How to Find Your Factory Paint Code

This tutorial will show you how you can find your factory paint code. Find your vehicle's manufacturer from the list below.

Acura - On a label inside the driver side door jam

BMW - On the inner strut tower under the hood, on either the driver's or passenger's side

Buick - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Cadillac - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Chevrolet - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Chrysler - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood, or on the driver's door jam. The paint code is usually 3 digits starting "P"

Dodge - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood, or on the driver's door jam. The paint code is usually 3 digits starting "P"

Ford - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Honda - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Hyundai - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Infiniti - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Isuzu - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Kia - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Lexus - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Mazda - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Mercedes-Benz - On a label inside the driver side door jam, or on a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Mercury - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Mitsubishi - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Nissan - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Oldsmobile - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Pontiac - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Saturn - On a label under the trunk mat / deck lid, or in a glove box. The paint code is usually a 2 digit code starting with "BC/CC U" or "WA"

Subaru - On a label inside the driver side door jam, or on a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Suzuki - On a metal tag on the radiator support under the hood

Toyota - On a label inside the driver side door jam

Volkswagen - On a label under the trunk deck lid or on driver's rear wheel well

Volvo - On the strut tower under the hood, on either the driver's or passenger's side

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