Wow thats a lot for sensors, I got quoted around $800, but theres a secret to getting them for free...Let the dealer scratch your brand new '06 Black EX-L while trying to park it in the mantiance shop then file a report with the BBB, and they'll throw it in for free, with crossbars, and an extended warrenty. Although the memory of the scratch will haunt you forever...GreenMachine said:Geez, I am bringing this thread back from the dead. Anyway, just got quoted $1,129 for backup sensors installed on my 2006 that I will pickup Saturday. :3: What a joke... :32:
I think I will just install them myself. I figure I can take a day off work, take apart my brand new Pilot, and still be hundreds of dollars ahead.
Not really. I would have paid about $200 labor to have it installed by the dealer, and since I would be doing it at the time of purchase, I would also get the 3yr/36K mile warranty on the parts and labor, versus the 12month/12K mile warranty on the parts only by installing myself. Honestly, I don't think they like doing those installs because there's too much to mess up and that's why they priced it so high. But, I guess there might be a handful of suckers who would take that price though, but I am certainly not one of them.timchen said:the one mistake you made is to contact dealer