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This bracket popped off--do I need it?

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Old 09-03-2012, 04:03 PM
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This bracket popped off--do I need it?

Was putting the cap back on the washer reservoir and the little plastic mount popped off (the insert that fits in the white plastic mount that's part of the washer reservoir)--can't find the darn thing anywhere. What do you call this part--and should I replace it? Thanks for any advice!


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Old 09-03-2012, 04:56 PM
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It's just a plastic clip, retaining clip, or push-clip (#26 in the diagram). Part number: 91501-S04-003

I broke that one a while ago and replaced it with a zip-tie. You can buy a new OEM Honda clip, but it's really not necessary if you just secure it with a ziptie or a generic clip from an auto parts store.

Try using this site (http://www.bernardiparts.com/default.aspx) next time you're looking for a part name/number. That's where I pulled the diagram and part # for you. Just enter your vehicle info and then browse through the parts diagrams.

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Old 09-03-2012, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by doctordoom View Post
It's just a plastic clip, retaining clip, or push-clip (#26 in the diagram). Part number: 91501-S04-003

I broke that one a while ago and replaced it with a zip-tie. You can buy a new one but it's really not necessary.

Try using this site (OEM Honda Parts & Honda Accessories - Bernardi Honda Parts and Accessories) next time you're looking for a part name/number. That's where I pulled the diagram and part # for you. Just enter your vehicle info and then browse through the parts diagrams.

Its apparently the push pin type fastener that secures the bracket to the firewall. Don't know if you have to have it you can easily replace. to minimize vibration of the washer container. Yeah, replace it.
 
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Old 09-07-2012, 06:15 PM
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Fairly common problem, I simply replaced it with a plated nut and bolt.
 
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