|Package:||GTR001 Control Arm Caster Rod Bush x 2 (Quantity Two).|
|Extra Details:||Brand New in Box with Premium Quality.
2 x Lower Control Arm Caster Rod Bush for HOLDEN Commodore VT VX VY VZ.
|HOLDEN||Commodore||VN VP VR VS VT VX VY VZ and HSV|
The fitment details often includes a column named 'Engine Code' as it is usually the best method to make sure a product is best fit for a vehicle. Engine Code is the first few numbers/letters (usually 4) of the Engine Number. There are few options allows you to locate it.
Option 1 – Look on the car’s windshield
Look at the dashboard underneath the windshield in front of the driver's seat. If your car is newer than 1981, the engine number will be 17-digits long. If it is older than 1981, it will be 11- to 17-digits long. If you cannot find the number here, it may be located on the inside of the driver side door. If it is not in either of these places, continue to option two and three.
Option 2 – Lookup your registration
The car dealer registers the car at the concerned Vehicle Registration Authority. The engine number is displayed on the Vehicle Registration Website of the state in which your car is registered. For example, in Victoria, this can be checked on the Service Victoria website.
For other states, you may want to contact your Vehicle Registration Authority to find out.
Option 3 – Search in your insurance policy
Your vehicle insurance policy document contains the engine number along with the chassis number. You can refer to the policy document to get your car’s engine number.
Option 4 – Contact your dealership
Get on a call or visit your car dealership to find out the engine number. They will be able to track your vehicle’s engine details.
Option 5 – Check owner’s manual
The car manufacturer stamps the engine number on the engine block. However, the location differs based on the models. You can refer to the Owner’s Manual to check where the engine number is placed in your car’s engine.
Option 6 – Look directly on the engine
Turn off your vehicle and open the hood, latching it into place with the provided support mechanism. If your car was recently running, do not touch anything inside as the parts can be very hot.
Lean under the open hood and look at the wide metal part, most likely located right in the middle. This is the engine. On top of the engine, your engine number should be engraved into the metal.
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