How To Check My Car Engine Size?

  1. How to Determine the Engine’s Capacity 1. Raise the hood of your car and prop it up with your hands. Before you begin, be certain that it is completely switched off and cold.
  2. Step 2: Consult your vehicle’s owner’s handbook.
  3. Step 3: Open your web browser and navigate to nadaguides.com (see Resources). Select ‘New and Used Car Center’ from the drop-down menu under ‘Car Research Center.’
  4. Step 4: Locate the vehicle identification number (VIN) on your car. It is a seventeen-digit number

You can find out the engine size by looking at the VIN number. In the bottom right-hand corner of your windshield on the driver’s side, you’ll find it. It is possible to determine the engine size of your car by looking up your VIN number, which is your vehicle identifying number.

How do I find out what size engine I have?

If you know your vehicle’s VIN number, you may use it to figure out what size engine it has. Typically, it may be located in the driver’s door jamb or fastened to a plate in the windshield (also on the driver’s side) and is a 17-character code consisting of both letters and digits.

How do I check the engine bay of my car?

  1. To inspect the engine compartment of a car, first turn off the engine and allow it to cool before opening the hood.
  2. See if there are any raised markings on the engine bay that will tell you what size engine it is.
  3. Some automobiles are also equipped with an Environmental Protection Agency sticker located beneath the hood, which gives information on the vehicle’s engine capacity and average gas usage.