What part should i order for honda crv exl this part was holding my battery in place

Asked by Fit159 Oct 04, 2018 at 01:17 PM about the 2012 Honda CR-V EX-L FWD with Navigation

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Which part number is this bolt for the battery

5 Answers


You might want to try the service counter at any Honda dealer, or hit up a bone yard or pull a part.

Thank you. The dealership sells seperate parts and had to order a unit seperately each costing over 200. For a portion not a whole. Ill try to find a bone yard?


Dealerships love being less than helpful. Guarantee if THEY needed just a bolt they're not going to order the whole assembly. Try any salvage yard or pull a part. The part was probably used in a number of similar Honda models across several years, bring the old one with you so you can compare. "Pull a Part" sends you out into the yard to pull your own part, something like this they'd let you have for $1. Other types of salvage yards usually pull the part for you and might charge more. (they also may have a lot minimum, like $40 to 50, so unless you have a lot of parts to chase after avoid them and go to Pull a Part.)


That part looks like part of a battery cable end. It may not be available separately. I work at a Ford dealership and resent the comment about dealerships being less than helpful. We are VERY helpful where I work.

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