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Old 17 Mar 2008, 01:48 pm
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Question Body paint peeling

My 98 Accord (green color) body paint has started peeling off from the roof first and then to the trunk. Now, I am seeing the sign starts from the hood! It started about 2 years ago. I bought the car new and never repainted my car.

I've seen lots of Accord (98-200?) model out on the street but don't see one has the problem like mine. The paint peeling started with little tiny white spots and expanded. Do you know why this is happening? Will Honda do anything about it if I call them?

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Old 17 Mar 2008, 08:20 pm
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My 98 Accord (green color) body paint has started peeling off from the roof first and then to the trunk. Now, I am seeing the sign starts from the hood! It started about 2 years ago. I bought the car new and never repainted my car.

I've seen lots of Accord (98-200?) model out on the street but don't see one has the problem like mine. The paint peeling started with little tiny white spots and expanded. Do you know why this is happening? Will Honda do anything about it if I call them?
Honda's not going to do anything for your paint peeling car. Sorry!. Your car is going on 10 years old and these kinds of things happen with cars this age. I have seen many cars in this age range with the same problem--clear coat is peeling. If it really bothers you, see about getting a cheap paint job. Otherwise, it really isn't a big deal.
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Honda's not going to do anything for your paint peeling car. Sorry!. Your car is going on 10 years old and these kinds of things happen with cars this age. I have seen many cars in this age range with the same problem--clear coat is peeling. If it really bothers you, see about getting a cheap paint job. Otherwise, it really isn't a big deal.
I assume the clear coat you said is the layer of the white spots. Well, actually the green layer is peeling off on the roof now. The white spots are on the hood and the truck top. If I don't get the car repaint soon, will the body starts getting rusty?
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Hey, guys I am looking for a good body paint shops in new york.. I own 2 buses and I want the body paint job on them. I have found some near to my place but they are charging much as I not expected.

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