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Asked by Sep 08, 2016 at 06:51 PM about the 2003 Buick Park Avenue Ultra

Question type: General

Hello guys!  How do I  find the vin number for my
car if it has faded off the windshield? I have a 2003
Park Avenue Ultra Buick, can anybody help me with
this?

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30

It should be on your title and your registration

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It should be on your title and registration

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It is probably just dirty cause they won't fade. There may also be a sticker on the driver's door post with the VIN number on it.

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1,110

There should be bar-code stickers with the vin number attached to the fenders, doors, turnk, etc. Also there is a sticker...called the Service Parts Label It has the DNA of your car, all the options, paint codes etc... GM placed these in different places, look on the spare tire cover, glove box, inside trunk lid....it also has the vin number

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