Splash Guards and Mud Flaps for Honda Odyssey

Splash guards and mud flaps for Honda Odyssey are used in conjunction with your fender to help protect your Honda from damage due to mud. While driving, mud or other flying debris can be flung up by the rotating tire. Mud guards protect your car from this flying debris, and they can also be a stylish feature to improve the look of your Odyssey.

What are the different types of mud flaps?

There are several types of mud flaps and splash guards for the Honda Odyssey. You can choose from different materials as well as styles to create a custom look.

  • Rubber: Rubber splash guards are some of the most heavy-duty mud flaps you can purchase. These have high protection and durability.
  • Molded plastic: With molded plastic mud flaps, you can choose from custom-molded that look like an OEM or factory flap or a more standard option.
  • Stainless steel: Stainless steel accessories are typically selected for a vehicle for their style and shine.
Are mud flaps needed for a Honda that doesnt go off-road?

Mud flaps are a good investment to protect your car whether your Odyssey travels off-road or not. Elements from the road can splash onto your vehicle, and over time, this can cause corrosion of the metal or damage to your paint. Adding splash guards can help prevent rust and protect your Honda and its frame.

How do you install front splash guards?

There are a few simple steps for installation.

  1. Clean the area to prepare it for installation.
  2. Remove the push pin on the frame of the car, and replace it with the insert that comes with the guards.
  3. Remove the bolt and screw located at the bottom of the side panel.
  4. Mount the mud flap and repeat on the other front wheel well.
How do you install rear mud guards?

To install them in the rear, a little bit of extra work needs to be done. Follow these short steps, however, and it will be a quick process.

  1. Clean the area.
  2. Install the included insert into the mount hold under the side bumper.
  3. Use the guard as a template and drill small holes in the fender panel. Install the flaps using spring clips.
  4. Attach using the screws, and repeat on the other rear wheel.