Paint Locations

Paint Code LocationsSometimes it's difficult to locate the paint code for your vehicle. If you have any questions, please call 888.288.6391 or use ourĀ information request form to contact us.

Acura On a label inside the driver's door jamb. The code should begin with a letter.
BMW Inner strut tower on the driver or passenger side of car. The code should contain three numbers.
Cadillac Under the trunk mat on a label. Should be a two-digit code ending in U or a WA number that is four digits long.
Chevrolet Under the trunk mat on a label. Should be a two-digit code ending in U or a WA number that is four digits long.
Chrysler On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. The code is three characters.
Dodge On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. The code is three characters.
Eagle On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. The code is three characters.
Ford On a label inside the driver's doorjamb. The code should be two digits, normally two letters or a letter and a number.
Geo On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be two digits ending in U or a WA number that is four digits long.
Honda On a label inside the driver's door jamb. The code will begin with a letter.
Hyundai On a label inside the driver's door jamb. The code will be two digits.
Infiniti On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be three digits, normally two letters and a number.
Isuzu On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be at least two digits long.
Lexus On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be three digits always beginning with a number.
Mazda On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be three digits long.
Mercedes On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. The code should be three numbers.
Mitsubishi On a metal tag inside the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be three digits, always starting with a letter.
Nissan On a metal tag inside the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be three digits, normally two letters and a number.
Plymouth On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. The code is three characters.
Pontiac Under the trunk mat on a label. Should be a two-digit code ending in U or a WA number that is four digits long.
Saturn Under the trunk mat on a label. Should be a two-digit code ending in U or a WA number that is four digits long.
Subaru On a metal tag in the engine bay on the radiator support. Should be a three-digit code, with the first two digits being numbers (the third may be a number or a letter).
Toyota On a metal tag in the engine bay on the firewall. The code should be either three numbers or a number a letter and a number.
Volkswagen On a label under the trunk or on the driver's rear wheel well. Code should start with an L" and be four digits long.
Volvo On a label under the hood near the driver or passenger strut towers. The code should be three numbers long.