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    DVLA engine change question, (one for Kev)

    Got the Capri engine cc etc changed correctly in the V5C

    Now supposing I want to put a replacement engine of the identical type and cc in as what's in there now, do I have to go through all the palaver again with headed paper from a garage or just give them a new engine number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petespops View Post
    Got the Capri engine cc etc changed correctly in the V5C

    Now supposing I want to put a replacement engine of the identical type and cc in as what's in there now, do I have to go through all the palaver again with headed paper from a garage or just give them a new engine number?

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    Hi petespop,

    Unfortunately yes, even a like for like swap is supposed to be backed up with paperwork. You could try giving just the engine number change but i am fairly sure they won't do it. Your call which way you want to go.

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    All the palaver again according to their website

    "Change to engine and cylinder capacity (engine size)

    DVLA will need written evidence of any changes to engine number and cylinder capacity (cc). Written evidence can be:

    * a receipt for the replacement engine
    * written evidence from the manufacturer
    * an inspection report provided for insurance purposes
    * written confirmation on headed paper from a garage if the change in engine size took place before you bought the vehicle"

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    Changing your vehicle details on your registration certificate : Directgov - Motoring

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