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Old 08-15-2007, 01:31 PM
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Default HONDA LOGO center caps for wheels

Someone stole the "H" center cap from my 2006 Pilot LX and I can't find them anywhere on line. I haven't been to a dealer yet, but I guess I have to. I would like OEM. Any ideas where I can find them. Thank you.
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#9 in the image?

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Old 08-15-2007, 01:58 PM
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Quite pricy little thingy to the CRV gen "2,5"OEM alloys its 200 SEK each (almost 30 USD/pcs)
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:19 PM
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YYEEEESSS!!!! Number 9.
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Old 08-15-2007, 10:26 PM
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I am not sure what happened, initially I blamed the thieves, but I had a problem with the alignment for the Pilot since it was new. 6-7 alignments later, finally one dealer figured it out. It wasn't the car, it was the dealers...either the machine wasn't calibrated, or the tech didn't know how to do it. Anyway, I don't usually drive the Pilot ( wife does), I drive the 2001 CRV. I didn't notice that the centercaps were missing until one week later after I got the alignment. Could it be that the dealer when doing an alignment takes those caps out to install those measuring devices? In any case, I left a message with the manager to see if the tech found them in the shop. Or it was the thieves....why take 3 though and not all 4? It could be that someone was coming close to the car? I don't know....
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I am not sure what happened, initially I blamed the thieves, but I had a problem with the alignment for the Pilot since it was new. 6-7 alignments later, finally one dealer figured it out. It wasn't the car, it was the dealers...either the machine wasn't calibrated, or the tech didn't know how to do it. Anyway, I don't usually drive the Pilot ( wife does), I drive the 2001 CRV. I didn't notice that the centercaps were missing until one week later after I got the alignment. Could it be that the dealer when doing an alignment takes those caps out to install those measuring devices? In any case, I left a message with the manager to see if the tech found them in the shop. Or it was the thieves....why take 3 though and not all 4? It could be that someone was coming close to the car? I don't know....
i dont know y the shop would take the centercaps off... unless they were balancing the tires as well as aligning the truck... but also, those centercaps are very difficult to get off the alloy wheels while they are on the vehicle... only easy way to get them off is pull the wheel off and pop the centercap out from the back... i think it probably was the shop, but i still dont know why they would take them off in the first place...
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YYEEEESSS!!!! Number 9.
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44732-S9A-A00 CAP, ALUMINUM WHEEL CENTER $29.77 list price. slhondaparts.com sells it for $24.11 but then you have to add shipping/handling.

Might be cheaper to just get it from your local Honda dealer. Some Honda dealers will match internet prices if you ask. Take a printout of the slhondaparts.com web page. To navigate to the correct location, go to slhondaparts.com then select your vehicle, year, model, etc. Then choose Chassis, and finally Tire-Wheel Disk.

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Thanks racoon.....30 USD each???!!! Holy @$#%^!!!!!!!
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Old 08-16-2007, 01:34 PM
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I just did what you said Racoon and I found them.....25 bucks each. Now I understand why someone stole them.....
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Old 08-17-2007, 10:21 AM
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Before I go accuse the dealer that lost my caps, do you guys know if those caps can be taken out easily from the outside without damaging the cap or the finish of the wheel? Can it be done quickly in a Wall Mart parking lot?
I tried to take out the remaining one, but I didn't want to damge the finish...it didn't seem that easy.
I dread going back to that dealer since they hate me with passion because of the bad reviews I gave them when I called Honda Corporate. I have a strong feeling that even if they took them when they replaced my tires and balanced them, they threw them in the garbage.
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