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Old 02-06-2012, 11:38 AM   #61
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I did not - never saw that pdf and College Hills didn't mention it to me when I ordered. The cover doesn't add that much weight. The door is currently working fine, at this point I will just wait and see.
I notice that my hatch is stiff and slow to raise in cold weather... I often have to push it all the way up.

When it's warm it raises fine.

Not sure which struts I would have.

(I have a 2010 model with privacy cover from the factory)
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Old 02-06-2012, 04:27 PM   #62
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well' intersting privacy cover not that heavy why have two different type of Struts Honda want to make more money?? they should go same as 2010 model if anything.
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Old 02-14-2012, 07:43 AM   #63
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For those still researching this, the 2012 part numbers (A03) are a little cheaper. Hondaautomotiveparts.com(Majestic) seems to be cheapest compared to College Hills and Bernardi, my three favorites. The hooks are the same part #.
The items are all the same BTW, there is no difference between the A02 number on '10 and '11's, and the A03 number for the '12, other than slightly lower prices.

2- 84402-TP6-A01ZA HOOK, RR. SHELF *NH167L* $8.30 (4.15ea)
1- 84400-TP6-A03ZA LINER, TAILGATE $83.44
1- 84410-TP6-A03ZA COVER, CARGO *NH167L* $104.45

Subtotal $196.19
*Sales Tax: $0.00
**Shipping Charge $17.14 (to Atlanta)
Handling Charge $4.95
Total $218.28

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Old 12-10-2012, 09:20 PM   #64
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From Post 27 Image #11162011088 - I broke one of the push clips. Anyone know if I can just get a replacement clip? Part #? 2010 Crosstour. Thank You.

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Old 12-13-2012, 09:35 AM   #65
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From Post 27 Image #11162011088 - I broke one of the push clips. Anyone know if I can just get a replacement clip? Part #? 2010 Crosstour. Thank You.

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Here is the part diagram for the rear shelf (and area).

http://estore.honda.com/honda/parts/...b=B++3950&dl=#

From a quick search, I can't find which parts are the ones you are speaking of... not sure if I just didn't look hard enough, or if they are going to be more difficult to find.

Worst case, you could always go to the Parts department of the dealer and make them do the leg work.

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Old 12-15-2012, 10:39 PM   #66
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I notice that my hatch is stiff and slow to raise in cold weather... I often have to push it all the way up.

When it's warm it raises fine.

Not sure which struts I would have.

(I have a 2010 model with privacy cover from the factory)

I feel bad for not seeing this thread and chiming-in sooner.

I have a '12 NAVI, and I acquired the whole rear assembly off a '10, and fit it with no issues.
Although I have to take it out to fit more "stuff" in the back, i like having the privacy and clean look it provides.

NOW - as for the pneumatic struts on the back hatch....I'm not overly pleased with how mine are performing.
Even WITH the privacy shelf removed, my hatch is less than eager to raise by itself in warm or cold weather.
I'm already irritated that we don't get a power lift gate, but I'm finding the
rear struts to be less than adequate for the job.
I leased mine, so i'll just SEE how they continue to degrade, and post back if i get a warranty done or not.
if I DO the warranty, i will most definitely insist on the "heavy duty" variant.

Good info on that one btw....to whomever first posted the info.

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Old 12-16-2012, 12:36 AM   #67
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Here is the part diagram for the rear shelf (and area).

http://estore.honda.com/honda/parts/...b=B++3950&dl=#

From a quick search, I can't find which parts are the ones you are speaking of... not sure if I just didn't look hard enough, or if they are going to be more difficult to find.

Worst case, you could always go to the Parts department of the dealer and make them do the leg work.

Yes, it's those pins - well one of them at least. I put too much stuff in the hatch and it got caught when I opened the hatch and fell off onto the ground - breaking the pin.

I'll go to the parts department.

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Old 12-16-2012, 11:24 PM   #68
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My 2012 CT EXL did not come with the cover either. I'm thinking this is an option and must be bought as after market from other replys I have read but just fyi as I havnt completely verified with dealer....
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:18 PM   #69
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My 2012 CT EXL did not come with the cover either. I'm thinking this is an option and must be bought as after market from other replys I have read but just fyi as I havnt completely verified with dealer....
This is correct.

It was standard on the '10 and possibly the '11 models.

It became an extra cost accessory later.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:05 PM   #70
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I had posted earlier about this screen - I like it, but my wife hates it. It's her car and she transports several large items for her work at the hospital. She has thus asked me to sell it. If interested, let me know - its black with all hardware for install. I'm in Knoxville, TN and asking $150. It's in excellent condition. Let me know.
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:03 AM   #71
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Barmstrong447, do you still have this item? It is the rear privacy screen for the cargo area? Would you ship to Dallas?
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Old 12-29-2012, 06:39 PM   #72
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I asked about the Cargo Cover when I picked up my 2012 EX-L w/Nav in June. The Salesman made a few calls and told me it was one of the changes Honda made to increase rear visibility. I guess it blocks that lower rear glass when it is installed.
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Old 12-29-2012, 09:11 PM   #73
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I asked about the Cargo Cover when I picked up my 2012 EX-L w/Nav in June. The Salesman made a few calls and told me it was one of the changes Honda made to increase rear visibility. I guess it blocks that lower rear glass when it is installed.
This is incorrect. It installs below the lower glass.

What *really* blocks rear visibility through the lower glass is the rear seats. Lowering those is remarkable.
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Old 12-30-2012, 04:01 PM   #74
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Is there an alternative to the Honda privacy cover? Another solution that won't make the hatch difficult to open, or block driver visibility? I supposed one could just use a tarp to cover the cargo area.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:55 PM   #75
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Just bought a certified 2011 AWD with 15k miles. Dealer was exceptionally deceptive IMO. When I asked where the cargo cover was, he said Honda never included it since the beginning of time, but that it was an accessory. I asked him to point out the accessory in the Crosstour Accessory booklet, and of course it wasn't listed, after which they hemmed and hawed not knowing what to say, other than the new 2012 in the showroom doesn't have one. I asked why the slots for such a device were still clearly shown, and that cars from 1977 or so had a cargo cover included in virtually every non-basic hatchback known to man, they had no answer. It got worse. When we made it to the "finance guy," he allowed as how the bumper to bumper 36mo/36k warranty was no longer applicable, that the b to b coverage expired after 12 months, but that he had a "wrap" maintenance contract for $1900 that would cover everything. Having been through this type of purchasing routine before, but not at a Honda dealer, I managed to steal the car and not buy anything other than what already was on or in the car (which already had the beautiful $2400 chrome wheels, dura shield on hood and door edges, roof rack, unused snowboard attachments, wheel lug locks, cargo tray, & mud flaps). Bought it complete for $24,500. Won't be going back to this dealer for any service. Oh, and when filling out the financial paperwork, you know, the fifty sheets of stuff that they put in front of your face while waiting for you to not read or know anything about, well, the finance guy had included an "As is, Limited Warranty" which was 30 days/3000 miles. When I asked about this, he said all their used cars come with this; when I declared this seemed superfluous given that this was a Honda Certified car, he looked puzzled. I produced an iPhone image of the color ad they were running online indicating it was indeed a Certified vehicle, he was startled and had to show his boss in some remote location no one knows about; but upon return, allowed as how, yes, it was a Certified car, which as we all know, covers an additional 12mo/12000mi over and above the 36/36k regular warranty, plus the drive train etc. Rather than argue with this twit I simply got out of there with the car intact and paid for. I'm hoping for better relationships with another dealer.
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