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Old 09-01-2016, 08:57 PM
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2017 Acura RDX Speedometer and dash board gaps

I just bought a 2017 Acura RDX and I notice there is a huge gap between the top of the gauge cluster( speedometer) and dash board. I also can see a little light coming through it. Does any one here has the same problem?? Need your help. I went to the dealership and they said this is normal.. But I still don't think this is normal because it looks cheap.
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Ah yes! The old "it's normal" dodge.
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Originally Posted by Rdx2017 View Post
I just bought a 2017 Acura RDX and I notice there is a huge gap between the top of the gauge cluster( speedometer) and dash board. I also can see a little light coming through it. Does any one here has the same problem?? Need your help. I went to the dealership and they said this is normal.. But I still don't think this is normal because it looks cheap.
take a look at this thread:
https://acurazine.com/forums/second-...-issue-947324/

MULTIPLE people have had the same dash separation that you are having with their '16s.
it looks to be a defect in manufacturing, so while normal to 16s and 17s....not normal in the sense that IT SHOULDNT be happening

from the original poster, chickdr:
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Old 09-06-2016, 08:04 AM
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Lots of RDX's have this issues. Its so bad, Acura wont do anything about it. I feel like getting this out to the local media outlets.
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:58 PM
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I am having the same issue. I first noticed a gap in June when my '16 RDX was 5 mos old. I noticed light coming from inside the dash. Dealership tried replacing the cluster twice and then I was told there's no repair. I called Client Care and was told it has been repaired to the best of their ability. I am very frustrated that my car with less than 8,000 miles looks like it has an after market part. and no one at Acura cares to help resolve this.
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Welcome to the club...
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I just bought a 2017 Acura RDX and I notice there is a huge gap between the top of the gauge cluster( speedometer) and dash board. I also can see a little light coming through it. Does any one here has the same problem?? Need your help. I went to the dealership and they said this is normal.. But I still don't think this is normal because it looks cheap.
hi there im new to the site. We bought 2017 acura rdx last year jan 2017 for my wife’s car and just notice over the weekend theres a big gap between the cluster and the dashboard panel then we went to the dealership they said they fixed it but still there. Dont know if theres a website about any recall for rdx
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Unfortunately it is normal. Just the way it is.
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