How to find your Honda make, model and serial number

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How to find your Honda make, model and serial number:
Model and Serial Number Locations for your Honda engine have  a label on the engine like the picture to your left for reference.

FINDING THE ENGINE MODEL to find the model number:
look for a model number sticker on the engine.
All Honda engines model numbers start with the letter "G," such as "G100", "GX610", or "GXV160." This is the base Honda engine model.  The engine model and serial number should be adequate for most of your needs. 

FINDING THE ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER:
The engine serial number is stamped into the side of the engine.  All Honda engine serial numbers have a 4 or 5 letter prefix followed by a 7 digit number.

FINDING THE ENGINE TYPE CODE:
The engine type code is stamped into the side of the engine, usually close to the serial number.  Engine type codes may be up to 4 characters.  If a code is less than 4 characters, you may see asterisks as placeholders (ex: an engine stamped with QX** is a QX type engine.)

History:
Honda is the world's largest manufacturer of engines. In 2009 alone, Honda produced and marketed more than 23 million units globally for a diverse array of automotive, motorcycle, marine, and power equipment products.

Honda Engines offers a complete line of small, general purpose engines for commercial, rental industry, and consumer applications. Honda engines supply smooth and dependable power for more than 3,000 different product applications, including pressure washers, lawn mowers, and rescue and construction equipment.

Additionally, Honda engines are some of the quietest and easiest to start of their kind, even in harsh commercial and construction environments. These attributes have made Honda engines the popular choice for original equipment manufacturers looking to add value to their own brands.

For more info Source: Honda Engines site


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