HONDA E SPARES [P/N]

Faults and Technical chat for the Honda E
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Verone
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hondaeboy wrote: Fri Apr 07, 2023 8:28 pm
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)

Was thinking this myself, would be a nice visual upgrade for sure :D

Have you measured the emblems on your car and checked they're roughly the same size? I believe the only issue might be the spacing of the pins on the back of them, however with strong enough 3M tape you shouldn't need the pins.
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Has anyone found an online parts listing yet? Its very useful for the older honda's in the household, even just for the exploded diagrams.

I need 4 new center caps for my alloys, the aluminium is corroded, but I'd rather faint from the price whilst sitting at home rather than in the dealership!
'21 e Advance - Charge Yellow - E1702RR alloys
'17 Civic Sport CVT
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Verone wrote: Fri Apr 07, 2023 9:16 pm Was thinking this myself, would be a nice visual upgrade for sure :D
Well, the answer is apparently: it can be done. Put them on today, and it looks amazing. :lol:

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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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hondaeboy wrote: Tue Jun 13, 2023 6:57 pm
Verone wrote: Fri Apr 07, 2023 9:16 pm Was thinking this myself, would be a nice visual upgrade for sure :D
Well, the answer is apparently: it can be done. Put them on today, and it looks amazing. :lol:
This looks fantastic - I'm going to have to get the same for mine I think. Have pictures of the rear too?

How hard was it to remove both the old emblems? Curious as to how easy it was to get the front one stripped off, and how access was to the rear one? Have any photos or information regarding how to strip things down?
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Verone wrote: Tue Jun 13, 2023 9:02 pm How hard was it to remove both the old emblems? Curious as to how easy it was to get the front one stripped off, and how access was to the rear one? Have any photos or information regarding how to strip things down?
Ultimately it was less difficult than I thought, although there are different ways to go about it.

The 'purist' option is to remove all the necessary big parts (grill, panels, etc.) and cleanly remove the emblems that way. But that's really difficult and time consuming.

The simple option is the just jank them off. Based on all the Youtube videos, you have a "male" or a "female" way to go about it. :lol: The male version is to use a screwdriver, slap it behind the emblem, and break it off piece by piece. I chose to follow the first video coincidentally done by a woman. lol. She managed to get the emblem off in one piece, and without scratches to the car.

First, get a bunch of plastic cards (like old credit cards for instance), slide them in between the car and the emblem one by one. It slowly creates more and more space. Then I took a little flat paint mixing stick, wrapped it in a microfiber cloth, and slowly stuck it in place of the credit cards, pry a bit and apply some forced until you hear a slight pop. And repeat that for the other side, and there you go!

I'm not entirely sure what happens to the little caps at the back of the original emblem though. They might just end up stuck in the car forever and rattle in the car and cause nightmares in the long run. haha

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Has anyone replaced the foam block in the picture?
It's a spacer that's attached close to the pedestrian sensors on the front bumper beam.
Need the P/N please.

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84521-TYF-E01ZA - Boot floor (plastic honeycomb hard board covered in fabric, 2 flappy bits, pull cord loop) - about 160quid.

Beware shell helix oil containers do not have a foil seal under the cap!!!
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FDAD wrote: Tue Mar 15, 2022 9:43 am We could (should) gather collection of known part numbers for the E.
01469-TYF-J01 Electric Servo Brake / Brake Booster
08E0P-TYF-EPRR Extensive Protection Pack
08E0P-TYF-ILLU Illumination Pack
08E0P-TYF-PRR Protection Pack
08E0P-TYF-UR03L Urban Pack Black And Blue
08E0P-TYF-UR04L Urban Pack Black
08E12-TYF-600 Illuminated Doorstep Garnishes / Door Sill Trims
08E16-TYF-600 Console Illumination
08E70-TYF-G00B Mode 2 P Evse Cable Kit
08E70-TYF-G00G Mode 3 Cable Phase 1
08E70-TYF-G00H Mode 3 Cable Phase 3
08E90-TYF-G00A Power Charger
08E90-TYF-G00C Power Charger S
08E90-TYF-G00E Power Charger S+
08F01-TYF-600 Front Under Spoiler Blue
08F01-TYF-600A Front Under Spoiler Black
08F05-TYF-600A Door Still Trims / Doorstep Garnishes
08F21-TYF-600 Front And Rear Grille Decoration Blue
08F21-TYF-600A Front And Rear Grille Decoration Nordic Silver
08F30-TYF-600 Sticker Set Front And Rear
08F34-TYF-610 A Pillar Decoration Nordic Blue
08F34-TYF-620 A Pillar Decoration Nordic Silver
08L14-E09-C00U Thule Bicycle Carrier Coach
08L14-E09-E00U Thule Bicycle Carrier Easyfold
08L92-TYF-K13P Detachable Bicycle Carrier Attachment Kit (13 Pin Harness)
08P00-TYF-600 Mud Guards Front And Rear
08P03-TYF-600 Bumper Mouldings Black And Blue Accent
08P03-TYF-600A Bumper Mouldings Black Accent Front And Rear
08P05-TYF-600 Side Body Trims Black And Blue Accent
08P05-TYF-600A Side Body Trims Black
08P11-TYF-610 Reversible Boot Mat
08P15-TYF-510 Elegance Floor Mats
08P18-TYF-510 Front Rubber Mats Blue Accent
08P19-TYF-610 Rear Rubber Mats
08P35-TYF-600 Charge Port Lid Cover
08P38-TYF-600 Windshield Cover
08P48-TYF-600 Charge Port Protection Film
08P90-TLA-600 Child Seat Go I Size
08P90-TLA-600A Child Seat Go Base I Size
08P90-TLA-600B Child Seat G1 Trifix I Size
08P90-TYF-600 Child Seat G2 And 3 Kidfix
08R06-TYF-610 Camera Mirror System Cover Blue
08R06-TYF-620 Camera Mirror System Cover Nordic Silver
08R63-TYF-G10 Leather Cushion Set Midnight Black
08R63-TYF-G20 Leather Cushion Set Dark Brown
08U08-E6J-610C Tablet Holder Set
08U08-E6J-610D Coat Hanger Set
08U89-TYF-E00 Fabric Armrest
08W17-TYF-KTBLA 17" Alloy Wheel Set E1702 Pack
08W17-TYF-KTBLU 17" Alloy Wheel Set E1701 Pack
08W42-SJD-602 Wheel Lock Nuts Set Chrome Honda
08W42-SP0-R00 Wheel Cap Nuts Chrome
08W42-SZT-000 Wheel Caps Black
08W42-T7S-601 Wheel Lock Nuts Black
08Z03-TYF-510A Interior Panel Set Bronze
08Z03-TYF-KIT5A Interior Panel Set Bronze Advance Grades
08Z03-TYF-KIT5B Interior Panel Set Bronze Base Grades
08Z25-9R6-600 First Aid Kit
08Z90-TYF-G00A Pedestal (1 Charge)
08Z90-TYF-G00B Pedestal (2 Charge)
1T311-61M-E01 Ac Cap Set / Grey Charging Port Cover
42510-TYF-E00 Rear Brake Discs
42700-TYF-E91 Disk Aluminium Wheel (17X7½J)
43022-TYF-E01 Rear Brake Pads
44200-TYF-G51 Front Wheel Bearings
44300-TYF-E01 Rear Wheel Bearings
44700-TYF-E82 Disk Aluminium Wheel (16X6J)
44700-TYF-E91 Disk Aluminium Wheel (17X6½J)
45022-TYF-E00 Front Brake Pads
45251-TYF-E00 Front Brake Discs
46472-568-000 Brake Hose Banjo Bolt Washer
51320-TRT-A01 Anti Roll Bar Drop Link / Rear Stabilizer Bar
51320-TYF-E01 Anti Roll Bar Drop Link / Front Stabilizer Struts
51401-TYF-E02 Spring Front
51403-TRT-A01 Rubber Left Front Spring Mount Upper (Right And Left)
51608-TBA-A00 Cap Front Shock Absorber Mounting
51611-TYF-E02 Absorber Unit Right Front Shock
51621-TVF-E02 Absorber Unit Left Front Shock
51670-TYF-E01 Front Shock Absorber Mounting Rubber
51684-TYF-E01 Front Spring Mount Lower
51726-TRT-A01 Bearing Front Shock Absorber Mount
72121-TAA-003ZC Right Side Internal Handle Access Cover (Taa R1)
72161-TAA-003ZC Left Side Internal Handle Access Cover (Taa L2)
73111-TYF-G11 Windshield
75700-S5T-E01 Honda Emblem Front Type R
75700-TYF-E01 Honda Emblem Front
75701-S6M-Z01 Honda Emblem Back Type R
75701-TYF-E01 Honda Emblem Back
75722-TYF-E01 "Honda E" Back
76620-TYF-E01 Drivers Wiper Blade Right Hand
76620-TYF-E01 Drivers Side Wiper (23")
76620-TYF-G01 Drivers Wiper Blade Left Hand
76630-TVF-E01 Passenger Side Wiper (18")
76630-TYF-E01 Passenger Wiper Blade Right Hand
76630-TYF-G01 Passenger Wiper Blade Left Hand
80291-TF3-E01 Standard Cabin Air / Pollen Filter
80292-TLA-505 Enhanced Cabin Air / Pollen Filter
90301-ST0-003 Nut To Fasten Emblems
93600-060-140H Brake Disc Screws
HONDA-ATF-DW1 Atf Maintenance Fluid 3L
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Wrapped in Red metallic with full black and cinnamon leather interior.
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Does anyone have the part number for the center cap for the black 16" rims?
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Post by Fed »

Would somebody have access to the installation instructions for the following items ?

- 8E12-TYF-600 Illuminated Doorstep Garnishes / Door Sill Trims
- 08E16-TYF-600 Console Illumination
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