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Yes there is, and the VIN number is the equivelant to human DNA for a vehicle, and the 8Th digit of the VIN is the engine identification code, and yours is a "C" so the engine in that vehicle is a 2.0 liter, and the engine size should also be printed on the vehicles emission label under the hood.
THE ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER IS STAMPED ON THE SIDEWALL OF THE CYLINDER BLOCK AT THE TRANSAXLE SIDE. THE BODY NUMBERS IS ON THE VECHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER PLATES LOCATED AT THE TOP LEFT OF THE INSTRUMENT PANEL.AND AT THE FIREWALL IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT.YOUR VECHICLE REGISTRATION IDENTIFICATION CARD IN GLOVECOMPARTMENT HAS VECHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER.THE 17TH DIGIT CODE IDENTIFIES MODEL - YEAR - BODY TYPE. NUMBER 8 COUNTING FROM THE LEFT IDENTIFIES THE ENGINE USED IN VECHICLE.