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In this guide, you will learn where to find Audi VIN number.
Locating the Audi Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is very easy. Audi VIN numbers are printed on your registration in addition to several places on the car. It can also be retrieved via the Multi-Media Interface (MMI) as shown in the video.
The following instructions will help you find Audi VIN number on various models including the A1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, Q3, Q5, Q7, TT, etc.
The easiest place where you can find the Audi VIN number is on the lower level corner of the windshield. Even though the VIN is printed on a metal plate on the dashboard, it can be seen through the glass from the outside.
Driver's Door Jamb
Open the driver's door and look for the sticker that has your AUDI VIN. This sticker will also have the production date of your Audi. The production date is usually a two-digit month and two-digit year.
For example '05/17'
Front Strut Tower
An Audi VIN number can also be found on the front strut tower. Typically on the passenger side. In the picture above, you can see the VIN engraved on the metal.
Check Audi VIN via MMI
You can find your Audi VIN on the Multi-Media Interface as well.
Follow these directions to pull up the VIN number.
- Turn on ignition.
- Press CAR on the MMI buttons.
- Scroll to the bottom until you see VIN Check
- Select OK to display the Audi VIN number.
Note that Audi VIN number may be engraved in other locations including the trunk area or under the seats. You can also find the Audi VIN number on your registration or vehicle title.
Audi VIN number can be found in the following places:
- Driver's Door Frame
- Front strut tower
- Trunk area
- Under seats
- Registration or Title
- Multi-Media Interface