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6th Gen In the years from 1996 to 2000 Honda released it's 6th Generation Civic. Chassis codes: EK9, EK4, EK3, EJ6, EJ8, EJ9, EM1


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Old 07-26-2009   #1 (permalink)
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Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

Hi all. I just wanted to ask if any of you know where I can get a new black plastic piece that goes under the driver's side front fender, of my 1997 honda civic ex. I guess I ran over a board or a tire or something the other day, and it tore mine all up. I am talking about that dust shield piece that clings to the bottom of the fender and it also looks like some of it might have went under the bumper a little bit. Normally I try to take very good care of my car but I guess this one might have slipped by me. Anyone know where I can get a new piece, for cheap?
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

the dealership, they are cheap as dirt
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

Thanks man. Im kind of new to the honda scene, in a way. Can you think of any other items like that, that are very cheap from the dealer? I know that people fear going to the dealer, and for good reason. But, you get that odd ball part every once in a while that is cheaper at the dealer than anywhere else lol. And on top of that, you are getting a quality part that honda deems fit to be on their cars. Not always the case with a parts store aftermarket. So can you think of anything else, anything at all that i might get for cheap while I am there? It is a bit of a long drive for me, at 2 hours.
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

Also, what exactly is it called? Just to be clear I am talking about a two and a half foot long piece of black plastic that clings to the whole length of the bottom of the fender. Not the splash guard things that sort of block the stuff that the tires throw up on to the body.
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

I told them it was my wheel well liner and they gave me the right part. It was about $16. I can't really think of anything else you might want to pick up. There are a lot of dealerships online so you can always just google one in your area and order from them.
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

I went to Partsource for mine. It was much cheaper than the dealer. Call any parts place and call your dealer, see who gives you the better price. Mine fit perfectly as well.
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

weird, I tried to get one of those at the dealer and it was like $80 or something so I ordered it for $20 online. It's under the car so if it isn't perfect, I don't care, it's job is to collect dust!
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Re: Where is a good place to get new wheel well plastic?

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Hi all. I just wanted to ask if any of you know where I can get a new black plastic piece that goes under the driver's side front fender, of my 1997 honda civic ex. I guess I ran over a board or a tire or something the other day, and it tore mine all up. I am talking about that dust shield piece that clings to the bottom of the fender and it also looks like some of it might have went under the bumper a little bit. Normally I try to take very good care of my car but I guess this one might have slipped by me. Anyone know where I can get a new piece, for cheap?
How did you attach it to the existing liner? Thanks.
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