Where do you find the paint code on a VIN number?

Where do you find the paint code on a VIN number?

From the outside of your vehicle, look on the bottom right of the driver’s side. This is where you’ll find your VIN number, and in some cases, your color code.

How do I find my cars paint code?

Most often though, the paint code will be found on a plate/sticker inside the driver’s door or inside the glovebox.

Can I find my car paint code by registration?

Unfortunately, there is currently no online tool that identifies the car’s paint code from the registration (REG) number. That being said, if you contact your local dealership, they should be able to provide the colour code from your registration and car details.

How do I match the paint color on my car?

Mix the paint until you get the exact color you need: start with the variations in lightness and darkness and adjust the hue until it matches. Always blend the color to achieve a color match. Even if the color looks close enough, blend it!

How to find paint code by Vin?

Boot lid

  • Door jamb
  • Door hinge
  • Firewall
  • Under the bonnet
  • Glove box
  • Spare wheel well
  • Where do you find paint code in the VIN?

    Inside the driver side door jamb.

  • Inside the glove compartment.
  • Under the trunk or near the spare tire.
  • Under the hood in the engine compartment.
  • How many numbers are in a VIN number?

    VIN is an abbreviation for Vehicle Identification Number. It is a 17 digit alphanumeric serial number that is assigned to a vehicle in order to identify it. The standard VIN in use today, was originally issued back in 1979 and 1980 by the International Organization for Standardization.

    What is correct number to use for Vin?

    Vehicle’s Owners’ Manual

  • Inside the driver-side doorjamb—Open the door,and look underneath where the side-view mirror would be located if the door was shut.
  • Rear wheel well—Try looking up,directly above the tire.
  • Driver-side doorpost—Open the door,and look near the spot where the door latches,not too far from the seatbelt return.
    • October 29, 2022