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I picked up a 97 bird today with only 108xxx alot of new parts on it too. Anyways How would I tell if its a sport?
 

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Open the driver's door and look at the sticker on the inside door jamb. Check the spring code; if it is "JJJJ" then it is a sport.
 

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My car has that sticker you were looking for still need a good pic?
 

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You mean the Lorain sticker? I already had it made as a window cling and I'm offering the reproductions I had made for sale; that's what the link in my sig is to.
 

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Note where it says "JJJJ" in the lower right.
 

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Thanks, but unfortunitely mine is 33GG
 

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There are sports with JJGG code too.
larger front discs are also a good way to tell. (also has "12" stamped on the caliper)
No - this is not correct - your car has the JJEE spring code

This is what you posted in another thread on the subject:

"My spr code is JJEE, it's a 97 with 16" wheels, LED brake light on factory spoiler etc."


As far as I know the only two Sport spring codes are JJJJ and JJEE


see this thread for all the info. on Sports.........

http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.php?t=37099&highlight=calling+all+sports




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oops - thanks.
yep; mixed up the letters AGAIN. didn't mean to mislead OP

Thanks, RT. (edited my post accordingly)
 
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