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Oldsmobile Touch Up Paint

Got Paint Scratches on Your Oldsmobile?


Do you drive an Oldsmobile? Did it get some scratches or dents on it?

You’ve come to the right place because we carry touch up paint that’s compatible with Oldsmobile and every other major automotive manufacturer.

And the best part?

Touching up the paint on your Oldsmobile is an easy do-it-yourself project, and it gets easier when you use one of our touch up paint kits.

You don’t have to spend a lot of time watching YouTube videos or reading how-to pages, either. All our Oldsmobile touch up paint kits include detailed written instructions — guides so easy that even a child could touch up a few small scratches and make your Oldsmobile vehicle look brand new again.

Our Oldsmobile touch up paint is backed by our Color Match Guarantee.

Oldsmobile Paint Code Location


Locating your Oldsmobile’s paint code is the first and most important step in your touch up paint project. Only with your paint code on hand can you be certain you are ordering the right touch up paint kit for your Oldsmobile vehicle.

How to Find Your Oldsmobile Paint Code?

Your Oldsmobile paint code can be found in up to 7 locations:

  • In the glove box compartment, primarily on the lid.
  • Inside the trunk on the spare tire cover or on the wheel well.
  • On the driver or passenger side of the car, where the door latches.
  • Beneath the driver side seat.
  • In the wheelhouse of the front passenger tire.
  • In the passenger side sun visor.
  • On the driver side in the rear storage compartment, behind the passenger door or partially in the trunk.

Look for the “Service Parts Identification” sticker because this is where the paint code information is. Generally speaking, consider checking every place that a GM paint code might be. It is also possible that the sticker location is identified for your specific year and model inside your owner’s manual.

What Do Oldsmobile Paint Codes Look Like?

The Oldsmobile paint code will generally start with the letters “WA” or “U” for upper body color. This designation usually is when your car is two tones, so the lower body color will start with an “L”. Otherwise, all Oldsmobile paint codes comprise a mix of numbers and letters.

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Oldsmobile Paint Code Location
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Glove box compartment.

2

Trunk compartment.

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Driver side, door jamb.

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Driver side, under seat.

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Front passenger tire, wheelhouse.

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Passenger side, sun visor.

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Driver side, rear storage compartment.

Did you find your Oldsmobile’s paint code?

Oldsmobile Touch Up Paint Models

We offer superior touch up paint kits to help you bring your Oldsmobile back to life. Simply select your model below to view available Oldsmobile colors.