Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1994 Ford Explorer

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 1994 Ford Explorer, please note: The color code can be located in the driver side door jamb. Click here for the Ford paint code location chart and paint code image example.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Cayman Metallic DA, M6487A DA, M6487A Cayman Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Mocha Frost Metallic DD, M6465A DD, M6465A Mocha Frost Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Medium Light Mocha DH, M6608A DH, M6608A Medium Light Mocha
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Currant Red Metallic EG, M6425A EG, M6425A Currant Red Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Dark Cranberry Metallic ER, M6445A ER, M6445A Dark Cranberry Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Performance Red EY, M6564A EY, M6564A Performance Red
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Lapis Metallic KE, M6563A KE, M6563A Lapis Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Dark Lapis Metallic KN, M6681A KN, M6681A Dark Lapis Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Black M1724A, YC M1724A, YC Black
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Oxford White M5920A, Y0, YO M5920A, Y0, YO Oxford White
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Deep Jewel Green Metallic M6414A, PA M6414A, PA Deep Jewel Green Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Medium Titanium Metallic M6442A, YG M6442A, YG Medium Titanium Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Medium Opal Metallic M6501A, WC M6501A, WC Medium Opal Metallic
1994 Ford Explorer Touch Up Paint | Dark Tourmaline Metallic M6572A, NA M6572A, NA Dark Tourmaline Metallic

 

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

John G, owner of a 1994 Ford Explorer from Springfield, OR

I was somewhat hesitant to try and match paint on a 17 year old Ford Explorer Limited. This vehicle has some 174,000 miles on the odometer in all types of weather conditions from 108F to -48F. It has never been garaged although it has seen a carport at times. The dark green on the Limited has a fleck in it, probably not easy to match after so many years. Nevertheless, the paint sent matches perfectly. I don't wish to know how you do it, I'm just happy that you do do it. Thanks....

Daniel S, owner of a 1993 Ford Mustang from Tucker, GA

Perfect match!

restro project, owner of a 1993 Ford Mustang from Nevada

I was able to obtain body-shop quality applied paint and clear-coat at home. I'm not a body-shop professional, but I was able to obtain a finish that is equal to what one would obtain at a body-shop. The paint is a near perfect match and I have to say if you're in need of repairing a bumper or a single body panel on your vehicle it's possible to do it at home. I just set-up a small paint area in my garage and rattle can painted away. The products that I used were automotive primer, plastic adhesion promoter, rattle can paint, a rattle can handle and the rattle can 2-part clear-coat product. As far as prep work, yes you'll need to perform proper prep work which I did by hand (took a little longer versus using my DA sander/ polisher) and I wet sanded and cleaned the surface of the entire body and lower body panel properly prior to the paint and clear-coat applications. All that you have to do is give these products a chance and you should be able to duplicate a "professional looking" finished product yourself without having to visit a body-shop.

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