Remove the back seat

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Barbara via CarKB.com, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. Hey guys and dolls!
    Can anyone help with how to remove the back seat of a 1993 Honda Accord
     
    Barbara via CarKB.com, Oct 12, 2005
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    Elle Guest

    www.autozone.com has free repair guides for this accord. Put in your vehicle
    year, make, model, follow the pointers to the guides, go to the "Body &
    Trim" section, then "Interior," then "seats."

    I pulled the front seat out of my 91 Civic last year. One of the easier jobs
    I've done on it.
     
    Elle, Oct 12, 2005
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    N.E.Ohio Bob Guest

    Works best to remove the back first, then the bottom. Seat back is held
    in by bolts that are at the rotation point of the seat at the bottom
    outer edges.
    There is a 12mm bolt about in the mid line of the back edge of the seat
    bottom. You'll need a socket on a longish extension to reach past the
    cushion to loosen and remove the bolt. Tip the seat up from the back
    edge, and there are two places along the front edge where the frame
    slips into holes. Bottom should lift out.
    Reassembly is easy, but remember to feed the seatbelts back through the
    holes in the seat and clip them to their correct end. This helps find
    them after the seat bottom is back in place. bob
     
    N.E.Ohio Bob, Oct 13, 2005
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