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Old 07-22-2015, 08:26 PM
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Can't find part number for smoked plastic

Hi all. I'm brand new to the forum. I just purchased a '95 Prelude V-Tec and need to "un-rice" a few things (s**tty aftermarket headlights, spoiler, etc.)

As I've gone over the parts needed, I noticed the smoked plastic lens over the warning lights and clock is cracked. I've been able to track down the part # for the lens over the gauge cluster but have no idea where to find the rest of the dash plastic. Any help?
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Re: Can't find part number for smoked plastic

Welcome to the site! Let me see if I can help you out;

Majestic Honda is a great site to view diagrams of different components of the car. The parts they sell are genuine Honda and are typically better-priced than your local dealerships, but their shipping prices are pretty high so you gotta be careful there on ordering small parts.


Here is a link to the specifics of your car. If I linked it right, you should see all but one of the drop down boxes already filled out.


Here is a link to the 'Instrument Panel', which is one of the options in the last drop down box, perhaps it contains the part you're looking for. Note: you can click the image several times to make it larger and easier to read.


Here is a link to the 'Instrument Panel Garnish'. It's the only other option from the drop down list that I could assume you're talking about.


If you don't see the part you're looking for, play around with that last drop-down to see if you can find the section of the car it's in. Since these cars are getting old, lots of their OEM parts are being discontinued as time goes on. If that ends up being the case for the parts you're seeking, you'll have to resort to looking up aftermarket options, hitting up junkyards.

Another member on here, Bykfixr, swears by another online option, but I can't remember which one, as there's like 4 different ones that vary only by a '-' or an 's'. Carpart.com? Car-part.com? Carparts.com? Those are all websites, but he knows the best one.. Maybe he'll see this post and chime in.
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Re: Can't find part number for smoked plastic

Car-part.com. lol

Honda parts now .com has a search feature where you type the part # in a search bar and it populates which versions had the parts.
For some items, you can do same at their acura store too...like rear view mirrors were used in certain integras, overhead lamps, ashtrays, brake calipers etc.
Great for the junkyard searches.
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Re: Can't find part number for smoked plastic

After digging, I was able to find part # 78115-SS0-A01 as the entire assembly. If I throw a '0' on the end, I found a few part listings of just the cover as part # 78115-SS0-A010. Strange, but at least I found what I was looking for with the sites you two listed. Thanks for the help, guys!
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Re: Can't find part number for smoked plastic

Cool!

Thanks for checking back and providing the info.
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