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Hi, I have a 2002 XK8 .I"m pretty sure that the paint and trim codes should be on this sticker but they're not there.If anyone has a car with the same paint or interior trim color can they please tell me the code numbers and what the colors are called.I think the paint is called Sapphire but not 100% sure ?. I need to do some paint work and use leather dye on some worn areas.
Thanks so much test point. My car is a right hand drive and was in England from new and then privately imported to Australia in 2006. Your car definitely looks the same color as mine.
I was at a local Jaguar dealer and showed them my ownership papers and with that they used the vin number and they gave me a print out of the date that the car was dispatched from Jaguar, put in use, paint and trim color and trim items such as: part Leather Trim, Halfwood steering wheel, sable parcel shelf, sable/chasmere facia, oatmeal headlining, sable carpet, twin needle stitching, sable seat belts, cashmere stitching, oatmeal upper, burl walnut veneer, charcoal welts. A full set of serial number excluding the CATS radio number. It shows the differential number, drivers airbag engine number and a mess of other numbers (won't list to keep this short). Plus all of the equipment such as garage door opener, premium sound, space saver spare, F8 R9x18 7 flute wheels etc.etc.
They can give you the correct paint code numbers for the above if you car looks a little different than test points car. I hope this helps you.
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Sable would be a good word choice but I am unaware of a trim code list that goes beyond paint and leather. As posted above any dealer can print out a build document that gives all the fine details of how the car left the factory.