True, but I do not think blue loctite will help with these type of fasteners.I can't see it going anywhere if installed correctly.
You should double check that its inserted correctly and tightened properly(go over each screw twice in circle). Use some locktite blue if you must...
I use a lock washer under the head of those 3 bolts......haven't lost one since. With regard to those 1/4 turn fasteners, I doubt Locktite would do any good. I've had zero issues with the 1/4 turn fasteners.True, but I do not think blue loctite will help with these type of fasteners.
Steer clear of water on the road......one good splash and that giant sucking machine could come to a quick stop. I don't think that bottom cover is there for aerodynamics.i leave mine off, its a PITA to reinstall
I just took mine off after the 6th time of having it drop down. The dealership service department keeps accusing me of hitting something. Funny thing is, I owned a 2015 and never had the issue once. Feel like I am being taken advantage of The part has already been replaced twice. The dealership has always done the installs and reattached when loose. I really feel like there is a defect in my vehicle that the bolts don’t stay in.Basically agree with the above there is a way to botch the “install” it appears honda mechanics get bonuses for this. It is $140+part I have no idea how much the labor is.
The plate was free after I showed them they did all my oil changes. Needless to say I did all the work on my car following that waste of time.
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I stripped one of these screws at the rear most point. Dealer charged me $4 for this part.View attachment 135544
I think these are the problem. These lube guys dont know what to do.