Decoder Options Let's consider how the Ford serial number decoder works. The side marker lights were located by a concave groove on the body side, which previously was a spear. The front bumper was redesigned. The rear window was larger. All brand names and product names used on this website are trade names, service marks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. The Night model and the 4. No other changes were made.
In addition, the front fender braces were deleted. New aerodynamic, impact-resistant headlights with easy-to-install halogen bulbs replaced the old inset sealed beam style. The interior increased in size and had more glass. It came with heavier springs and axles. The V-8 emblem was located in the center of the hood vent on models so equipped.
The grille was revised and the parking lights were now recessed directly beneath the headlights. In the engine compartment, the standard Coast Slipper six-cylinder engine was bored to 223ci. The letters A, B and T correspond to the limousine with a 5, 3 and 2 doors. Two- tone paint was optional. Body Code The first two digits of the three-digit body code is the trim code and identifies the color and type of materials used in the interior upholstery. It is unique to your vehicle.
The Sports Package still included bright exterior moldings and trim, an argent grille, Parchment pleated upholstery, floor mats, lighter, chrome front and rear bumpers, wheel covers and Sport Bronco emblem. The grille now featured a horizontal bar and twin spear shaped openings above two rows of small rectangular cutouts. During the model year, the grille was painted ivory and the headlight rings argent silver. Wheels on the F-100s were painted Snowshoe White, and parking lamps and hoodside medallions were new. The third digit identifies the type of back of cab equipment.
It engaged the fan only as needed. On the sides of the hood, a round emblem indicating the model designation was added to the side spears. The Flareside pickups came with a wood floor, whereas the Stylesides got a steel floor. As in previous years the custom cab option was available on all models. It consisted of woven upholstery, chrome trim on the instrument cluster, white steering wheel, two-tone interior, bright metal grille and windshield reveal moldings. The grille was redesigned with park and turn signal lamps now fully under the headlamps and wrapped around the side.
Power steering and the Cruise-O-Matic transmission were new options on the V8 equipped Broncos. The parking lights were wraparound and the rear side markes moved. Engine availability was limited to a base 351 ci V8 with an optional 400 V8 also available. If the car is produced in Mexico, it will have number 3. Among standard features were key-in-ignition warning buzzer and a parking brake engaged warning light.
It is a 17-digit sequence of letters and numbers that is basically your vehicle's serial number. The four speed transmission was brought back as an option. It is primarily intended for 1990's-2000's Ford trucks but most likely also applies to other Ford models. Headlights were set in blacked out bezels and rectangular grille openings were larger. The sports utility model is now called a pickup.
Also new was the Special Décor Group consisting of a blacked-out grille, color-keyed hood and body side tape stripe, bright windshield moldings and window frames and bright wheel covers. Taller side windows that dip below the base of the windshield as well as a taller windshield that now blends with forward edge of the cab roof mark the remaining, most visible changes. A premium sound system was introduced. Power brakes were optional on 4 wheel drive trucks. Paul, Minnesota T — Edison Edison, New Jersey 8. Options included an under hood tool box. The interior was also redesigned for a more streamlined appearance.
A V-8 emblem was used on the upper grille support on trucks that were so equipped. First, look up in the technical documentation. If only a single-digit trim code, there will be a space between the first and last digit, as shown here. A Custom Cab emblem was located on each door. Styling was carried over from last year.
No portion or content of this site may be reproduced or otherwise used without explicit permission. Trucks manufactured prior to 1980 have Vehicle Identification Codes, but they are specific to the manufacturer and will need to be decoded by a dealer or a Ford Truck Shop Manual. New options included white styled steel wheels. When fitted with the optional 302ci V8 engine, bucket seats and a 3. Convenience options included a headlight-on warning buzzer. Automatic-equipped trucks came with Ford-O- Matic script under the crest.