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Trim Color Codes

These trim code descriptions are purely for reference. They may not be 100% correct and accurate. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you for choosing B&R Auto Wrecking!

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Chrysler (Jeep Dodge)

Located on the drivers front door. or in the drivers front door jamb area.

Ford

Almost always located in the drivers front door jamb or on the drivers front door.

General Motors (GM)

The sticker is fairly simple to find on the GM trucks, SUVs and cars. The trucks and SUVs place the tag in the glove box. Most of your cars will have it on the under side of the carpet cover of your spare tire. or on the under side of the trunk itself. Some of your Camaros Corvettes and Astro Vans put the sticker on the driver's front door or passenger front door. Minivans will have the opt. sticker in one of the compartment doors in the rear interior quarter panel trim or trunk area.

The paint and trim codes are included in all of those letters and numbers. Don't be discouraged. The interior code usually ends with an "I" and is on the bottom row of all the "GM common option codes". The Exterior paint code is next to it sometimes. Both are on the bottom row. To be completely sure you match your code to our listing, call your dealer with your VIN number and they can tell you the paint and trim codes.

Honda

Usually located inside the driver's front door, on the center pillar, where the front door latches. Most of your older 4-door Accords put the VIN and Production sticker in the driver's side rear door.

2004 and older Hondas will have a separate sticker (or stickers), usually located near the VIN and production date tag.

2005 and up Hondas, the interior and exterior codes are included in the main VIN and production sticker.

Hyundai

Located on the driver's side door jamb area.

Isuzu

The SUVs will have an opt. code sticker similar to the GM vehicles; located under the hood, on the firewall. Some cars have it on the VIN sticker in the driver's front door jamb area.

Kia

Located on the driver's side door jamb area.

Lexus

Located on the driver's front door, or in the driver's front door jamb area.

Mazda

Most of your Mazda vehicles will have their codes located on a tag riveted to the firewall, in the engine compartment.

Mercury

Usually located in same place as Ford; on the driver's front door, or driver's front door jamb.

Mitsubishi

The SUVs have their codes located on the firewall, on a tag that is riveted to it. Some cars will have it included in their driver's front door jamb sticker.

Nissan

Located on the driver's front door, or in the driver's front door jamb area.

Subaru

These can be found under the hood on a tag that is riveted to the driver's side strut tower, or on the firewall.

Suzuki

These can also be found under the hood on a tag that is riveted to the driver's side strut tower, or on the firewall.

Toyota

Located on the driver's front door, or in the driver's front door jamb area.

Volkswagen and Audi

These can be tricky to find. The most common location is inside the trunk/deck lid, under the spare tire carpet/cover, stuck to the painted surface around the spare tire. Some older Volkswagens stick it to the fuel pump access door. The Eurovans stick it to the lid or the under hood fuse box, located under the driver's side dash.