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you can look on ebay for the keys, look for your specific laptop model because keyboards tend to vary from one to the other. you can use white out or something along those lines and then put a clear layer of nail polish over it, but anything you do like that would look kind of tacky imho, so i'd just purchase new keys.
Its on the driver side door edge AKA a "jamb". The code is after the EXT PNT and will just be a couple letters. Take this code to your paint supplier and they will have a book to translate it into an actual paint color.
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Subaru paint codes are located on either strut tower or in the door edge or jamb. Most paint color codes are three digits long and may contain both letters and numbers. For two tone cars: The paint code for a two tone car provides the data for both the upper body paint color and the lower bumper color. The trim code is never the bumper color. For a list of touch up paint colors for your Subaru go here: http://www.automotivetouchup.com/choosecolor/year.aspx?make=Subaru.
Try going the the metal pressed out id plate, its painted the same color as the vehicle so some times its hard to find there will be a boat load of letters and numbers right them down and got your local Finishmaster store and they will be able to find the right 1. If that dosent work they can always use the color eye to code it for u. good luck
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.