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Locating Your Paint Code

Every Dr. ColorChip repair kit includes factory OEM matched paint. We must have this information to properly fill your order.

Dr ColorChip Australia

Below is a chart to help you find your vehicle's color code location. They may be in more than one location, so if you don't find it in one place, check the other options.

KEY
1. Front support - Driver side
2. Radiator support - Center
3. Front support - Passenger side
4. Wheel housing - Driver side
5. Wheel housing - Passenger side
6. Firewall - engine compartment
7. Door pillar - Passenger side
8. Door jamb - Passenger side
9. Door jamb - Driver side
10. Deck lid - Driver side
11. Deck lid - Passenger side
12. Inner rear compartment
13. Strut tower - Passenger side
14. Bonnet underside
15. Driver door panel pocket
16. Glove box
17. Spare tyre cover
18. Attached to battery tray
19. Body plate
20. Cowl panel
POINTS
Alfa Romeo
Audi
BMW
Citroen
Fiat
Ford
Honda
POINTS
Jaguar
Land Rover
Lexus
Mazda
Mercedes
Mini
Mitsubishi
POINTS
Nissan
Peugeot
Porsche
Renault
Rover / MG
SAAB
SEAT
POINTS
Skoda
Subaru
Suzuki
Toyota
Vauxhall
VW
Volvo
USE OUR LOCATION GUIDE

You can also find the color code on your car with our guide, but please note that the positioning of the color code identification is frequently placed in various positions that is not always easy to find.

ALFA ROMEO

Alfa Romeo has a few paint code locations. Check on the edge of the boot lid, or in some cases under the bonnet (actually on the under side of the bonnet). An Alfa Romeo color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination and can be found on a chrome sticker. In most cases this will also include the color name.

AUDI

Audi has a few paint code locations within the boot area. Check under the boot lid, inside the rear compartment, under the mat, or on the spare tire wheel well. An Audi color Code is typically 2,3 or 4 numbers long, but can also be a letter/number combination. If you can't find the sticker on the car some dealers will put it inside the service log book.

BMW

BMW has a few paint code locations, most commonly in the drivers door. Other models such as 5 Series are behind the drivers headlight (where you will replace the bulb), or older models may be found on top of the suspension mounting on the passenger side. An BMW color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

CITROEN

Citroen has one main area for a paint code, check the drivers door sill near the hinges, or the drivers door jamb. A Citroen color Code is typically 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

FIAT

Fiat has a few paint code locations. Check on the edge of the boot lid, or in some cases under the bonnet (actually on the under side of the bonnet). A Fiat color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination and can be found on a chrome sticker. In most cases this will also include the color name.

FORD

Ford has a few paint code locations, most commonly in the drivers door. Another common location is under the bonnet where the bonnet catch is. A Ford color Code is typically 2 digits long, and can be a letter/number combination.

HONDA

Honda has a few paint code locations, most commonly under the bonnet on top of the suspension mounting on the passenger side. Another common location is in the passenger door sill corner. A Honda color Code is typically a letter, four numbers then a letter, for example B700M.

JAGUAR

Jaguar has one main area for a paint code, check the passenger door sill or the passenger door jamb. If this cant be found then check under the bonnet. A Jaguar color Code is typically 3 digits long and is after the work PAINT, this can also be a letter/number combination.

LAND ROVER

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LEXUS

Lexus has one main area for a paint code, check the passenger door sill or the passenger door jamb. A Lexus color Code is typically 3, 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

MAZDA

Mazda do not have a color code on the vehicle. You may find the code in the first page of the cars service book marked "color code".

MERCEDES

Mercedes paint codes can be found in the drivers door on a black sticker. A Mercedes color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

MINI (NEW SHAPE)

Mini paint codes are most commonly found when you lift the bonnet, over the drivers front wheel arch. A Mini color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

MITSUBISHI

Mitsubishi paint codes can be found under the bonnet on the bulk head (at the back) of the engine bay. A Mitsubishi color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

NISSAN

Nissan paint codes can be found under the bonnet on the bulk head (at the back) of the engine bay, other locations are the drivers door at the bottom of the door. Some Xtrail models and Tino models can be found in the footwell under the carpet cut out (near the handle that slides the seat back). A Nissan color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

PEUGEOT

Peugeot has one main area for a paint code, check the drivers door sill near the hinges, or the drivers door jamb. A Peugeot color Code is Typically 4 digits long, this can be a letter / number combination.

PORSCHE

Porsche color codes can be found under the front bonnet lid on a white paper sticker. The code is marked "Paint/Laquer no." A Porsche color code is Typically 2,3 or 4 numbers long, but so can be a letter / number combination. If you can not find the sticker on the car some dealers will put it inside the service log book.

RENAULT

Renault has one main area for a paint code, check the drivers door sill or the drivers door jamb. A Renault color Code is typically 3, 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

ROVER / MG

Rover has one main area for a paint code, check the passenger door sill. On some models you will find the code in the engine bay on the bulk head (at the back). A Rover color Code is typically 3, 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

SAAB

SAAB paint codes can be found in the glove box cover, or in the passenger door sill. A Saab color Code is typically 3, 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

SEAT

SEAT has a few paint code locations within the boot area. Check under the boot lid, inside the rear compartment, under the mat, or on the spare tire wheel well. An SEAT color Code is typically 2,3 or 4 numbers long, but can also be a letter/number combination. If you can't find the sticker on the car some dealers will put it inside the service log book.

SKODA

Skoda has a few paint code locations within the boot area. Check under the boot lid, inside the rear compartment, under the mat, or on the spare tire wheel well. An Skoda color Code is typically 2,3 or 4 numbers long, but can also be a letter/number combination. If you can't find the sticker on the car some dealers will put it inside the service log book.

SUBARU

Subaru paint codes can be found under the bonnet on the bulk head (at the back) of the engine bay. A Subaru color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

SUZUKI

Suzuki paint codes can be found under the bonnet on the bulk head (at the back) of the engine bay. A Suzuki color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

TOYOTA

Toyota paint codes can be found under the bonnet on the suspension mounting, on the bulk head (at the back) of the engine bay, or in the passenger door sill. A Toyota color Code is typically 3 or 4 digits long, but can also be a letter/number combination.

VAUXHALL

Vauxhall has one main area for a paint code, check the drivers door sill or the drivers door jamb. Some newer models such as insignias are in the passenger door sill. Some old models will be under the bonnet. A Vauxhall color Code is typically 3, 4 digits long, this can also be a letter/number combination.

VW

VW Paintcodes are usually on a paper sticker which is mainly located inside the rear panel or under the boot carpet. VW Paint codes are usually made of 3 letters and a number. A dealer may also log your paint code in the log book.

VOLVO

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CONTACT YOUR CAR MANUFACTURER

It is possible to obtain your color code by contacting your car manufacturer on one of the numbers we have provided below. Or call your local dealer and speak to the parts department who can then look up your color code on the manufacturer's database. You will need both the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) which is on your registration document (and can also be found on the lower windscreen on modern cars) and your registration number.

KEY PHONE NUMBER
Alfa Romeo CONTACT DEALER
Audi CONTACT DEALER
BMW CONTACT DEALER
Citroen CONTACT DEALER
Fiat CONTACT DEALER
Ford CONTACT DEALER
Honda CONTACT DEALER
Jaguar CONTACT DEALER
Land Rover CONTACT DEALER
Lexus CONTACT DEALER
Mercedes CONTACT DEALER
Mini CONTACT DEALER
Mitsubishi CONTACT DEALER
Nissan CONTACT DEALER
Rover / MG CONTACT DEALER
Peugeot CONTACT DEALER
Porsche CONTACT DEALER
Renault CONTACT DEALER
SAAB CONTACT DEALER
SEAT CONTACT DEALER
Skoda CONTACT DEALER
Subaru CONTACT DEALER
Suzuki CONTACT DEALER
Toyota CONTACT DEALER
Vauxhall CONTACT DEALER
Volvo CONTACT DEALER
VW CONTACT DEALER