GOTGOO wrote:Call the dealership parts department and give them your vin they can look it up for you.
Good timing. I just happened to be at the dealer today for a check engine light & trans service. I stopped by the parts counter looking for the exact thing, but they no longer carry it. The guy said something about them changing paint vendors or whatever & that they can't even special order any. He did give me the B25 written on a business card, so I'd trust that. The problem with colors, especially when more than one company/person is involved, is that everyone will call the same color something different, hence the granite. I'm going to check out Courtesy and see if they still have any in stock.falcondrgn wrote:Just called and the guy says the color code is the same as what I got which is B25. Based on the link i provided it says that color is granite metallic, i actually have the same color pathfinder as yours, its pretty clear our color isnt granite.
Good call. Courtesy is sold out of what they had. I found a number of places online that offer the paints, but they certainly aren't cheap. At least with a local bodyshop, they can give you some good suggestions on how best to apply the stuff & anything else (primer, clearcoat, etc).pawjr74 wrote:You can call a body shop and have them mix you some touch up as well
I work at a bunch of car dealers doing repairs so making friends with the other vendors like the auto body guy is a plus side to my job i guess. Yeah I looked around at the parts stores around here with no luck either before i had some mixed up and that was a way better deal since it was free!NVSteve wrote:I just don't have the time to mess around with the autobody places since it would have to be during my very busy workweek. I stopped by 3 different auto parts stores last weekend & nobody had anything even remotely close to Silverton Blue, aka B25. I was able to order a couple OEM applicators from Grubbs Nissan.