How do you read a Jayco VIN number?
The Jayco, Inc. vehicle identification number (VIN) is 17 digits long and for towable products is located on the lower side of the “road side” sidewall. Motorized products have the VIN decal located on driver’s door jamb. The VIN is also usually indicated on sales paperwork you received from your selling dealer.
How do I contact Jayco?
For more information about Jayco or its products, call 1-800-RV-JAYCO, or write Jayco, Inc. PO Box 460, Middlebury, IN 46540.
How do I know what kind of camper I have?
Usually, it is near the driver’s seat. Often it is on a plate or tag on the driver’s door or near the pedals. Monaco Coach placed a tag on the wall behind the driver’s seat. On a Fleetwood, you will find the model number on the exterior driver sidewall near the entry door and the capacity chart inside the closet door.
Is it bad if someone knows your VIN number?
Yes, and you should otherwise the buyer won’t have a way to verify the vehicle’s history data. It’s not the same as giving out sensitive personal information like a social security number. While the VIN is unique for each vehicle, there isn’t much anyone can do with a VIN number.
Who is the president of Jayco?
Ken Walters is the new president of Jayco.
How do I check a VIN history?
Here’s Where To Get a Completely Free VIN Check! You can get a free VIN check at the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), VehicleHistory.com or iSeeCars.com/VIN. Just pop in your car’s digits and these sites will do the VIN lookup and give you information on the vehicle.
How do I identify my vintage camper?
Identify Your Trailer Serial numbers are frequently found on the tounge rail on the passenger side. (Usually on top, but may be on the drivers side or the side of the rail). Use paint remover or sand lightly to uncover the numbers.
What each digit means in a VIN?
The first group of three numbers and letters in a VIN make up the world manufacturer identifier (WMI). In this group, the first digit or letter identifies the country of origin. The third digit, when combined with the first two letters or numbers, indicates the vehicle’s type or manufacturing division.