Porsche Paint Codes

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Lindsey Hoover
Updated on Apr 15, 2022 · 3 min read
Your Porsche’s paint code should be in your vehicle's owner's manual. If it’s not there, try searching the glove compartment, the center of your hood/bonnet, or the front storage compartment. You can also lookup your vehicle’s paint code online using its VIN.
Not every paint job will require professional help. If you notice a small ding or scratch on your
Porsche
, and you’re looking for a cost-effective way to fix it, you’ve come to the right place! The process is relatively straightforward—all you need is your vehicle’s paint code, a few cheap supplies, and a can-do attitude.
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Where can I find my Porsche’s paint code?

Porsche paint codes are tricky to find. Try searching your glove compartment, the center of your hood/bonnet, the spare tire compartment, the front storage compartment, or checking your vehicle’s owner’s manual. The code will either be three or four digits long and start with the letter “L”.
Found your paint code? Great! You can use
this chart
to find the exact color match for your Porsche. 

What if there’s no paint code on the car’s label?

If you’re having trouble locating your Porsche’s paint code, you can use the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) to search for it online. A VIN is a 17-character code composed of letters and numbers.
You can find the VIN for your Porsche in the following spots:
  • Most Porsche’s have their VIN located on the door jamb of the driver’s side. Alternatively, sometimes the VIN is located on the door jamb of the passenger’s side. 
  • Other common locations for the label include under thewindshield on the driver’s side, on the steering column, or near your vehicle’s firewall.
If the label is missing or you can’t locate it, you can find your vehicle’s VIN by checking your insurance card or policy, or your vehicle title and registration.

Where can I get paint for my Porsche?

Once you have your Porsche’s paint code, you’ll want to purchase the correct paint. You can order your paint online using
this website
or you can visit a local automotive store to see if they can help. 
If you go with the latter, we suggest calling ahead to make sure they have what you need.

Paint touch-up tips

You’ve got your paint and you’re ready to go! Below are some touch-up tips to get your Porsche looking like new again:
  • Clean the damaged area with soap and water
  • If the area is rusty, coat the area with a rust arrestor to prevent further damage. You can also use sandpaper to wear the rust away.
  • Apply primer to any scratch or ding that penetrates all the way to the metal part of your vehicle. If the scratch or ding is surface-level, primer is not needed. 
  • Paint. Stir your paint well before applying several coats to the damaged area. Allow the final coat to dry for at least 24 hours. 
  • Add a clear coat for an extra barrier of protection. Apply several coats, allowing the final coat to dry overnight.
  • After three days, buff the area with a rubbing compound for a glossy finish!
Something to keep in mind: the severity and size of the damage caused to your Porsche will determine how much paint you need. Some touch-ups will only require a paint pen or smaller paint pack, rather than a full can of paint.

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Minor dings or scratches are inevitable in your Porsche’s lifetime, and while a touch-up with paint can resolve cosmetic issues, it won’t be able to fix all other vehicle-related issues. For car protection that goes beyond beautification, try
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FAQs

Porsche paint codes are tricky to find and will differ based on the year and model of your vehicle. 
Try searching your glove compartment, the center of your hood/bonnet, the spare tire compartment, the front storage compartment, or checking your vehicle’s owner’s manual. The code will either be three or four digits long and start with the letter “L”.
Yes! Making small touch-ups to your Porsche is simple and easy. You’ll just need your vehicle’s paint code in order to purchase the corresponding paint color. If you’re looking for a full-body paint job, it’s best to take your vehicle to a shop.

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