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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2004 Chrysler All Models.

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Select the color for your 2004 Chrysler All Models below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Make Note: 2007 and newer Chrysler models usually have the paint code in the door jamb. Most paint codes are three digits long and start with a P or Q and contains letters and/or numbers. Click here for more Chrysler paint code locations and paint code images.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
040, P41, PXB Black
368, PS3 Sapphire Silver Bl Metallic/Sapphre Silver Bl Metallic
591, PRH, PRH/591 Inferno Red Crystal Pearl
759, PDR/759 Graphite Metallic
960, P61 Alabaster
A68, PD4 Ice Silver Metallic
ARH Blaze Red Crystal Pearl
AY110DX8, PX8, X13 Black
AY110SW1, AY95SW1, PW1 Stone White
AY111WS2, PS2 Bright Silver Metallic
AY111ZKJ, PKJ Light Almond Pearl
AY112WB7, PB7 Patriot Blue Pearl
AY112YBW, PBW Sapphire Blue Pearl
AY112YJR, PJR Onyx Green Pearl
AY120WEL, PEL Inferno Red Pearl
AY97BB8, PB8 Midnight Blue Pearl
BR8, PR8 Deep Molten Red Pearl
H32, PD9 Dark Titanium Pearl
P06, PRS Deep Red Pearl
PB5 Electric Blue Pearl
PBD, T19 Light Blue Pearl
PBE Butane Blue Pearl
PBL, T34 Deep Blue Pearl
PDM Mineral Gray Metallic
PDR Graphite Metallic
PHP Deep Plum Pearl
PMQ Black Lava Red Pearl
PP4 Satin Jade Pearl
PP6 Bright Seamist Green Metallic/Bright Seamist Grn Metallic
PPK Magnesium Pearl
PRB, R87 Indy Red
PWG Cool Vanilla
PWR, W69 Satin White Pearl
PXR Brilliant Black Pearl
PYG Linen Gold Pearl
QJC Light Khaki Metallic
XS5 Silverstone Pearl


Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2004 Chrysler 300M, Aspen, Concorde, Crossfire, Pacifica, PT Cruiser, PT Dreamcruiser, Sebring Convertible, Sebring Coupe, Sebring Sedan, Town & Country, or Voyager?  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Chrysler Touch Up Paint


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Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:



Anthony M, owner of a 2004 Chrysler from Amsterdam, NY

Called company to find paint match. Was told that the paint color code was located inside the front door jamb on the vehicle information plate. After finding code, ordering the right color was easy. Order was filled in a timely manner. Product matched color well and was easy to use.

Carlos P, owner of a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Sedan from Hayward, CA

This is the second time I'm using Automotive Touchup Products. The first time was to repair a scratch on the rear plastic bumper of my wife's Honda. I used 4 of the products, a primer, a plastic activator, the base color and the top clear code. There was quite a bit of work on the prep and tape up of the car. I worked inside a one car garage and I had some constraints in space and ventilation. It took me couple of days to complete the job because the number of coats I used for the primer and the sanding in between. I repeated this process with the base color. With all this, I was able to repair (and fill), the scratch and blend perfectly with the clear top coat. The end results were outstanding, although there was some added labor on my part (which I really enjoyed it), I was able to save $700-$1000 from a repair shop to do the same thing. In addition to the paint products, I purchased from 2 types of auto painting masking tape by 3M (one has a plastic folded mask to mask larger areas around the work area), and also different wet sand paper grits to do the initial prep work. My last purchase was for 3 touchup products to repair a very small scratch on my Chrysler front bumper. Haven't completed the repair just yet, but I'm confident on the results being the same and just as good as my first time with the Honda. This is the reason I went back to Automotive Touchup Products. Plus the order process and delivery is just as they claim, perfect. Thank you guys!

Mike G, owner of a 2005 Chrysler 300 from Early, IA

The paint matched perfect. I did have a problem filling in the chips with the primer so that when the paint was applied I couldn't get the chip indention to fill in completely. If you look real close you can still see where the chip occurred. Mike

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