HONDA E SPARES [P/N]

Faults and Technical chat for the Honda E
MattHero
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EEEE wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 3:55 pm
MattHero wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 1:39 pm
EEEE wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 12:16 pm is that the 3rd or 4th failure of the booster now that's been reported? can't wait for that to fail out of warranty (mine runs out end of month!)
Yeah. I'm out of warranty and my dealer hasn't got a slot to take a look for *a month*. So a long time off the road and probably a bill for close to £1000? Meh.
A month? That's just crazy. Parts take about 3 days to get in from Belgium I think, but a whole month with an undriveable car that's just bonkers. Any dealer can do the work, perhaps look somewhere else? I suspect the bill will be north of £1000, hopefully not by much.

If you are out of warranty - worth asking for the old part back!
Good idea! Sadly, no other repair option anywhere near.

It's a month just to get a slot at the dealers for repair; they're fully booked until April in their workshop. But I'm expecting it'll be 1. check car and confirm it's the booster 2. order the part 3. then do the repair. So it's probably going to closer to 2 months on the bus for me I think.
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76632-S2K-004 : wiper rubber in the back
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76632-T6L-H04 : wiper rubber in the front - passenger side
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88217-TZA-003ZB: "HOLDER, SUNVISOR *YR416L* (YR416L MAX IVORY)"

Sunvisor clip. Bought from Cox Motor Parts for £6.13 + £5.99 UK shipping. Trivial to replace.

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The USB covers on the back of the centre console that are frequently kicked off by my kids... 39091-TZA-J01
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Im planning on upgrading the Brake discs but cant find the perfect replacement for it. I wanna drive the car faster but to do that I need to be sure that the parts can handle it. So for starters Im gonna go with brakes and gonna move on from there if anyone have any suggestions Im open for it.

I found a video on upgrading the brakes but I line in Turkey and getting parts from UK (The company produces teh brakes ar in UK) is expensive and time consuming. This is the video:



And the parts he is talking about are here : https://www.dream-automotive.com/produc ... 8500104272
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Dany528 wrote: Wed Jun 26, 2024 9:19 am Im planning on upgrading the Brake discs but cant find the perfect replacement for it. I wanna drive the car faster but to do that I need to be sure that the parts can handle it. So for starters Im gonna go with brakes and gonna move on from there if anyone have any suggestions Im open for it.

I found a video on upgrading the brakes but I line in Turkey and getting parts from UK (The company produces teh brakes ar in UK) is expensive and time consuming. This is the video:



And the parts he is talking about are here : https://www.dream-automotive.com/produc ... 8500104272
The only thing that i noticed fatigue on was the back suspension beginning to feel spongy... everything else behaved properly even when driven hard.
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Interesting!
This is Dany528's first post here, and it includes a video link. The Honda e's brakes are generally considered sufficient. Makes you wonder about the motivation behind the post, doesn't it?
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EEEE
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Post by EEEE »

Regardless of whether the original brakes can take a beating or not with regards to heat dissipation, much more important for fast driving is brake feel.

The brake feel on the e is just absolutely terrible. Either the pads are made from wood, or the simulator interferes so much with their working as to make any improvements to the actual braking hardware a waste of time.

I suspect changing to a harder pad wouldn't help as the simulator is interfering with the hydraulic circuit so the feedback is false.

For a new car, I can honestly say the brakes do not inspire confidence. This is coming from a perspective of having a car used on track with mild braking modifications.
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