The "3" in your 316 actually means you have a van rated at a nominal 3 metric Tonnes. ie your GVW or MPTLM is somewhere between 3,000 kg and 3,999 kg.My "sales designation" is 316 ... which means the "3" body style with the rounds-up-to-160 HP engine.
I tried using datamb.com and it says they can't find my VIN and thus no data card. Any ideas?
Thanks so much Roger. I finally got into datamb.com and got the info I was after. My FIN#'s first six digits are 903661 which I suppose gives me a 903.661. I am getting ready to hit the road for what a hope will be a couple of weeks camping trip here in NM ( dispersed covid safe boondocking) and I will start a conversation with you on the option codes when I get back. Thanks for the invite. I have been spending the winter on the forum to brush up on troubleshooting my Sprinter and learning more on the mechanics. I am not normally a mechanic kind of guy but I spent a lifetime working with my hands.If your Sprinter is a 2006 USA Spec. (Dodge or Freightliner) it would be a
T1N which is a 904.xxx series with the 5 cylinder inline engine.
2001-2003 has the OM-612 and 2004-2006 has the OM-647.
2007-2018 USA spec. Sprinters are NCV3's which is the 906.xxx series.