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TABLE VI—CALCULATION OF A CHECK DIGIT

VIN Position…………………………………..

Add products: 8+49+24+5+32+15+18+80+0+45+56+7+6+40+12+12+2 = 411 Divide by 11: 411/11 = 37 4/11 or 37.3636. If the fourth digit is 5 or greater, round up. If the fourth digit is 4 or smaller, round down. In the example above, the remainder is 4/11 or 0.364 when rounded up. Looking up the remainder in Table V—Ninth Position Check Digit Values indicates that ‘4’ is the check digit to be inserted in position nine (9) of the VIN for this sample digit calculation.

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Sample VIN…………………………………... Assigned Value………………………………. Weight Factor………………………………… Multiply Assigned value times weight factor…

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(d) The fourth section shall consist of eight characters, which occupy positions ten

through seventeen (10–17) of the VIN. The last five (5) characters of this section shall be

numeric for passenger cars and for multipurpose passenger vehicles and trucks with a gross

vehicle weight rating of 4536 kg. (10,000 lbs.) or less, and the last four (4) characters shall be

numeric for all other vehicles.

(1) The first character of the fourth section shall represent the vehicle model year. The

year shall be designated as indicated in Table VII as follows:

TABLE VII—YEAR CODES FOR VIN

Year 2005…………......................................... 2006……………………………………. 2007……………………………………. 2008……………………………………. 2009……………………………………. 2010……………………………………. 2011……………………………………. 2012……………………………………. 2013…………………………………….

Code 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D

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