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Oldsmobile Touch Up Paint
Oldsmobile Paint Color Code Location
Other places to find
There are so many other places for the paint color code to be located for GM cars, so if you do not see the code on those places mentioned above, we recommend that you check your Owner's manual for your vehicle for the location of paint color code. The Owner's manual does not tell you what the paint color code is, but it tells you where it's located on your vehicle. If you do not have the Owner's manual or the paint color code is illegible, contact the dealer with the VIN number on your vehicle, and they should be able to provide you with the information
Paint Color Code Looks Like:
Usually a three or four digits and start with a WA, such as WA316N or without WA such as 316N. If the vehicle is two-tone there will be an "L" (for lower) or a "U" (for upper) before the numbers. Example: WA U-800J or WA L-8555. GM usually lists two codes on every vehicle. There is usually a two digit code, such as 26.
GM Brand also markets other brand cars under their own name. Toyota, Suzuki, and Isuzu are all examples. If your vehicle is one of these, then the code will be found under the actual manufactures color list, not GM's. If you do not know what manufacture produced your vehicle, contact us so we can help determine the color.