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On the tire there will be a series of letters and numbers that is the tire size, for example P235-15-75. The middle number is the size of your rim. You should be able to get your new rims from this or even if you go in with the whole tire size number they should be able to fix you up. Hope this helps.
Your battery terminals are not tight enough. If the leads on top of your battery are just a little loose, then you loose your dash lights and gauges. They come right back when you tighten your battery terminals.
There is a manufacturer's 'body code plate' located on the radiator closure panel crossmember in the engine compartment. There are 3 lines of code #'s and letters, the MIDDLE line is paint info. !st 3 digits are 'paint procedure', then 4 digits for 'primary paint' then 4 digits for 'secondary paint', then 'trim' and finally 'engine', all on the middle line. Hope this helps (I've got a '98)