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Episode #269 - HR-V Splash Guard Installation

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Thanks for this video!!! My splash guards came in from my local dealership yesterday and I put them on in about 30 minutes. Took longer than expected because of the simple fact that I could not get a screwdriver to fit between the tire and the fenderwell.

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Another thank you for the video. I also had trouble with the rear screws closest to the tires until I used the flat edge of a fake Swiss army knife pulled out of the knife halfway. The video was also useful for showing how to use the larger hole under the rear to help pry open the slit where the spring nut goes.

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Any comments on difference of dirt on bodywork before and after?
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Any comments on difference of dirt on bodywork before and after?
I think the OEM splash guards are a fairly common accessory on the board, and others would have more experience with and without them. Personally, I'd put less than 200 miles on my HR-V before installing them, driven under mostly dry conditions. After putting them on, I did drive in some rain and through some road construction. Don't see any visible dirt or rock damage down the sides, so I'm satisfied.

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