The Honda car is a mid-model Honda car, which comes in both coupe and sedan formats. Over the years, it has grown progressively larger. Although the Honda car is still sold today, many people prefer to buy a used Honda car to save money and at the same time get all the reliability of the vehicle. With age, of course, comes deterioration. Seats are the most common item to deteriorate in a Honda car because they are always occupied. If you need to replace or repair the rear seat of your Honda car, you will have to remove it first.
How to remove the rear seats from the CR-V
- Move the driver and front passenger seats as far forward as possible. This is optional, but you may need additional space while working in the back seat.
- Locate all the retaining bolts that secure the rear seat to the CR-V floor. They will not be covered with trim.
- Tilt the rear seat forward and remove the retaining bolts with a socket wrench.
- Slowly lift the rear seat and remove it from where it was mounted. Pull the seat forward and then get out of the CR-V. Take the seat out of the car. Ask a friend to help you get the car seat out of the car.
How to remove rear seats in a Honda Odyssey: how to remove seats from Honda Odyssey
- Pull up on the seat back adjustment lever on the side of each seat. Fold each seatback fully forward.
- Pull the release lever under each seat cushion to unlock the seats from the floor. The lever is located under the front edge of the seat.
- Raise the rear of the seats to disengage them from the floor locks.
- Pull back on the front of the seats to unhook them from the ground. Rotate the seats up to completely disconnect them from the floor.
- Take the seats out of the vehicle through the side door.
How to remove the rear seat of a Civic, remove honda civic seats
- Locate the two levers at the base of the seat cushion on the passenger side of the Honda Civic. Pull the two levers to separate the seat cushion from the floor tray.
- Locate the 12 millimeter (mm) bolt secured between the foam for the passenger side cushion and the foam for the middle seat cushion. Use a 12mm socket, six-inch extension bar, and ratchet to remove the bolt.
- Lift the cushion out of the Civic.
- Locate the bar that runs through the bottom of the seatback. Now that you have the seat cushion out of the Civic, you can see the bar. Remove the three screws that secure the seatback to the bar with a 12mm socket and ratchet, and lift the seatback out of the Civic.
How to Remove the Rear Seat from a Honda Civic Hatchback
- Open the Civic’s rear hatch by pulling the release lever located to the left of the driver’s seat on the floor (next to the gas fill door opening).
- Remove the mounting bolts that hold the Civic’s rear seat in place. Mounting bolts are located at the base of the seat at each corner of the seat and in the center of the seat. The screws are screwed to the chassis of the car.
- Pull the seat up to remove it from the ground.
- Pull the rear seat out of the back of the hatchback. You may need a friend to help you remove the seat as it is a bit awkward and heavy doing it yourself.
How to remove the rear seat in a Honda Accord
- Fold the rear seat down into the Accord by pulling the seatback forward and folding it down at the top of the seat. Some Accord models may have a latch that you must pull to release the rear seatback.
- Lift up the plastic rivets holding the mat to the bottom of the seat with a trim removal tool.
- Remove the two bolts on each side of the rear seat where the seat folds. These four bolts hold the seat back frame in place.
- Remove the center bolt holding the seat base back down.
- Pull up on the rear of the bottom of the seat and release the two hooks at the front of the bottom of the seat to remove the rear seat assembly.
how to remove the seats from a honda accord
Special tools are required
- KTC SOJATP2014 Trimming Tool Kit *
- * Available through the Honda Tools and Equipment Program; call 888-424-6857
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