Honda Accord: Rear Door Sash Inner Trim
Replacement - Doors - Body - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Rear Door Sash Inner Trim Replacement

4-door

NOTE: Take care not to scratch the door.

1. Remove the door panel (see page 20-38).

2. Lower the glass fully.

3. Remove the door sash inner trim (A).

-1. Pull back the outside edge of the trim to release the rear hook (B) from the door.

-2. Pull back along the outside edge of the trim to release the hooks or the hook strips (C) from the door glass opening flange at the quarter glass area and the roof area of the door sash.

-3. Release the hook (D) from the glass run channel (E) at the front corner of the door sash.

-4. Pull back along the outside edge of the trim to release the hooks or hook strip (F) from the door glass opening flange at the B-pillar area of the door sash.

-5. Release the front hook (G) from the door.

Japan-produced models

USA-produced models


USA-produced models

4. Install the trim in the reverse order of removal, and


4. Install the trim in the reverse order of removal, and push the hooks or the hook strips into place securely.

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