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The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is stamped on a plate located on the top left hand side of the instrument panel, so it can be seen by looking through the windshield. The VIN is a seventeen digit sequence of numbers and letters important for ordering parts and for servicing.
The tenth digit of the (VIN) represents the model and is designated as a letter. Starting with 1990 (L), 1991 (M), 1992 (N) and 1993 (P).Body Identification Label
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The body number plate was last used on some of the 1990 vehicles. The ID plate is located on the upper surface of the firewall. The plate supplies various information for original parts ordering and body, engine and transmission identification. As of 1991 all vehicles use the Service Parts identification Label.Service Parts Identification Label
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The service parts identification label has been developed and placed on the vehicle to aid in identifying parts and options originally installed on the vehicle. This is extremely helpful when purchasing a used vehicle, or restoring a used vehicle to its original state. The label is located on the underside of the luggage compartment lid on sedans, and on the inner right rear quarter panel of wagons.
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