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Where Can I find de color code of my car

I need to find the code color of my car pontiac sunbird 1993 2.0 L

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The paint code should be in the trunk onn the tire cover. It's on the same large white decal with a whole bunch of numbers on it. The code is a 3 or 4 digit number/letter combination at the bottom row of all the numbers. It usually a letter followed by 2 number and followed by another letter. Call you local auto paint supply store and ask them about the proper combination.

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93 sunbird code 44


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