Interior Trim Code Guide

To help ensure that I find the right automotive leather dye for your car or truck, an Interior color codes help to ensure that we find the right automotive leather dye for your car or truck. Here's a short guide on where to find the interior color codes for a variety of vehicle makes and models. This guide is constantly being updated and will eventually cover the interior trim code locations for over 35 different makes.

Acura

Acura and Honda usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door panel or the driver side door pillar.

Acura and Honda usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door panel or the driver side door pillar.

Audi and VW hide this sticker somewhere inside the spare tire wheel well in the trunk area. Check on the underside of the spare tire cover, or inside the tire well. Alternatively, VW has been known to apply the sticker to the underside of the rear bench seat.

Audi and VW hide this sticker somewhere inside the spare tire wheel well in the trunk area. Check on the underside of the spare tire cover, or inside the tire well. Alternatively, VW has been known to apply the sticker to the underside of the rear bench seat.

BMW encodes the interior trim to the VIN, so there is no interior trim code to be found. A description of the leather color is always helpful. The VIN can be found at the left front dash area (seen through the windshield) or on the driver's side door pillar.

BMW encodes the interior trim to the VIN, so there is no interior trim code to be found. A description of the leather color is always helpful. The VIN can be found at the left front dash area (seen through the windshield) or on the driver's side door pillar.

Buick & Cadillac & Chevrolet (Including Pontiac)

Buick and Cadillac, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

Buick and Cadillac, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

Chrysler & Dodge & Fiat

Chrysler and Dodge and Fiat, along with Jeep, keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar. The trim code is conveniently titled TRM:.

Chrysler and Dodge and Fiat, along with Jeep, keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar. The trim code is conveniently titled TRM:.

Ford, along with Lincoln and Mercury, keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

Ford, along with Lincoln and Mercury, keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

GMC vehicles, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

GMC vehicles, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

Honda vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Honda vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Hummers, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

Hummers, along with all other GM makes, have the interior color codes on the Service Parts Identification sticker. Most of the time you'll find it in the glove box, but it could also be on the driver side door pillar, OR in the spare tire well. The interior color code is in the bottom right of the sticker, but is also one of the RPO codes near the end of the list ending in the letter "I". Both of these can be helpful.

Hyundai vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Hyundai vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Infiniti vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Infiniti vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Isuzu

Isuzu vehicles sometimes have the same RPO code stickers as GM/Chevrolet vehicles in the glove box. All others will have the VIN sticker in the driver's side door pillar, or under the hood.

Isuzu vehicles sometimes have the same RPO code stickers as GM/Chevrolet vehicles in the glove box. All others will have the VIN sticker in the driver's side door pillar, or under the hood.

Jaguar keeps an interior trim sticker either on the underside of the hood or on the driver's side door pillar.

Jaguar keeps an interior trim sticker either on the underside of the hood or on the driver's side door pillar.

Jeep vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar. The trim code is conveniently titled TRM:.

Jeep vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar. The trim code is conveniently titled TRM:.

Kia vehicles keep an interior trim sticker on the driver's side door pillar.

Kia vehicles keep an interior trim sticker on the driver's side door pillar.

Land Rover's interior trim code is usually encoded to the VIN. However, a color suggestion will always be helpful.

Land Rover's interior trim code is usually encoded to the VIN. However, a color suggestion will always be helpful.

Lexus, as well as Toyota, vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Lexus, as well as Toyota, vehicles usually have the trim code sticker on either the the driver side door or the driver side door pillar.

Lincoln vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

Lincoln vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

Mazda vehicles keep their VIN sticker, along with paint code and interior trim code, in the driver's side door jamb.

Mazda vehicles keep their VIN sticker, along with paint code and interior trim code, in the driver's side door jamb.

Before you go hunting for option codes, Mercedes does a pretty good job of associating interior option codes with the VIN, so USUALLY the vin is all that's needed. If you have to find the leather option code, it's either a stamped tag under the hood riveted to the radiator support, or a sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb, OR inside the spare tire wheel well. Leather options start with a 2.

Before you go hunting for option codes, Mercedes does a pretty good job of associating interior option codes with the VIN, so USUALLY the vin is all that's needed. If you have to find the leather option code, it's either a stamped tag under the hood riveted to the radiator support, or a sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb, OR inside the spare tire wheel well. Leather options start with a 2.

Lincoln vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

Lincoln vehicles keep the interior trim code on the VIN sticker affixed either to the driver's side door or to the driver's side door pillar.

Mini

Mini follows the same convention as its parent company, BMW -- all I need is that VIN to determine the interior color code. The VIN sticker is affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Mini follows the same convention as its parent company, BMW -- all I need is that VIN to determine the interior color code. The VIN sticker is affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi has the interior color code on the VIN sticker affixed tot he driver's side door jamb. Occasionally the SUVs have the interior color code on a metal tag riveted to the firewall.

Mitsubishi has the interior color code on the VIN sticker affixed tot he driver's side door jamb. Occasionally the SUVs have the interior color code on a metal tag riveted to the firewall.

Nissan vehicles include the interior color code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Nissan vehicles include the interior color code on the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Same as all other GM products.

Same as all other GM products.

Porsche is VERY inconsistent with this option code sticker -- most of the time it will be affixed to the first page of the owner's manual. Then check the spare tire well. Then check under the hood. If all else fails, call your local Porsche dealer and ask them to decode your VIN. I often can decipher the interior from the VIN as well.

Porsche is VERY inconsistent with this option code sticker -- most of the time it will be affixed to the first page of the owner's manual. Then check the spare tire well. Then check under the hood. If all else fails, call your local Porsche dealer and ask them to decode your VIN. I often can decipher the interior from the VIN as well.

Rolls Royce / Ferrari

Interior color details will either be in the owner's manual or the window sticker that came with the car. Your local Rolls / Ferrari dealer will be able to decode your VIN for you as well. 3rd party VIN decoders are very inconsistent with RR/Ferrari details, so it's best to call your dealer's parts or service department and ask.

Subaru

Subaru keeps the trim codes on the VIN sticker affixed to the door jamb. Or it might be a smaller sticker below the VIN sticker.

Subaru keeps the trim codes on the VIN sticker affixed to the door jamb. Or it might be a smaller sticker below the VIN sticker.

Toyota follows the same convention as Lexus -- the interior trim code is part of the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Toyota follows the same convention as Lexus -- the interior trim code is part of the VIN sticker affixed to the driver's side door jamb.

Volkswagen, like Audi, has an option code sticker that's usually in the spare tire well in the trunk of the vehicle.

Volkswagen, like Audi, has an option code sticker that's usually in the spare tire well in the trunk of the vehicle.

Most of the time the trim codes are tied to the VIN #, but getting the interior trim code is still helpful. This vin plate can be found under the hood, usually riveted to the inside left fender above the left wheel well. The interior trim code is a 4 digit code, usually above the 5-digit "XXX-XX" paint code.

Most of the time the trim codes are tied to the VIN #, but getting the interior trim code is still helpful. This vin plate can be found under the hood, usually riveted to the inside left fender above the left wheel well. The interior trim code is a 4 digit code, usually above the 5-digit "XXX-XX" paint code.