How to scan Iveco vin ??

In general Iveco vin vehicles can be identified using the following data:

 Location  Vehicle  identification number– stamped on the vehicle– in the type plate– on the production strip– in the production sticker for electronic componentsEngine Number– on the engine block gearbox  Number on the gearbox

Vehicle Identification Number:

Location of the Iveco vin 

The Iveco vin is stamped onto the right-hand longeron on all IVECO vehicles

Iveco vin Iveco vin

Iveco vin decoder
Massiv – Campagnola

 Iveco vin Lettering

Iveco vin decoder

The lettering used:
Massif and Campagnola are made by SANTANA MOTORS in Spain
and therefore differ in the ways the VINs are stamped and composed

Iveco vin breakdown

Iveco vin Type Plate:

 

Form and appearance of the factory plate

Stralis
Daily
Iveco daily vin decoder
Eurocargo
Trakker
Massif and Campagnola

 

a Type approval number (if required)
b VIN
c Maximum weight for a complete vehicle
d Maximum weight for a vehicle with a trailer (if required)
e Maximum permissible axle load, 1st axle
f Maximum permissible axle load, 2nd axle (if required)
g Maximum permissible axle load, 1st axle
h Maximum permissible axle load, 2nd axle (if required)
i Model Codes
l Axle base in mm
m Engine type
n Engine performance
o Number of axles
p Production Sites
r Permissible exhaust gas value

Stralis Series Designations

AS 440 56 Y
1 2 3 4 5
Cab Total weight Series Engine Rating Type

 

1 AD Active Day (short)
AT Active Time (long)
AS Active Space (large cab)
2 190 18 t
260 26 t
440 44 t
3 Stralis
4 31 310 HP
33 330 HP
36 360 HP
42 420 HP
45 450 HP
50 500 HP
56 560 HP
5 without 4×2 chassis, mechanical suspension
/P 4×2 chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle
/FP 4×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension
/FP D 4×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension – special variants for distribution work
/FP CM 4×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension – special variants for removable bodies
Y/P 6×2 chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle and a raisable, single tyred trailing axle
Y/PT 6×2 chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle and a raisable, double tyred trailing axle
Y/PS 6×2 chassis with raisable, single tyred trailing axle with positive steering
Y/FP D 6×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension and raisable, single tyred trailing axle – special variants for distribution work
Y/FS D 6×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension and raisable, single tyred trailing axle with positive steering – special variants for distribution work
Y/FP CM 6×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension and raisable, single tyred trailing axle – special variants for removable bodies
Y/FS CM 6×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension and raisable, single tyred trailing axle with positive steering – special variants for large volume bodies
X/P 6×2 chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle, positive steering on the raisable leading axle
X/FP 6×2 chassis with full pneumatic suspension, positive steering on the raisable leading axle
Z/P HM 6×2 chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle; for particularly heavy-duty tasks
T/P 4×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle
T/P HR 4×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear planetary hub reduction axle
T/FP LT 4×2 prime mover with full pneumatic suspension and an especially lox semitrailer coupling point (Low Tractor)
TX/P 6×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear axles, a steered but not raisable leading axle of Iveco vin
TY/PT 6×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear axles, double tyred leading axle
TZ/P 6×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear axles
TZ/P HM 6×2 prime mover with pneumatic suspension on the rear axles, for particularly heavy-duty tasks

Trakker Series Designations

AS 440 56 Y

 

1 2 3 4 5
Cab Total weight Series Engine Rating Type

 

1 AD Active Day (short)
AT Active Time (long)
AS Active Space (large cab)
2 190 18 tonnes
260 26 tonnes
440 44 tonnes
3 Stralis
4 31 310 HP
33 330 HP
36 360 HP
42 420 HP
45 450 HP
50 500 HP
56 560 HP
5 without Chassis with mechanical suspension
/P Chassis with pneumatic suspension on the rear axle/s
Chassis with AWD, leaf suspension
B Special chassis for concrete mixers
Prime mover with leaf suspension
T/P Prime mover with leaf suspension on the rear axle/s
WT Prime mover with AWD, leaf suspension of Iveco vin

 

Location of the iveco vin decoder type plate

 

Daily (old model)
Daily (new model)
Eurocargo / Trakker / Stralis
STRALIS Restiling 2007
1 = Eurocargo / Eurotrakker
2 = Stralis
Massif and Campagnola
(engine compartment bulkhead, right-hand side)

Iveco vin Engine Number:

Location of the engine number IN Iveco vin

On all vehicles manufactured by IVECO, the engine number is either stamped onto the engine block or put on with a needle stamp or else fixed on with a badge. in older vehicles the engine number is located on the right-hand side of the engine block. On up to date models the engine number can be found on the left.

Form and appearance of the Iveco vin  engine number

Measurements:

A new engine number is issued to regenerated engines. The old number is removed and a new number applied by needle stamp.

However, instead of the needle stamped number, a badge with the new number can be firmly glued on. In such cases the original number is still present and will not be removed.

Example: the Cursor engine on the Stralis and Eurotrakker
In this case there is a second engine number stamped on under the metal plate
F2 and F3 Cursor engine for Stralis and Eurotrakker
(the stamped engine number can be found underneath the badge)
On the F2 and F3 Cursor engines the badge is riveted on
F4 Tector engine for Eurocargo
In this case the badge has been glued on.
SOFIM 81.40 engine for the 2.800 Daily (only until October 2004)
The engine number is located on the right-hand side of the engine block (in the direction of travel)
Common Rail F1A engine for the Iveco Daily vin decoder  (new versions)
The engine number is located on the left-hand side of the engine block. (Access difficult)

 Composition of the engine number

Engine designation for type approval purposes

Iveco vin Gearbox Number

Location of the gearbox number in Iveco vin

Gearbox numbers are normally attached to the gearbox on a badge and can be used for identification purposes.

The serial number is always important for a proper identification

Vehicle Keys of Iveco vin:

Iveco vehicles generally have three keys.

Daily (new) without radio remote control
Daily (new) with radio remote control
EuroTrakker (without transponder)
Stralis and Eurocargo

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