Honda Accord: Trim Removal/Installation - Rear Shelf Area - Interior Trim - Body - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Trim Removal/Installation - Rear Shelf Area

Special Tools Required

KTC Trim Tool Set SOJATP2014*

*Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program; call 888-424-6857

Rear Shelf

SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations, 2-door (see page 24-23), 4-door (see page 24-21) and the precautions and procedures (see page 24-25) before doing repairs or service.

NOTE: - Put on gloves to protect your hands.

- Take care not to bend or scratch the rear shelf or the trim.

e use the appropriate tool from the KTC trim tool set to avoid damage when removing components.

1. Remove the C-pillar trim, both sides: - 2-door (see page 20-119) - 4-door (see page 20-123) 2. From the trunk compartment, turn the high mount brake light socket (A) 45 В° counterclockwise to remove the socket. 4-door is shown; 2-door is similar.

3. For some models: Disconnect the Active Noise


3. For some models: Disconnect the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) rear microphone subharness connector (A).

2-door


4. Remove the clips securing the rear shelf (A), and


4. Remove the clips securing the rear shelf (A), and remove the washers (B) from between the rear shelf and the body. 4-door is shown; 2-door is similar.

5. Remove the rear shelf (A). Be careful not to damage


5. Remove the rear shelf (A). Be careful not to damage the speakers.

-1. Pull up the entire rear shelf to detach the clips , -2. Lift the rear shelf upward and forward to release the rear hook (B) from the body, and release each anchor rod (C) out through the hole in the rear shelf.

-3. Pull both rear seat belts (D) (4-door) and rear center seat belt (E) out through the slits (F) in the rear shelf.

2-door




7. Install the rear shelf in the reverse order of removal,


7. Install the rear shelf in the reverse order of removal, and note these items; - Remove any clips left in the body with a clip remover, and install them on the rear shelf.

- If the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones.

- Be careful not to damage the speakers.

- When installing the rear shelf, slip the rear seat belt and the rear center seat belt through the slits in the rear shelf properly.

- Make sure the high mount brake light socket is connected securely, and the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) rear microphone subharness connector {for some models) is plugged in properly.

- Push the clips and the hooks into place securely.

Rear Parcel Shelf Dynamic Damper - 2-door

NOTE: -Put on gloves to protect your hands.

- Take care not to scratch the body.

1. Remove the rear shelf.

2. Remove the bolts (A), then remove the rear parcel shelf dynamic damper (B). Take care not to hit the rear window when removing the bolts.

3. Install the damper in the reverse order of removal.


3. Install the damper in the reverse order of removal.

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