How to Find Codes


For some products, you may be required to enter your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) 

**In addition, some map updates are protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM), a system that prohibits unauthorized duplication of map data. DRM updates require an activation code to complete the update process. You will need to provide your VIN in order to receive an activation code.**

Your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is comprised of seventeen characters. For most vehicles, the VIN is located on the dashboard in front of the steering wheel, just underneath the windshield. Other possible locations may include the engine block or the driver-side door. In addition, the VIN should be listed on your vehicle title, vehicle registration, and/or your insurance card.