Honda Accord: Rear Seat Access - Seats - Instruments and Controls - Honda Accord 2008-2012 Owner's ManualHonda Accord: Rear Seat Access

Driver’s Side

On all V6 models and 4-cylinder EX-L

On all V6 models and 4-cylinder EX-L model

To get into the rear seat on the driver’s side, open the door and pull the release lever up on the side of the seat-back. The seat-back will tilt forward to allow easier entry to the rear seat.

To avoid damaging the seat-back angle

To avoid damaging the seat-back angle adjustment motor, do not operate the seat-back angle switch when the seatback is tilted f orward.

LX and EX models

LX and EX models

To get into the rear seat on the driver’s side, open the door and pull up on the seat-back adjustment lever.

The seat-back will tilt forward to allow easier entry to the rear seat.

Passenger’s Side

To get into the rear seat on the

To get into the rear seat on the passenger’s side, push downward on the release lever at the base of the seat-back, or pull up on the seat-back adjustment lever. The seat-back will tilt forward and the entire seat will move forward to allow easier entry to the rear seat.

After a passenger gets into the rear seat, push the seat-back to the upright position and push the whole seat backwards until it latches. Make sure the seat is fully latched before sitting in it.

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