Don't think the VIN will do you any good for the color. Some locations for paint code. The radiator support on the top of it. Drivers side door post in the front door opening. Some have a tag on the support board in the trunk over the spare tire.
Most all info about a vehicle is contained in the Vehicle Identification Number. (VIN)... located on a thin strip at the base of the windshield on the drivers side. Ask a Honda Prelude dealer to decode the VIN for you. Good Luck>>>>>adr>>>>>
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Yes! You can search for information that will give engine codes. I have been able to find them by searching vin codes. The vin will tell the trim package that the vehicle came with as well. Depending on the age of the vehicle, this information may be very hard to find though.Answer:The VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) holds all manufacturing information about the vehicle. This number is stamped into all engine blocks as well as the head, and can usually be found on a tag on the engine, the firewall, and a variety of other locations on every vehicle (depending on the manufacturer). There are a number of VIN decoders available on the internet (one is linked below). You can also take the VIN to a dealership (once you have determined the make) and have the parts department decode it for you down to the paint color of the original body.
It really depends on the make of your vehicle. Most car information is contained in he VIN number. It contain the Paint color name and number.
Typically, this information is on the information label which is affixed to the driver's door jamb. Look for the word "color" somewhere on the label and make a note of the code. Or call the dealer and give them the Vehicle Identification Number. They should be able to look up your color code.
That depends on the country where the vehicle is registered and then perhaps the state of that country.
Decode the code to find out.
Is is a deep red color, sometimes called a cherry red.
Specimen color is the least reliable method of mineral identification. Better characteristics are streak, density, and crystal structure.
Are you talking about the big number visible when looking down on the dashboard on the driver's side from outside the car? That is what is called the Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN Encoded in that alphanumeric string is the location the car was assembled, where the engine was manufactured, the date of manufacture, the body style and color scheme, and a few other pieces of information.
find color by reading vin number or id plate on vehicle not by reg
Color is the least reliable of a mineral's characteristics used in its identification.
It is a piece of molding normally running down the side of the vehicle that is painted the same color as the vehicle.
Because the streak is the color of a mineral when it is powdered form
A streak test is used to determine a minerals streak color. This can help in the identification of minerals.
What color is my right eye? Then the entry code is blue,
Cats are tattooed in their ears for identification. A vet will tattoo a cat with a string of letters and numbers, in a specific color, which identifies the clinic, and a number which identifies the cat.
You will find a little metal plate with a number on your dashboard, (usually close to the lower edge of the windshield - "front window"), this number is called "VIN", which stands for "Vehicle Identification Number", this number is a code which has all the information on your car, model, color, engine type, transmission, and lots of other info. If you have (for exmaple a chevrolet), just google vin decode chevrolet, BMW, Opel, or whatever your brand is, then insert this number in the decoder and it will give you everyhting your car has (or should have), even if it has power sunroof, etc. If you do not know the brand of the car, open the engine compartment and check the inside of the fenders, there should be a sticker stating the brand, another place to look for it is on the driver door (there should be a sticket under the door latch. Good luck.
Yes, the VIN number will identify the model, color, engine, trim, and other features of your vehicle.
There are many shades of black with different paint codes. In order to figure out the paint code on the Camry the best thing would be to call a Toyota dealership and talk to someone in the parts department. The parts associate will be able to use your vehicle identification number to tell you the code.
Hardness and streak color are very important. The color of the mineral helps some, as well.
The color of the vehicle has absolutely nothing to do with the price of the insurance. I have heard this for yeard that read red vehicles cost more for auto insruance and this is absolutely falso. The insurance company does not even know what color the car is when we insure it. There is noting in the serial number that even tells the policy what color the vehicle is.