On older Chrysler models, the paint code may be located on top of the radiator support. Newer models list the codes on a sticker located on the doorjamb on the driver's side.
After locating the sticker, look at the bottom. The paint code will be toward the middle of the sticker and begin with "PNT," which stands for "Paint."
Write down the letters or numbers following the "PNT." This is the color code.
Click on the vehicle's year on the chart on PaintScratch.com. On the right side of the screen, select the model.
Verify the vehicle's color by comparing the color code on the next page. If desired, order paint by clicking the button next to the color and then clicking "Select Products."
Several websites offer color matching and guarantee a perfect match as long as the owner has the color code. Without this code, it is hard to get the correct color. Check with the nearest Chrysler dealership for more information on paint colors.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance