08P00-TA0-100 | Honda Splash Guards (Accord Sedan 2008-2012) - Bernardi Parts Honda
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Honda Splash Guards (Accord Sedan 2008-2012)

Part# 08P00-TA0-100
List Price: $106.08
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Keep your Honda Accord Sedan looking sharp with the Honda splash guards.
  • Custom-fitted in wheel wells to blend in and protect the wheel wells from minor road debris.
  • Installation made easy with no-drilling which helps protect again corrosion.
  • Made of injection-molded thermoplastic for superior strength.
  • Includes four splash guards.
Fits: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Accord Sedan models
Warning WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov For exposure to both listed carcinogens and reproductive toxicants.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
November 9, 2008

Caution!!! These splash guards will NOT FIT the 2008 Honda Accord Coupe. You will have to drill the guard to install all the screws provided.

BernardiParts.com Response - The customer is correct. As the product is described, these fit an Accord Sedan. Accord Coupe Splash Guards will need to be ordered for a Coupe.

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December 17, 2009

Fits my Accord (V6) perfectly and serves its purpose! Can't say how easy it was to install as I had a mechanic install them. I shorted it a star because my Car is nighthawk black & the splash guards are grey so they stand out a bit on my night rider.. but overall I’m pleased.

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March 19, 2012

Very easy to install. I recommend removing the rear wheels for ease of installation.

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April 30, 2012

Easy to install. Using a short stubby screwdriver, you don't need to remove the rear wheels. On my 2011 EXL, the right rear piece doesn't come out as the instructions say. I just bolted the new one over it, no problems. Step 9 was a little confusing in the picture. Pull the bumper out away from the chassis a bit and you'll see where it goes. (it's in the hole where the top screw came out)

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