How to Find Paint Codes and Interior Trim Codes on Your Jeep Grand Cherokee
When we sell body parts and interior parts we always recommend to our customers that they match the paint or trim codes off of their vehicle to the codes from our vehicle. You might be surprised just how many color variations both in paint and interior trim colors were used by Jeep.
Of course you can paint body parts to match your car, but we know it saves you time and money if you can find a replacement part already painted the right color. Here at East Coast Auto Salvage we will always make the effort to help our customers get the right part they need and will provide paint and interior trim codes whenever possible.
This is a general guide of where to locate the paint and trim codes for your late model Grand Cherokee. We do not have a list of the coinciding names for the colors – but if you are at least able to match the numbers when purchasing a part you will take the guess work out of trying to match colors.
Below I have listed a few examples of Grand Cherokees we have in inventory. The location of the VIN sticker is different between the different models of Jeeps, we’re focusing on the Grand Cherokee today. Your VIN sticker is a long narrow sticker located on the inside edge of your driver’s door. (Older Grand Cherokees usually have a sticker in the same place but it does not look like this.) See examples below.
Here you can see the location of the sticker on this 2004 Grand Cherokee. Its on the edge of the door where it meets the door jamb, just below the door latch and can only be seen when the door is open. Although the door panel is off in this picture, it can be seen regardless, you don’t have to take your trim panel off.
Here you can see what the sticker looks like a little more closely. It has a lot of useful information on it such as recommended tire pressure, manufacture date, VIN, vehicle weight ratings, and the paint/ trim codes.
Here you can clearly see the location of the paint and trim codes on the sticker. On this style of sticker they will always be in the same place. For this vehicle the paint code would be PB8, and the trim is XLL5.
Here’s another example, this one is a 2000 Grand Cherokee.
On this Jeep the paint code is PGR and the trim code is H7AZ.
I hope this guide was useful in helping you find your paint and or interior trim code on your Jeep Grand Cherokee. If you have any more questions about this topic or any used auto part needs, give us a call at 1-800-23 1-9121.