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Probably not the place to post but.. those wondering why the Tilting Side Mirror when in reverse isn't working. You need the mirror control selector switch turned to the R or right side. Then the feature works when in reverse.
 

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Probably not the place to post but.. those wondering why the Tilting Side Mirror when in reverse isn't working. You need the mirror control selector switch turned to the R or right side. Then the feature works when in reverse.
I saw that in the manual, and chuckled to myself over them using R for "Right" and "Reverse" simultaneously ... probably right though, i think it'd be better on the manual thread ... or on a new "features how-to" thread
 

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Probably not the place to post but.. those wondering why the Tilting Side Mirror when in reverse isn't working. You need the mirror control selector switch turned to the R or right side. Then the feature works when in reverse.
Yooooo I had been trying to find out how to get it to work; you’re the man!
 

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hey everyone, i LOVE the new integra, but i don't love the shift knob. Does anyone have any thoughts/recommendations on where i can find a nice black leather knob to replace the stock knob with? I do like the Civic type R knobs but i'm wondering if they will fit the Integra, does anybody know? As an aside, I've looked on amazon and i dont like the cheap carbon fiber/metal knobs that are available there. TIA!
I have an S2000 CR shift knob I am holding on to for an ITS 😍
 

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My dealer has the all weather mats and trunk tray in stock. They are really nice. A firm ridged rubbery material with a metal Integra badge on the side.

I also ordered the rear seat pet protector which will be here in 2 days. It covers the entire rear seat and headrests while still allowing for buckles. No more worry about the orchid seats.
Does anyone know if Civic all weather floor mats will fit?
 

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Awesome inquiry/question: I did not get my car yet, but I do not like the look/anticipated feel of the shift knob based on pics - especially compared to the shift knob of my present 2019 Mazda Miata which I love! Is it possible to "safely" replace the factory shift knob? That's an accessory Acura should have made available for the Integra - as well as 4 summer tires!
@math4scher, I have a '19 Miata too! What knob do you have?
 

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I noticed the accessory price lists that were posted were made to look like a factory price list, but then I saw the prices were all over the place; obviously set by the dealers, not the factory.

We’re in Vermont where sub-zero temps are common in winter, so l was checking the cost of the engine block heater. You guys showed it, installed, from $274 up to $337. It’s a $85 part and an incredibly easy, simple job to do in about 45 minutes. I installed one myself in our old Honda Civic a few years ago.

Finally, I found genuine Acura accessories cheaper by ordering them online from Bernardi’s in Natick, Massachusetts. They looked up the part numbers and e-mailed them to me so that I could place my order online. 15% off, no freight if over $75, and no sales tax. I found seemingly lower prices elsewhere but then you get hammered with high freight charges plus tax. Bernardi’s is an Audi, Honda, Acura dealership and does a big online parts business. I used to buy my Honda parts from them. They’re great.
 

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Hold onto your seats ladies and gents…here is Acura of Plano (TX) aka David McDavid Acura’s 23 Integra ACCESSORIES pricing list:

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Hold onto your seats ladies and gents…here is Acura of Plano (TX) aka David McDavid Acura’s 23 Integra ACCESSORIES pricing list:

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Setting aside the inflate costs, they said if I opt for the 19” wheels and tires that not only do I have to buy 4 new tpms , that I do not get to keep the factory 18”wheels/tires and tpms that came with the car from the factory. I don’t get that, if the Integra comes stock (depending on ur trim level), why wouldn’t I get to keep the oem wheels tires and tpms if I’m adding optional accessories after the fact (this a list of accessory pricing not factory upgrade pricing)
 

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Setting aside the inflate costs, they said if I opt for the 19” wheels and tires that not only do I have to buy 4 new tpms , that I do not get to keep the factory 18”wheels/tires and tpms that came with the car from the factory. I don’t get that, if the Integra comes stock (depending on ur trim level), why wouldn’t I get to keep the oem wheels tires and tpms if I’m adding optional accessories after the fact (this a list of accessory pricing not factory upgrade pricing)
You do get to keep the stock wheels and tires. You pay for them in the cars price. They are trying to pull a fast one.
 

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Setting aside the inflate costs, they said if I opt for the 19” wheels and tires that not only do I have to buy 4 new tpms , that I do not get to keep the factory 18”wheels/tires and tpms that came with the car from the factory. I don’t get that, if the Integra comes stock (depending on ur trim level), why wouldn’t I get to keep the oem wheels tires and tpms if I’m adding optional accessories after the fact (this a list of accessory pricing not factory upgrade pricing)
Yeah that doesn’t seem right. Some dealers will buy the tires back from you but the rims and tires are yours.
 
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