Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan, please note: The color code will be located on a sticker called Parts Identification. The code can start with BC/CC followed by a U, or a WA with a four digit number/letter combination. We use the WA format for simplicity, your code may have a U. WA8555 is the same as U8555. Click here for Saturn paint code location diagrams and label examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Sebring Silver Metallic 13, 9566, WA9566 13, 9566, WA9566 Sebring Silver Metallic
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Eden Green Metallic 30, 884K, WA884K 30, 884K, WA884K Eden Green Metallic
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Beige Metallic 33, 5333, WA5333 33, 5333, WA5333 Beige Metallic
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Black 41, 8555, WA8555 41, 8555, WA8555 Black
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Olympic White 50, 8624, WA8624 50, 8624, WA8624 Olympic White
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Sport Red Metallic 63, 817K, WA817K 63, 817K, WA817K Sport Red Metallic
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Cobalt Blue Metallic 70, 885K, WA885K 70, 885K, WA885K Cobalt Blue Metallic
2004 Saturn Ion Sedan Touch Up Paint | Medium Spiral Gray Metallic 812K, 88, WA812K 812K, 88, WA812K Medium Spiral Gray Metallic

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2004 Saturn Ion Coupe, LS, LS1, LS2, LW1, LW2, or Vue?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2004 Saturn Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Saturn Touch Up Paint

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

Michelle P, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from State College, PA

Great company! Information on website allowed me to order all needed supplies. Clear easy to follow instructions too!

Joseph Z, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from Homosassa, FL

Always a great product & service - Third time repeat customer - Wouldn't use anything else - Excellent

Lance B, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from City Of Industry, CA

I purchased the aerosol spray to do some sections on my daughter's 12 year old car which spends all of its time outside. Sections of the car had lost it's clear coat and damaged the base coat. Following the directions here I prepped the surface, sprayed the base coat and sprayed the clear coat, then wet sanded and then used rubbing compound. It may sound like a lot of steps but it really wasn't that hard. I was very pleased with the results. The base coat had the correct mix of metal flake and it matched the rest of the car. Blending into the door panel at the crease edge you can not tell it is a repaint. Thanks for a great product. Now it's on to my wife's car with peeling clear coat. Lance B. So Cal

Craig S, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from Sicklerville, NJ

The Touch Up Paint worked out Perfect! I just had the car repainted back in August and a Stone hit the front of the hood and nicked it to the metal. Your Paint was a perfect match for the fix. Also I was satisfied with the quick delivery when I ordered it. Thanks Again.... Craig Sonntag

Betty R, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from Mosinee, WI

"The color was close to it. The years faded the clear coat a little. But the car looks good, thank you Betty"

Trudy S, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from Peoria, AZ

Excellent product and very fast shipping - my car looks soooooo much better now!

Greg L, owner of a 2004 Saturn Ion Sedan from Lincoln, NE

I ordered some touch-up aerosol paint for my mom's Saturn, she had some major scratches on the rear bumper and right rocker panel of her car. I am not a professional body man, but a hobbyist who has painted a couple of my own vintage cars and done various work and repairs over the years. I was worried about the match and blend, especially on the bumper, which was too big to paint the whole thing, so I did the rocker panel first, thinking if the repair might look worse than the scratches on the bumper I would just polish it out as best I could. The rocker panel turned out great, the paint was a perfect match and I used some blending spray (available from body shops, it melts out the overspray, you guys should consider selling it) because I only painted the back half of it. Since the rocker turned out well I did the bumper too and was happy with the results, definitely cheaper than spending a few hundred if not a grand or more that a body shop would have charged for the work.

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