Factory Paint Code Guide

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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.