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The simplest and most accurate way to find your car paint code is to check your vehicle’s paint points; Although it differs depending on manufacturer, here are the most common locations it could be;
If you’re struggling to find your code, don’t fret! Here are a few more ways in which you can find your paint code!
Your car paint code colour will be in your owners manual.
Your car paint code should be within your service history.
If you can’t find your car paint code still, don’t worry! You can enter your details into our database and it should give you a list of all the possible colours your car could be. From this, you can then narrow it down to the shade (i.e, black, red, blue etc). From there you can see which shade matches your car colour the most!
If you know your VIN number, you could call your manufacturer on the numbers below and ask for the service department. Quote your VIN number and that they should be able to give you your paint code!