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VW VIN Number Location
Volkswagen Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is stamped in several locations all over the vehicle. The easiest way to find VW VIN is to look at the windshield's left lower corner; see the picture below. Other locations where you will find VW VINs include driver's door frame, engine bay, near strut tower or fender, firewall, trunk floor, and license plate.
You can also retrieve a VW VIN from the engine control module and instrument cluster using a Volkswagen scanner.
|Left lower corner of the windshield|
|Driver's door frame|
Engine bay frame, passenger side
|Behind rear license plate|
|Passenger footwell front|
|Vehicle registration, title, or insurance card|
This guide will help you locate the VIN on several Volkswagen vehicles such as Jetta, Bora, Polo, Bora, t2 Passat, CC, Routan, Tiguan, Golf, Beetle; you will find the VIN in several locations.
Where can I find where VW was made?
Open the driver's door and locate the VIN sticker. At the top of the VIN, it will say Vehicle Manufactured in Mexico, Germany, Canada, etc. If you don't have access to the vehicle or the VIN sticker is missing, you can find out where your Volkswagen was manufactured using our VIN decoder.