I am trying to create an ad for sell, and it keeps telling me to put in a valid VIN number, which I have done repeatedly from the original window sticker, yet it tells me it is not valid, when it is! Why is this happening???

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Asked by Jan 20, 2014 at 05:25 PM about the 2000 Ford Ranger XLT Extended Cab 4WD SB

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I am trying to create an ad for sell, and it keeps telling me to put in a valid VIN number, which I have done repeatedly from the original window sticker, yet it tells me it is not valid, when it is! Why is this happening???

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See for yourself!

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292,345

Are you adding the bold letter and numbers as well with no spaces? A7057? VIN numbers are 17 character.

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79,075

Tom is correct. Any 1981 and newer model vehicle has a 17 vehicle identification number. What you have in the picture is a partial VIN, at best. Check your registration or title for the full VIN. HTH. -Jim

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79,075

*17 character vehicle identification number. Sorry. -Jim

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