what window is the least expensive to replace on a 2011 Honda odyssey?

Asked by Mar 23, 2014 at 09:49 AM about the 2011 Honda Odyssey EX-L w/ DVD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I locked my key inside, think I might have to break a window to retrieve keys...wanted to know which one is the easiest to replace?

3 Answers

24,005

they are all more expensive than AAA- however, if you must, pick one of the side windows, a rear one, hopefully it is flat glass- this is obviously gonna cost less than one of those big, curved pieces of glass on the front or back

15

Call a locksmith! If you have insurance that will allow you to add roadside assistance, do that first. Progressive is $11 per month and will send someone to open the door. Breaking the window should be the last resort

263,835

RIght, they will use a slimjim to open the door. No need to break a window,

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