or part number on the block. It may have a date # on it, others will chime in.
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i looked at 3 other 87 none of the engines the same as mine
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What is the problem? Depending on the issue you are having it may not matter. If you know what part is failing you could pull it and then match it a the parts store. If you can find the same part, you will at least figure out what range of years it is.
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