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Honda color codes are easily found on the drivers door jamb. The code may contain numbers, letters, and dashes. To order the right Honda touch up paint, many Hondas have a factory code which specifies a unique variation in the color (see example below). The Honda factory code is typically located on the lower right hand corner of your color ID Tag, and is also the 11th digit of your VIN. The image below is an example of what a Honda color ID Tag looks like and where to find the Honda color code and factory code.

Example of Honda Color Code and Factory Code:
Honda Color Code and Honda Code Locations on an Honda Color ID tag

In the example above, the factory code is located at the lower right hand side of the tag. You will notice the 11th digit in the VIN is the same. So our factory code is the letter "B". The color code is "NH583M". This Honda color code specifies "Vogue Silver Metallic Clearcoat" which was used on some Civic's, Delsol's, and Preludes between 1996 and 2000. There are several slightly different variations of Vogue Silver Metallic depending on the factory in which your Honda was made. To make sure you get the right color, make sure to specify your factory code when ordering Honda touch up paint from us. This will enable us to match your specific color.
 

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This is my first post on the forum having just bought a 1.5 turbo sport plus. Problem is it has "acquired" a kerb scratch on the rim of a front wheel. The wheel is the standard two tone wheel and it is the highly polished part that is affected, not the glossy black. I know it will never look new again without a refurb but is there a touch up paint for it. I had a Mazda with silver alloys which suffered the same thing and I did a good touch up job on that. If I could do the same on the civic I would be well pleased.
 
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