Dodge Neon Touch Up Paint
Find Touch Up Paint for Dodge Neon
PaintScratch sells Dodge Neon touch up paint for the years listed in the table. Click your Dodge Neon year to see available touch up paint colors.
We guarantee Dodge Neon touch up paint will match the original factory color chip on Dodge 's manufactured after 1996.
Touch Up Paint for Dodge Neon
Order Dodge Neon paint pens, brush cap bottles, and spray cans from our secure online store. For small Neon scratches, the paint pen works well. For slightly larger Dodge Neon scratches and chips, a brush bottle is best. For larger paint repairs, a Dodge Neon spray paint can will deliver best results.
Helpful Resources for Your Dodge Neon Paint Repair
- Touch Up Paint Videos - Watch and learn how to apply touch up paint to your Dodge Neon.
- How To Apply Touch Up Paint - Detailed instructions for using automotive paint on your Dodge Neon.
Find Your Neon Color & Paint Code
Dodge paint codes can sometimes be a challenge to find. In years past, Dodge
used to place their color ID tags on top of the vehicle's radiator support, making
it a major challenge to locate because of the engine oil and grease that would cover them. Later Dodge models place the color ID tag on the drivers door jamb (where they should be!).
Location of Dodge Paint Code on a Color ID Tag:
The example above (and typical) Dodge color code format is:
PNT : PRV
A Dodge color codes is usually three digits long and made up of numbers and letters. It usually begins with a "P". Before the Dodge paint are the letters "PNT:". These letters are short for "Paint Code." Thus, in the Dodge paint code example above, the color ID Tag reads "PNT:PRV" signifying a color code of "PPK."
Other Dodge Color Code Formats
Another typical Dodge color code format is:
However, only the BS is the Dodge color code. This can also be shown as QBS, PBS, TBS, etc. just to drive everyone crazy. The first letter is the mysterious Dodge "Year Code" which regardless of what the intent was, it just makes for confusing color codes.
BS corresponds to Dodge Deep Water Blue Pearl Clearcoat. Again, the G in the GBS is not part of the Dodge color code. Lately, Dodge has been wising up and just listing the color codes as BS.
Two Tone Dodge Combination
Dodge has many two tone combinations for some cars. Two tones are two different colors on your car. Dodge did not do a great job with two tone color coding and often the secondary color information is just missing so this makes it impossible to know without borrowing a color book from us what colors you actually have.
Same Dodge Color Code, Different Name
Dodge, like all manufacturers, uses the exact same color across many models and then will have a different color name for each model. It's the same paint! This is why the color code is so important to order the correct paint.
For example, BS above we call Deep Water Blue Pearl Clearcoat. It could also be called Blue Clearcoat, Ocean Clearcoat, etc. depending on what the marketing department decided to call it.