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Old 06-06-2008, 02:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Wink Where is the engine number stamped on the block ?

As title really, where do I look on the engine block to find the engine number that matches that of the vin plate. Can see EJ20 cast in the alloy under the alternator but where is the full number ?

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Here is the location

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Ah a, now I see it, had to clear some surface corrosion first.

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do you have to remove the TMIC to access it?
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hey can anyone tell me where the engine number on the engine of a swift dzire is
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I think you're on the wrong forum :)
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Hi, l just checked my engine serial number (located where the engine and transmission meet, as highlighted in the diagram above), and am not sure if this is correct.The engine serial number starts with a "B" followed by 6 digits.Is this the correct serial number..?

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I have sent you a message asking you to direct me of the engine number,the diagram u posted here is not loading.or you may inbox me at dingoeus@gmail.com
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