Pop up hood warning

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Vacaloca
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Post by Vacaloca » Tue Aug 16, 2022 10:56 pm

I've just had a quote from honda for £1713 for the same issue! Absolutely not a mark on the bumper, but they say someone must have revesred into my car whilst it was parked and it triggered the pop up hood warning. Seems absolutely ludicrous!! Anyone else getting this issue? I just can't believe that the slightest touch on the bumper can cause 1700 pounds of damage!

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Reuben80
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Post by Reuben80 » Thu Aug 18, 2022 1:53 pm

Vacaloca wrote:
Tue Aug 16, 2022 10:56 pm
I've just had a quote from honda for £1713 for the same issue! Absolutely not a mark on the bumper, but they say someone must have revesred into my car whilst it was parked and it triggered the pop up hood warning. Seems absolutely ludicrous!! Anyone else getting this issue? I just can't believe that the slightest touch on the bumper can cause 1700 pounds of damage!
That amount is if the whole system activated. Tell them it is only the sensor to be replaced, because the hood did not pop up. They are just seeing wrong quotation price. It could be also the alignment, not even necessary to be replaced. But in order to know that, they still need to dismantle the front of the car so would cost you money anyway.

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