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Identify your Vehicle

To use the database APPLICATION Lookup search it is important that you have critical information regarding your vehicle available to ensure you match the correct ignition leads to your specific vehicle application.

Some of the vehicle information you will need includes:

  • Make
  • Model Code
  • Series Code
  • Month - Year
  • Engine – Type / Size / Number Cylinders / Petrol or Diesel / Turbo-Non Turbo

ALWAYS COMPARE THE DIAGRAM DETAILS WE PROVIDE ON THIS WEBSITE before purchase to ensure the Connector Plug and Cable Length comply with the leads you are replacing.

Make / Model Code (Vehicle Engine & Model Identification)

You will need your vehicle make details and model code number to correctly identify your vehicle. Some makes have different Ignition Leads depending on the model number.

The best place to find this information is on your vehicle compliance or ID plate (as below).

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See image below to see where these Identification Plates can be located on your vehicle.

VIN Number (Vehicle Identification Number)


In some cases you may also need your vehicle VIN number (Vehicle Identification Number or sometimes referred as Chassis or Frame Number on older vehicles). Some models have different Ignition Leads depending on the VIN number.

VIN Numbers are made up of 17 characters stamped on the vehicle chassis or ID plate. To avoid confusion these characters never have the letter ‘O’ or ‘I’ they are always numbers zero or one.

This VIN number is unique to your specific vehicle and can be used to identify the correct high tension leads required, the same may apply for the need to find the vehicle Engine Number. Usually you can find the VIN stamped on a metal identification plate attached to the vehicle.

The diagram below highlights some places these ID plates, or Compliance Plates, may be attached to the vehicle.


VIN Locations

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Engine Number

The Engine number is a unique Number identifying your vehicle engine and can be found stamped on your engine block on a machined flat area. If your engine is dirty or oily this number may be obscured, so wipe down area to reveal engine number.

Stick-on labels attached to the engine, laser etching, or stampings in the engine block may indicate the engine unit number/build code date. The engine ID number will often be located on the lower left of the engine block (stamped on the rear end raised area of the Cylinder Block left side), however it can be located in one of several positions.

The diagram below highlights some places the ENGINE NUMBER may be on the vehicle.

Engine Number Locations

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Short cuts that may assist you find your VIN and Engine number.

This information could be found:

  • In the vehicle owner handbook or service manual
  • On the vehicle compliance or identification plates
  • On the vehicle registration (warning these nubers may have been entered incorrectly) its alway best to get these numbers from vehicle itself.
  • By contacting the vehicle manufacturer to ask where these details are found on your vehicle

On some Victorian registered vehicles VIN and Engine Code numbers can be found on the registration label on windscreen, or it my be detailed in the owners manual or handbook.

The VIN and Engine Number are TWO DIFFERENT numbers and do not relate to each other.



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