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How to identify the Original Car Colour Code without any mistakes

The following car brands have colour codes sometimes difficult to interpret. So we will explain exactly how to write the code to look for your car paint: only the parts written in red belong to the original colour code and must be used for research.

  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is 475/A
  • Rule: We suggest you to search the colour using only the numbers in the code, in fact on your plate you could find for example 475, 475A, 475/A or 475B, so it is better if you don't write the letters in the research field to avoid any mistakes.
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be 475

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is LD5Q
  • Rule: The original code consists of three digits (letters and/or numbers) and is preceded by one letter to be removed.
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be D5Q

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is A35/C
  • Rule: The original code is composed of only the first three digits (letters and/or numbers)
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be A35

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is EZRC
  • Rule: The original code is composed of only the first three letters, therefore the fourth letter must be removed
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be EZR

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is TEB64
  • Rule: The original code consists of three digits (letters and/or numbers) and is preceded by two letters to be removed
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be B64

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is KL0 K
  • Rule: The original code consists of three digits (letters and/or numbers), so you don't have to consider any other letters or numbers after those first three digits
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be KL0

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  • The Ford code written on the plate is created not only according to colour but even to manufacturing year, for that reason the system of Ford colour codes is quite difficult to understand.
  • So, if you have any doubts in identifying your colour, don't hesitate to write us at info@vernicispray.com, specifying car model and year, and sending us a photo of the plate you have found in your vehicle. In this way we will be able to find the custom paint you need wuthout any mistakes.

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is 744 M
  • Rule: The original code is composed of only the first three numbers (they could be even four in some cases)
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be 744

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is z 21B
  • Rule: The original code consists of three digits (letters and/or numbers) which could be preceded by one letter to be removed
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case would be 21B

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  • Suppose that the code written on your car plate is EB2 EAH
  • Rule: Smart models are usually produced bicolored, so on the label there are actually two different colour codes that must be searched separately
  • So the original colour code to look for in this case could be EB2 or EAH

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