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Hi guys/gals.

If you want to know what each code letters mean in the boot sicker/service schedule sticker just type in all the codes separated by semicolon into VW/Audi/Seat/Škoda Option Codes Decoder and press the Decode button.

It shows mine as:

B0N = Component parts set, complying with vehicle type for Great Britain, various parts
CR8 = Alloy wheels 7J x 17
G0K = 6-speed manual transmission
H6L = Tires 225/45 R17 91W
J0N = Battery 330 A (61 Ah)
D93 = 4-cyl. turbo dies. eng. 2.0 l/125 kW 4V TDI common rail Base engine is TG3/TH3/TL4/TM4/TP4/TU3
1AT = Electronic stabilization program (ESP)
1G9 = Space-saving spare wheel for temporary use, radial tire (5-hole)
2FJ = Leather trimmed multi-function sports steering wheel
1NL = Covers for alloy wheels
5RV = Right exterior mirror: aspherical
5SJ = Left exterior mirror: convex
TG3 = 4-cylinder diesel engine 2.0 L unit 03L.A
0BE = Rear stabilizer
3U1 = Foldable trunk cover
QG1 = Service interval prolongation
8AE = Radio "RCD310 MP3"
8GU = Alternator 140 A
8ZH = Antenna for AM/FM reception, "diversity"
1KD = Disc brakes, rear
1ZA = Disc brakes, front
G07 = Front shock absorption
7MG = Emission standard EU5
0Y1 = Standard climatic zones
4UP = Drivers and front passenger air bag with knee air bag and front passenger air bag deactivation
4X3 = Side air bag front with curtain air bag
4R4 = Power windows with comfort operation and circuit breaker
4K3 = Radio remote controlled central locking operated from inside and safe securing
N2T = Fabric seat covering
5MD = Decorative aluminum inserts
8RM = 8 speakers (passive)
2JQ = Sports bumpers
E0A = No special edition
0AE = Front stabilizer
0BE = Rear stabilizer
2UC = Sports version
2G5 = Filler neck module 1 without insert
1JC = Rear shock absorption for sports design
L58 = Suspension range 58 installation control only, no requirement forecast
0YB = Weight range 2 installation control only, no requirement forecast

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Discussion Starter #4
It shouldn't be for Europe only. The should be stuck on the first page of the service schedule/service book. The other half of this sticker is stuck to the boot floor, it could be in the spare wheel well.

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