HONDA E SPARES [P/N]

Faults and Technical chat for the Honda E
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FDAD
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stzrd wrote: Sat Dec 10, 2022 7:08 pm Cabin / Pollen Filters

80292-TLA-505 - ENHANCED CABIN AIR / POLLEN FILTER (I would recommend the enhanced filter, far superior to the original cabin filter that is fitted from factory)

80291-TF3-E01 - STANDARD CABIN AIR / POLLEN FILTER

Front Suspension Components

(1) 51401-TYF-E02 - SPRING, FR.

(2) 51403-TRT-A01 - RUBBER, L. FR. SPRING MOUNT UPPER (RIGHT & LEFT)

(3) 51608-TBA-A00 - CAP, FR. SHOCK ABSORBER MOUNTING

(4) 51611-TYF-E02 - ABSORBER UNIT, R. FR. SHOCK

(5) 51621-TVF-E02 - ABSORBER UNIT, L. FR. SHOCK

(6) 51670-TYF-E01 - FR. SHOCK ABSORBER MOUNTING RUBBER

(7) 51684-TYF-E01 - FR. SPRING MOUNT LOWER

(11) 51726-TRT-A01 - BEARING FR SHOCK ABSORBER MOUNT

FR = Front
L = Left
R = Right


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is the car uk or euro spec?
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FDAD wrote: Sat Dec 10, 2022 9:12 pm is the car uk or euro spec?
UK spec, RHD. I'll update the post to add this
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Electric Servo Brake (“Brake Booster”) - 01469-TYF-J01 SIMULATOR SET, BRAKE OPERATING (REWRITABLE)

Had mine fail and throw up a laundry list of errors. No idea why it failed.
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ndoo wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 8:29 am Electric Servo Brake (“Brake Booster”) - 01469-TYF-J01 SIMULATOR SET, BRAKE OPERATING (REWRITABLE)

Had mine fail and throw up a laundry list of errors. No idea why it failed.
Do you have a picture of the part?
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FDAD wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 12:25 pm
ndoo wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 8:29 am Electric Servo Brake (“Brake Booster”) - 01469-TYF-J01 SIMULATOR SET, BRAKE OPERATING (REWRITABLE)

Had mine fail and throw up a laundry list of errors. No idea why it failed.
Do you have a picture of the part?

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ndoo wrote: Sun Jan 08, 2023 6:24 am
FDAD wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 12:25 pm
ndoo wrote: Sat Jan 07, 2023 8:29 am Electric Servo Brake (“Brake Booster”) - 01469-TYF-J01 SIMULATOR SET, BRAKE OPERATING (REWRITABLE)

Had mine fail and throw up a laundry list of errors. No idea why it failed.
Do you have a picture of the part?
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56CE5DF8-29E3-483D-9A77-8F869AD71D15.jpeg

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Besides the errors, did it fail completely or something else?
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FDAD wrote: Mon Jan 09, 2023 8:33 am Besides the errors, did it fail completely or something else?
It failed completely, similar to when a brake booster in an ICE fails, the brake pedal feel was completely ruined and I had to step hard and almost to the end of the pedal travel to get braking.

All the assist features that used brake assist also failed, including (from what I can remember):

- All collision avoidance
- Lane keeping/cut-in prediction
- Cruise control
- 1 pedal mode
- Brake hold

Including one more I did not expect, the steering assist was also disabled (I assume this is brake/torque steering), so the steering wheel felt different.
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ndoo wrote: Wed Jan 11, 2023 2:52 am
FDAD wrote: Mon Jan 09, 2023 8:33 am Besides the errors, did it fail completely or something else?
It failed completely, similar to when a brake booster in an ICE fails, the brake pedal feel was completely ruined and I had to step hard and almost to the end of the pedal travel to get braking.

All the assist features that used brake assist also failed, including (from what I can remember):

- All collision avoidance
- Lane keeping/cut-in prediction
- Cruise control
- 1 pedal mode
- Brake hold

Including one more I did not expect, the steering assist was also disabled (I assume this is brake/torque steering), so the steering wheel felt different.
Great feedback, thanks for taking the time. :)
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Post by milligoon »

No mention of a recall with a safety critical part failure?
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Post by hondaeboy »

asjo wrote: Sun Mar 27, 2022 6:58 pm H emblem front: 75700-TYF-E01 (height 7,5 cm)
H emblem back: 75701-TYF-E01 (height 7,0 cm)
"Honda e" back: 75722-TYF-E01
Nut to fasten emblems: 90301-ST0-003
Thanks to this thread, I just realised I didn't have the letters "HONDA E" on the back anymore. Well, it was actually when someone asked me what type of Renault I was driving, and I was trying to point at the non-existent "E" on the back. :lol: The letters were removed after wrapping the car, and simply forgot to apply new letters.

I was wondering... can the front and back H emblems be easily replaced with existing Type R emblems of the same or similar size?

I was thinking these ones:
75700-S5T-E01 (width 9,2 cm x height 7,5 cm)
75701-S6M-Z01 (width 8,6 cm x height 7,0 cm)
2021 Honda e Advance on 16" RC30 wheels with Goodyear 195/55 & 205/55 tyres.
Wrapped in Red metallic with full black and cinnamon leather interior.
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