Choose your Automotive paint color for your 1994 Honda Passport

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

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

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Ebony Black 001, 826 001, 826 Ebony Black
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Claret Red Mica 731, R409 731, R409 Claret Red Mica
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Viridian Green Mica 732, G406 732, G406 Viridian Green Mica
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Cream White 752, W101 752, W101 Cream White
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Light Silver Metallic 753, N105 753, N105 Light Silver Metallic
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Radiant Red 756, R103 756, R103 Radiant Red
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Indigo Blue 833, B801 833, B801 Indigo Blue
1994 Honda Passport Touch Up Paint | Iron Gray Metallic 849, N031 849, N031 Iron Gray Metallic

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 1994 Honda Accord, Civic, Del Sol, or Prelude?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 1994 Honda Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Honda Touch Up Paint

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

William N, owner of a 1993 Honda Accord from Virginia Beach, VA

I thought the service great and I am impressed with the product. I ordered my paint in a spray can, which for the job I need is very convenient. I did have some trouble though. Keep in mind I am trying to match paint on a garage kept car that is 21 years old, so I expected some problems. I am still trying to come up with a solution to using this paint which straight out of the can is a little too dark. But I have found my vehicle has a white primer. So now my game plan is to spray the damaged areas with a white primer, (after proper preparation), and then apply several thin coats until I get the shade needed. It would be nice if I could make my repairs to areas with natural borders, but that doesn't seem practical. I use to make my living fixing fiberglass boats and matching gel coat, so I still have several tricks up my sleeve! We'll see how it goes. I did make a call to AutomotiveTouchUp and the gentleman I talked to was very concerned about my situation and did everything he could to help me. I will most certainly use their service again!

Bruce M, owner of a 1993 Honda Accord from Poughkeepsie, NY

I could not get matching paint at my local auto supply, so I picked closest color in acrylic lacquer and painted half of the car. The match was not good so I decided to try the internet. Your custom mix of urethane for my 93 Honda was great! I prefer the urethane finish vs the lacquer and the color match was very good. I also used the urethane clear coat with the bizarre double valve and hazard warnings all over the can - a little more detail on use of the double valve would be appreciated! If you can find space on the label. Isn't this basically the same chemical substance as the urethane color coat? The color coat can is not splattered with hazard warnings as is the clear coat. Anyway I survived the paint job and I'm pleased with the results. (I did wear 3M vapor facemask to apply all coats of paint)

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