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Old 09-23-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Center Console Lid Leather

09 RDX, the leather on the center console lid starting lifting , while I was in for a B1 I pointed it out to service writer, the Acura dealer agreed to replace it under warranty. They have seen this before. They were very good about it. Take a look at yours
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ive been reading up and learning a lot on this forum - and yes, this is covered by TSB. - there's a list somewhere posted - i printed them all out before buying my RDX to see what's the potential reliability issues and compared it with the german cuvs...
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what do you mean by "lifting"? like bubbling? or the panel that's actually wrapped in leather is separating from the console lid?
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Same thing happened to my '08. I took it to the dealer and they agreed to replace it however it was back ordered. They just received it and I am going today to get it put on. I hope the replacement does not do the same thing.
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5 -6 large bubbles. Acura is replacing the hinged lid, really the only way to fix it.
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Lexol, lexol, lexol. Keep the car cleaned & conditioned and this problem will belong to the next owner.
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The same thing happened to my 2007 RDX,had it replaced
under warranty,also have had the back passenger arm rest replaced
for the same problem
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Lexol, lexol, lexol. Keep the car cleaned & conditioned and this problem will belong to the next owner.
Or, how about a little courtesy and have it replaced under warranty...
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Or, how about a little courtesy and have it replaced under warranty...
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At some point the warranty goes away...and so does the courtesy replacement...here is what an RL owner did...

http://rl.acurazine.com/forums/showthread.php?t=781944

In the case of minor bubbling, one reported using an iron at medium heat with a towel so as not to burn the vinyl, and it re-heated the vinyl enough to stick it back and remove the bubble. Proceed with caution. Too much heat and....
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