Honda Accord: Glass Replacement - Moonroof - Body - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Glass Replacement

1. Close the glass fully.

2. Slide the sunshade all the way back.

3. Pry out the lid (A), remove the screw (B), and release the hooks (C), then remove the bracket cover (D).

Repeat on the opposite side. Remove the TORX bolts (E) with a TORX T25 bit from the glass brackets (F) on both sides.

4. Remove the glass (A) by lifting it up. Do not damage


4. Remove the glass (A) by lifting it up. Do not damage the roof panel.

5. Install the glass in the reverse order of removal, and


5. Install the glass in the reverse order of removal, and check the glass position alignment procedure (see page 20-91).

6. Check for water leaks (see step 9 on page 20-57). Let the water run freely from a hose without a nozzle. Do not use high-pressure water.

NOTE: It is normal for some water to seep past the moonroof into the moonroof frame, and exit through the drains.

    Glass Position Adjustment
    The roof panel (A) should be even with the glass weatherstrip (B), to within 0+1/— 1 mm (0+0.04/—0.04 in) all the way around. If not make the following adjustment: 1. Remove the brac ...

    Glass Weatherstrip Replacement
    1 . Remove the moonroof glass (see page 20-91). 2. Place a piece of masking tape (A) on the middle of the front edge of the moonroof glass (B). Make sure that the tape is on the glass only, and i ...

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