The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

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The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Ian Linden » Wed Nov 16, 2005 13:57

OK folks, let's try to get to the bottom of the Model Codes mystery (No that's not Muddle Codes, but...).

What we're asking is for everyone to open their bonnet and read the blue data plate on the bulkhead, near the battery.

It looks like this if the car is a JDM, or a different layout if the car is an export model:

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What we would like to know, please, is the Model Code on yours. That's the field starting CAX (for JDM) or CAB (for export), and the VIN/Chassis Number (starting EA11(or 21)R, or JSAEEA11R). You can put Xs for the last three digits of the VIN if you wish.

Also, if the car is JDM, please tell us whether your car has:
  • ABS (the unit is behind the carpet on the left of the boot)
  • Airbag (the steering wheel has 4 spokes, 2 horn buttons and says "airbag")
  • Limited Slip Differential (can't tell by looking, but jack up the back, gear in neutral (use chocks!) and rotate a back wheel - if the other turns the same way, it's got LSD)
  • Any other "goody" which you think could have been a factory fit
Instead of posting the answers here, please PM me, or email ian@score.org.uk.

I will compile the answers into a table, which will be posted on the board, so we can all have a go at deducing the answer.
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Postby Marcel Spoelstra » Wed Nov 30, 2005 20:29

Ian,
A long time ago I studied all original brochures and made a matrix with all model codes and all the standard options. This list was available in Dutch on my old website If you want I can translate it to English. This will save you investigation.
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Postby Ian Linden » Wed Nov 30, 2005 22:05

Marcel Spoelstra wrote:Ian,
A long time ago I studied all original brochures and made a matrix with all model codes and all the standard options. This list was available in Dutch on my old website If you want I can translate it to English. This will save you investigation.
Marcel


Yes, please, Marcel, and please don't forget to let me have your Model Code :wink:
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Jeffrey Mackens » Tue May 29, 2012 13:52

Not sure how to post a picture here but I have a pic of the tag.
reads:
TYPE: E-EA21-R
Chassis number: EA21R-1010303
Engine: K6A 658CC
Color: Y33 D65
CAFX-3

not sure what all of it means though....

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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Ian Linden » Tue May 29, 2012 16:53

Hi Jeff,

To post a pic, upload either to the gallery on this board (link is near the top on the left), or elsewhere, and paste the url into your post using the {Img} button above the post window.

The decode is available from the Cappo production info page. Click "information " at the top. You have the updated EA21R model with the K6A engine, which has a cam chain drive, rather than a belt. The EA21R was not officially exported, so there is no English language documentation for it, unfortunately. However, we do have the Parts Manual in the manuals section.
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Cathy Renshaw » Thu Mar 03, 2016 14:10

iv a blue plate, silver cappo, one but i can not load the pic, says the file is too big. any suggestions
0751001V
JSAEEA11R00101012
type EE11R engine F6A
colour 1VND57
CAB114P02
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Ian Linden » Sat Mar 05, 2016 09:58

Cathy Renshaw wrote:iv a blue one but i can not load the pic, says the file is too big. any suggestions


Hi Cathy,

Thanks for the data. If you want to know the meaning of the Model Code, see here.

You would need to use Photoshop (or a similar photo-processing software) to reduce the image size (less pixels). You can also compress jpg's to a greater degree, to reduce the file size.
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Adrian Furniss » Tue Mar 29, 2016 16:43

Cathy,

FYI ...

The colour code "1VN..." indicates "Mercury Silver", which is consistent with "JSAEEA11R..." and "CAB114P02", which indicate UK/Europe specification. Roughly 20% of the UK/Europe Cappos were Mercury Silver, 80% red.

If your Cappo is blue, then it would appear to have been resprayed at some point.
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Collette Dobson » Tue Dec 19, 2017 15:26

Dont know if you are still doing this, but here are my car details.
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Chassis No: JSAEEA11R00100607
Engine no: F6A5227420
Engine Type: F6A
0751001V
colour 1VND57
CAB114P02
Type: EEA11R
M378 NKO
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Re: The Great Cappo Model Code Survey

Postby Ian Linden » Tue Dec 19, 2017 18:24

Thanks, Colette. I think we have a good handle on the mystery now, and our solution is here.
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