CADILLAC Seville 1997

VIN 1G6KS52Y6VU810402 Information

Manufactured in UNITED STATES (USA), MICHIGAN, HAMTRAMCK

Main Info

Make CADILLAC
Model Seville
Model Year 1997
Vehicle Type PASSENGER CAR
Body Class Sedan/Saloon
Manufacturer Name GENERAL MOTORS LLC
Engine Manufacturer WRN1
Displacement L 4.6

Additional Info

Airbag Loc Front 1st Row (Driver and Passenger)
Doors 4
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection Type Multipoint Fuel Injection (MPFI)
Note Body Type: Sedan, 4-6 Window, Notchback (GM codes: 19, 69)
Plant City HAMTRAMCK
Plant Company Name NA-GM Corp
Plant Country UNITED STATES (USA)
Plant State MICHIGAN
Seat Belt Type Manual
Trim SLS
Windows 4

Engine Info

Engine Configuration V-Shaped
Engine Number Of Cylinders 8
Other Engine Info Name Plate: Cadillac
Displacement Cc 4600.0
Displacement Ci 280.70922283576

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What is VIN?

The vehicle identification number (VIN) is the identifying code for an individual vehicle. A VIN is composed of 17 characters (digits and capital letters) that act as a unique identifier for the vehicle. 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. When you want to buy a used vehicle , it's always a good idea to obtain a VIN check information.

Why is Your Vehicle’s VIN Important?

A vehicle’s VIN is the best way to truly identify a car and its history. In fact, here are the best reasons why you should know about your vehicle’s VIN number and be able to identify the VIN on any vehicle you plan to purchase:

In the end, understanding the 17-digit VIN on your vehicle is important for many reasons. It serves to protect you and those that buy your car, identify you to authorities, and help you recover your property in the case it’s taken from you.

Where is VIN located?

The VIN location depends on the type of your vehicle. In most vehicles, it is located on the front dashboard, on the driver's side or on the driver's door.

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