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2015 tourer alloy fuel flap info needed

Hi just wondering how much the alloy fuel flap is and how does it fit and if it can be removed with out damage as the car is a lease car don't want to get one and damage flap so get changed in 3 years thanks
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You can find it on coxmotorparts.
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Looked on honda site and says 135 that's a bit steap wonder if any traders doing them cheaper still want to how they fix . Thanks I'll look
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You can find it on coxmotorparts.
81 that's for black
Chrome is nearly 100 that a good bit more than black
Thanks I don't think I will bother as you have to drill flap.

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you could always leave it fitted when you return the car then you would have no hassle as to be fair this is a genuine Honda accessory
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Dead easy to fit. You just need to release a tab internally and it slides off. Can email you fitting instructions.
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Dead easy to fit. You just need to release a tab internally and it slides off. Can email you fitting instructions.
So do you don't need to drill them then ? Yer can you send to me in pm thanks
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So do you don't need to drill them then ? Yer can you send to me in pm thanks
I'd also appreciate fitting instructions
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No problem will send them this evening.
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No problem will send them this evening.
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So do you don't need to drill them then ? Yer can you send to me in pm thanks
No drilling whatsover, you basically remove the existing lid by releasing an internal tab with a flatbladed screwdriver (cover the tip in masking tape to prevent damage) and then slide and click the sports cap in place.
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No drilling whatsover, you basically remove the existing lid by releasing an internal tab with a flatbladed screwdriver (cover the tip in masking tape to prevent damage) and then slide and click the sports cap in place.
Sounds easy thanks
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Yeap, it is the same

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Hi folks,
Fitted this today on my tourer. Very easy to fit. I'm just concerned re shape as there is a slight gap at the top of the lid now. See second picture. Is this ok? Will water get in?
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I think you didn't fit it correct. Did you slide it? Did you hear click?

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I'll check again...

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Do you have instructions of fitting?
If not, i can send them to you but on Monday morning

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It's fitted flush so on right


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Yes Honda part came with instructions
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