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Did you look at the lower corner of the windshield. Driver side. You can see it from the outside.

Sorry to inform you but this is not your VIN


Stand outside the car, that's the best way to spot it. Walk to the driver's side and look at where the dashboard and the wind sheild join.

If not here, open the door and look at the door post.

The format is bascially like the following:

Yep. As everyone else has mentioned, this is not your VIN. It should either be on the door, near the windshield and in some cases, on the Engine.

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