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Master Platform/Body Codes List

Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by oh2o, Aug 1, 2006.

  1. Erik Latranyi

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    My father is an immigrant. He had a Chrysler New Yorker with the 2.2 Turbo. The first time he heard that message, he asked: "What does my door have to do with a jar?"
     
  2. nitroram33

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    ROFL :lol:
     
  3. hemidakota

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    Ohio - Looking for all the CY codes...
     
  4. jwhite

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    Next Gen Pac? hmm does it exist, will it exist?

    Stumped. Why would you build it in Toledo ......
     
  5. Hudson

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    Nice list, but it's PROGRAM codes and not PLATFORM codes, for the most part. An example being that the Aspen and Durango are on the same platform but have unique program (HC and HB, respectively) codes.

    CT has been cancelled.
    EB was replaced by PV, and both have been cancelled.
    GA61 was the production version of the Dodge M80 concept....cancelled.
    HH has been cancelled.
    JC49 is the code for the Dodge "crossover" and the Chinese-built Chrysler "crossover."
    JZ49 is the Chrysler version of the Dodge "crossover."
    L2 is the Chinese Chrysler 300.
    LE41 is not "export" but "Europe."
    LH207 was the Chrysler LHS/New Yorker for 1994-1997.
    LX41 is the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger, LX48 is the wagon version of the 300, LX49 is the Magnum
    LY41 is the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger, LY48 is the wagon version of the 300, LY49 is the Magnum
    MK49 is the Jeep Compass
    MK74 is the Jeep Patriot
    PT27 is the Chrysler PT Cruiser convertible
    PT44 is the Chrysler PT Cruiser
    PW might have been the full sized vans.
    RG is the European Chrysler Voyager.
    RM is the Volkswagen version of the Chrysler minivan
    WH is the European Jeep Grand Cherokee
    WL was to be a Jeep "crossover" based on the Grand Cherokee...but it might have been cancelled.
    XH is the European Jeep Commander
    XL74 was to be the next-generation Jeep Commander but has been replaced by WK75
    ZH27 is the Chrysler Crossfire roadster, ZH29 is Chrysler Crossfire

    Those are the ones I've noticed. How about looking into the "VT" code?
     
  6. hemidakota

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    Thanks for th update Hudson.
     
  7. oh2o

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    Thanks Hudson, appreciate the input. I have a couple of questions:

    1. I listed "WH" and "XH" as "export", you say "European"... but, WH & XH represent not only Europe but most of the rest of the world outside of NA.

    2. "XL74" replaced by WK75?, I'm a little confused here - export models? Why would Commander go to "WK75"? Did you mean XL75?
     
  8. Stratuscaster

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    Interesting.

    Is that "Chinese-built Chrysler crossover" for the Chinese market?
     
  9. jwhite

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    some export markets as well I believe.
     
  10. oh2o

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    Some of these are incorrect, there is no 300/Charger "LX41" or "LY41" that I am aware of. Also the wagon versions of the 300 are "LE".
     
  11. Hudson

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    WH and XH are European...as in built in Europe.

    XL was the next Commander, but that has been cancelled. The next 7-passenger SUV will be a Grand Cherokee (enlarged, I assume) and will accompany the 5-passenger Grand Cherokee (WK74). The European-built versions will be WH74 (5-passenger) and WH75 (7-passenger).
    That's my assumption. Chrysler doesn't have much of a pressence in Asia and they're already planning versions built in Mexico, so I can't see them coming to North America.
    LE, from my Chrysler contacts, is for "Europe"...as in both sedan and wagon versions. LX41 is the sedan version of the current generation 300 and Charger. Wagon versions use the "49" designator (LX49 or LY49) from the same contact.
     
  12. CanadianJeepYJ

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    What? Can someone else verify this?
     
  13. jwhite

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    Pretty sure the 300 and Charger sedans are both LX 48, NOT LX 41


    300 is LX Cx 48
    Charger LX Dx 48


    I have the CG body codes in my computer.
     
  14. Stratuscaster

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    The codes go a little deeper, too...to 6 characters. I might have it figured out - at least a little bit anyway.

    1st - Body Code
    2nd - Model or "subcode"
    3rd - drivetrain (2WD or 4WD)
    4th - trim (base/mid/top/SRT)
    5th & 6th - body style

    EXAMPLE: Jeep Compass Sport = MKTH49
    MK = Compass
    T=2WD
    H=Sport
    49=wagon

    EXAMPLE: Jeep Compass Limited 4WD = MKJP49
    MK=Compass
    J=4WD
    P=Limited
    49=wagon

    Here's some more - for you puzzle folks:

    PTCH44 - Chrysler PT Cruiser
    PTCP44 - Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring
    PTCS44 - Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited
    PTCH27 - Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible

    JSCH41 - Chrysler Sebring Sedan
    JSCP41 - Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan

    LXCH48 = Chrysler 300 Sedan
    LXCP48 = Chrysler 300 Touring Sedan
    LXFP48 = Chrysler 300 Touring AWD Sedan
    LXCS48 = Chrysler 300C Hemi Sedan
    LXFS48 = Chrysler 300C Hemi AWD Sedan
    LXCX48 = Chrysler 300 SRT-8
    LXDH48 = Dodge Charger SE
    LXEH48 = Dodge Charger SE AWD
    LXDP48 = Dodge Charger R/T
    LXEP48 = Dodge Charger R/T AWD
    LXDP49 = Dodge Magnum R/T

    HG5P74 - Chrysler Aspen Limited 4WD
    HB5H74 - Dodge Durango SLT 4WD
    HB5M74 - Dodge Durango SXT 4WD

    KA5P74 - Dodge Nitro SLT 4WD
    KA5L74 - Dodge Nitro SXT 4WD

    KJJH74 - Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD

    DR6H41 - Dodge Ram 1500 SLT QuadCab 4WD SB

    DH7H42 - Dodge Ram 2500 SLT QuadCab 4WD LB
    DH7H41 - Dodge Ram 2500 SLT QuadCab 4WD SB
    DH7L41 - Dodge Ram 2500 ST QuadCab 4WD SB

    PMDL49 - Dodge Caliber
    PMDX49 - Dodge Caliber R/T

    ND5H33 - Dodge Dakota SLT Club Cab 4WD SB
     
  15. Stratuscaster

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    I thought we had started a thread on the body style codes - maybe I missed it elsewhere?
    • 23 = 2-door coupe (?)
    • 27 = 2-door convertible
    • 29 = 2-door coupe (?)
    • 33 = club-cab pickup (?)
    • 41 = 4-door FWD sedan /
    • 41 = 4-door short-bed pickup (?)
    • 42 = 4-door long-bed pickup (?)
    • 44 = 4-door FWD wagon (?)
    • 48 = 4-door RWD sedan
    • 49 = 4-door crossover
    • 72 = 2-door SUV
    • 74 = 4-door SUV (5-passenger)
    • 75 = 4-door SUV (7-passenger)
     
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    I think you are right on 29 - the Stratus/Sebring coupes were ST29, IIRC - and they had full B-pillars...

    Hmm. If the Dakota is 33, there's no pillar in a Club Cab, is there?

    UPDATED...
    • 23 = 2-door hardtop
    • 27 = 2-door convertible
    • 29 = 2-door coupe
    • 33 = club-cab pickup (?)
    • 41 = 4-door FWD sedan /
    • 41 = 4-door short-bed pickup (?)
    • 42 = 4-door long-bed pickup (?)
    • 44 = 4-door FWD wagon (?)
    • 48 = 4-door RWD sedan
    • 49 = 4-door crossover
    • 72 = 2-door SUV
    • 74 = 4-door SUV (5-passenger)
    • 75 = 4-door SUV (7-passenger)
     
  17. oh2o

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    As I had mentioned there is no "LX41" code, the current 300/Chargers are LX48.
     
  18. Notes or additions:

    33 - Dakota and MMC club cabs
    41 - Ram 1500/2500/3500 quad cab (including SRT)
    41 - Ram 3500 regular cab
    42 - Ram 2500/3500 quad cab
    44 - PT Cruiser
    52 - Caravan SXT
    53 - Grand Caravan SE / T&C Limited and T&C LX
    61 - Ram 1500 regular cab (including SRT)
    62 - Ram 2500/3500 regular cab
    64 - Ram 4000 cab chassis
    84 - Dakota and MMC Quad cabs
     
  19. oh2o

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    I started an Excel spreadsheet for the 6-digit codes sometime back and it started to get pretty confusing. I have about 120 listings but never pursued it because the codes seemed "endless". If it's worthwhile I can post what I have sometime. maybe someone will want to continue the "project".

    Here are a few that I found for the Avenger:

    Avenger SE = JSDH41
    Avenger SXT = JSDP41
    Avenger R/T = JSDX41
     
  20. Hudson

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    As I have mentioned, my Chrysler source says otherwise.
     

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