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Old 17 Aug 2009, 08:59 am
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Red face 2009 accord back bumper crack repair


I am new here. I just purchased 2009 Honda Accord LX two days ago. Yesterday, I found there was around 5 inch long vertical crack on the back bumper. Unfortunately, I don't know when it happened.

Is it covered by warranty?
If not, how much it will cost? If I replace it with OEM bumper, does it look same? how much total cost would be? bumper (Honda or OEM) + labor.

Or can I do it by myself? I don't want to mess with brand new one but I am also concerned about the cost if it is not covered by warranty.

What about claiming insurance? Probably, bad idea when I have 500 deduction?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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