Honda Accord: Trunk Lid Torsion Bar Replacement - Trunk Lid - Body - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Trunk Lid Torsion Bar Replacement

Special Tools Required

Torsion Bar Assembly Tool 07AAF-SNAA100

1. Remove the trunk lid torsion bars (A) from the torsion bar center clip (B).


3. Remove the torsion bar center clip (A) from the body.


3. Remove the torsion bar center clip (A) from the body.

4. Install the torsion bars In the reverse order of


4. Install the torsion bars In the reverse order of removal, and note these Items: - The shapes of the right torsion bar (A) and the left torsion bar (B) are shown. Install the torsion bars properly.

- Adjust the torsion bars forward or rearward with the torsion bar assembly tool.

- The torsion bars were Installed at the factory in the normal position as shown.

- Make sure the trunk lid opens properly and locks securely.

Trunk Lid Weatherstrip Replacement


    Trunk Lid Adjustment
    1. Remove the rear shelf (see page 20-128). 2. Pry up the notches (A) to release the rear hooks (B), and pull up the cap (C) to release the side hooks (D), then remove the cap. 3. Slightly lo ...

    Trunk Lid Weatherstrip Replacement
    NOTE: 4-door Is shown; 2-door Is similar. 1. Remove the trunk lid weatherstrip (A) by pulling it off. 2. Locate the painted alignment mark (B or C) on the trunk lid weatherstrip. Align the pain ...

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    Compass Calibration
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