Dacia

 

In General:

Dacia vehicles can be identified from the following numbers:

Location
Vehicle identification number – stamped/etched onto the vehicle
– on the type plate
Engine Number – on the engine block
Gearbox Number – on the gearbox
Fabrication number – on the type plate

Dacia also keeps the following vehicle details:

Colour
Model description
Additional fittings
Receiver (Distribution centre/Dealer/Country of delivery)
Date of manufacture

The locations of the various data carriers are shown in the following images.

Vehicle Identification Number:

Location of the VIN

Logan Saloon vin
Logan Saloon
on the lower edge of the scuttle frame, on the right, beneath the front windscreen
Logan Estate, Van and Pick-Up on the front right suspension strut dome
Sandero
on the front right suspension strut dome
Duster
on the front right suspension strut dome

1.2 VIN Lettering

Smooth level stamping

1.3 VIN breakdown

2. Type Plate:

2.1 Location of the type plate

Logan
stuck on to the right door pillar – plastic plate
Sandero
stuck on to the right door pillar –
plastic plate
Duster
stuck on to the right door pillar –
plastic plate

2.2 Composition of the type plate

 

A = Manufacturer’s name
B = EC type approval number
C = Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
D = Maximum weight
E = Total towing weight
F = Authorised axle load, front axle
G = Authorised axle load, back axle
1 = Colour code
2 = Version
3 = Model
4 = Fabrication number

 

2.3 Security features on the plastic sticker

When exposed to UV light the manufacturer’s name appears all round the plate, as it does on RENAULT plates.

Examination under normal light
Examination under UV light

3. Engine number and gearbox number:

3.1 Location of the engine and gearbox numbers

3.2 Breakdown of the engine number

On Dacia vehicles, the gearbox number is a code with three groups of characters.

Stamped engine number

1 = Engine type
2 = Engine approval number
3 = Dacia engine code
4 = Engine production number

On Dacia vehicles, the gearbox number is a code with three groups of characters.

Stamped transmission number

1= Transmission type 2 = Designation of the transmission type 3 = Production identification number

4. Production Number

 

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