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How to Find Your Chrysler Paint Code: Step by Step Video
Select your Chrysler model
Select your Chrysler year.
Select your Chrysler paint code.
Locating the color code of your Chrysler
Depending on whether you drive a Chrysler 200, a PT Cruiser, or a Sebring, your paint code will be located in different places. With any Chrysler, you can find the code located on a white or black manufacturer’s sticker. The areas below are the most common, however, it may be found elsewhere.
- Go the driver’s side door, open it and check the door jamb
- Open the hood of the car
- First check along the firewall
- Then check the strut tower
- Lastly, look on the core support.
If you have looked in the place above and still can’t find the sticker, call us at 971-770-2372 . Regardless of whether you drive a Pacifica or a Sebring, we can help you from 8:00 am till 2:00 pm PST Monday to Saturday.
For out of hours support, send us an email at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com,and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
What does your Chrysler paint code mean?
Chrysler paint codes are three characters long. The string of characters contains both numbers and letters.
The example above is the code for PDM Mineral Gray Metallic, which is commonly found on the Chrysler 300. Another example is PW1 Stone White. Be aware that some colors can be represented by a variety of color codes, for instance, LAU/PAU Granite Crystal Metallic.
The Chrysler color ID tag will most likely be white, but it could also be black or silver. The paint code is written underneath the barcode and shown next to the “PNT” heading. You will only see the code, GW7/PW7/W12, and not the description, Bright White.
More about Chrysler
Chrysler is just shy of 100 years old and one of the “Big Three” manufacturers in the U.S. They are based out of Michigan and have a range of subsidiaries that include Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. After collapsing following struggles brought on by the financial crisis of 2008, they joined forces with Fiat to save the company.
In the past, Chrysler focused on rockets and was the primary contractor for a variety of booster rocket projects. They also played a significant part in the United States war effort throughout WWII and stopped producing cars to focus on small munitions.
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