Question about 2009 Honda Odyssey
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If doors are repairable, its best and less expensive to repair the dents, and have them repainted. Used doors usually come without the internal components, such as power window motors, switches, power door lock modules, etc. You would have to transfer all those from the old door to the replacement one. Additionally, even if you are lucky enough to have replacement doors of the same color, the wear pattern (sun discoloration) will be different than yours, and you will probably have to repaint them anyway. basically, it comes down to comparing the cost of the used door, and taking the dent out, assuming that you will have to paint both.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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