You have unfortunately scratched your Subaru Outback very slightly and you want to repair this alone without needing to go through the garage? It is possible to do it yourself, granted you know the colour code of your vehicle in order to buy the exact same colour of your Subaru Outback and consequently be able to put on a layer without any trace. There are certainly many different shades of color and this is not limited to red blue or green for example.
With this code, you may also know to know, for example, if you bought your used Subaru Outback, if the colour is not the first one. When you have discovered the code, look on the internet to see which colour it corresponds to by comparing it to your vehicle.
So let’s get to the point, how do I find this paint code on my Subaru Outback?
First, you have to know what it seems like. You will find a code in general on a label or metal plate, composed of 3 or 4 alphanumeric characters.


Find paint code on your Subaru Outback

In the documentation

It is indeed likely to find this colour code in the vehicle documentation, in general a lot of fundamental information is in these papers, so you must always keep them when driving your Subaru Outback.
If you no longer have them, you will also find this code directly on your vehicle. It is important to know that according to the year, several locations are possible. This is why we list a large number of potential areas on your Subaru Outback:

On your vehicle at the following locations

Color code inside the cabin of your Subaru Outback:

– At the driver’s side door of your Subaru Outback
– Hinge of the driver door
– Behind the driver’s sun visor
– In the rear window area
– In the trunk, left side
– On the trunk door inside

Location of color code under the hood:

– At the hood opening on the motor side of your Subaru Outback
– In the engine compartment, top, right or left side
– Inside cover side, top left or right


Here are the different places where you can get the color code of your Subaru Outback.
Be careful, it may be on a small metallic piece that is not very visible.

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