The paint code for your Mitsubishi is on the manufacturer's sticker which can be found on the driver or passenger door jamb, firewall, or radiator support bar. You can also use your VIN number to look up the paint code online or at the Mitsubishi dealership.
Whether you’ve dinged your
Mitsubishior someone else's vehicle you’ll need the vehicle paint code to find the exact match to cover the damage.
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Where can I find my Mitsubishi’s paint code?
You can find the paint code for your Mitsubishi on the manufacturer sticker located on the driver or passenger door jamb, firewall, or radiator support bar.
The Mitsubishi paint code is usually three digits long andcontains letters and numbers.
What if there’s no paint code on the car’s label?
You might have to use your Mitsubishi’s VIN(Vehicle Identification Number) to look up the paint code online. The VIN is 17 digits long and is comprised of both letters and numbers.
Here’s where the VIN for your Mitsubishi can be found:
- Printed on a sticker located on the dashboard on the driver’s side of the vehicle.
- The VIN can also be found on a sticker on the driver’s door post or door jamb.
- Check your car’s title document and registration if you can’t find the VIN printed on a sticker or it’s difficult to read.
Once you have your VIN call the Mitsubishi dealership for the paint code or search online.
Where can I get paint for my Mitsubishi?
Use the paint code to order your custom Mitsubishi paint color
onlineand let the touch-ups begin! You can also go to your local Mitsubishi dealership or find paint touch-up kits in-store that match your paint code.
Pro Tip Have the exact model and year of your Mitsubishi on hand before ordering your paint.
Paint touch-up tips
Once you have the correct paint, it’s time to start touching up your Mitshubishi paint job. Here are some tips to help make those undesirable dings disappear:
- Use soap and water to wash the damaged area
- If the ding is rusty, sand away rust with a fine-grit sandpaper
- Apply primer to the area and allow to dry overnight then sand the area to create an even surface
- Paint several coats of the matching color and allow to dry between each layer
- Add clear protective paint to the damaged area and let it dry overnight
- Buff the area with a rubbing compound after three days
Depending on the level of damage, you may be able to touch up your Mitsubishi with a paint pen or small paint pack instead of a full can.
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