|Accord 4DR||Civic 3DR||Country||FCX||Legend||Pilot|
|Accord Coupé||Civic 4DR||Crosstour||FR-V||Life||Prelude|
|Accord Crosstour||Civic 5DR||CR-V||HR-V||Logo||S2000|
|Accord Tourer||Civic Aero Deck||CR-Z||Insight||MDX||Saber|
|Accord Wagon||Civic Coupé||CRX||Inspire||NSX||Step Wagon|
|City||Civic Hybrid||Del Sol||Integra||Odyssey||Stream Vigor|
Op deze plaats kunt u de kleurcode van uw Honda vinden:
|OLD VIN PLATE HONDA|
PAINTCODE = B90P
|NEW VIN PLATE HONDA|
PAINTCODE = B92P
|VIN PLATE LOCATION|
|VIN PLATE HONDA|
PAINTCODE = NH731P
Originally Honda used a number at the end of their paintcode to determine the plant where the vehicle was manufactured. This number also determined the correct DuPont formula to use.
In 1998 Honda changed the Vehicle Paint I.D. labels. The number was removed from the paintcode and was replaced by a letter to designate the country of origin. This letter factory code can also be found in the bottom right corner of the paint tag or by the 11th digit of the V.I.N. (Vehicle Identification Number).
H G E J 6 3 2 C 1 H 0 0 0 0 0 1
The 11th digit is a H: Therefore the vehicle was built in Canada.
For factory code explanation please refer to the chart below:
|FACTORY CODE||PRODUCTION PLANT LOCATION|
|A = 3||Marysville, Ohio (USA)|
|C = 1||Sayama (Japan)|
|H = 4||Alliston, Ontario (Canada)|
|L = 5||East Liberty, Ohio (USA)|
|S = 2||Suzuka (Japan)|
|T = 6||Tochigi (Japan)|
|G = 15||El Salto (Mexico)|
|U = 8||Swindon (UK)|
For Japan production vehicles the letter or number is NOT necessary to retrieve the proper formula. Just enter the code without any number or letters.