Question about 2009 Honda Accord Tourer
I have pushed and pulled them in ever direction but think if I use too much force I will break the internal clips. I have tried to find a download supplement to the workshop manual as the main one doesn't cover the Tourer but have so far been unable to do so.
Just had to do this today and also found no help on the www.
To do it I used a small electricians screwdriver as it's got a plastic coating and won't damage the plastic. Anything flat and wide will do, but cover with a cloth or tape to prevent damage.
To take off the curved sections [the ends] feel under the rail at the front edge of the plastic curved section and you'll find the join. I gave this a bit of a wiggle to free it up a bit and then went to the bottom outside edge. Put the screwdriver in there and gently pried off the plastic cover sliding it backwards when free. They're fairly flexible and robust.
Taking this off reveals two 10mm bolts [same in the front, but total of 4 in the middle section]. The plastic strips just pull off.
Top tip: Note the order you take everything off as it needs to go back in reverse order.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to remove tailgate cover
most car all makes these days use push clips on the hidden panel side or visible screws or smaal cicular covers hidding the screw heads or a combination of clip and screw.pull the panel towards you inspect it has a lip at the window glass then push to the sky,
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
SOURCE: Bumper cover removal
It is a little more complicated than that. There are two nuts below the headlight assemblies in the engine compartment. You will need to remove the battery and overflow bottle to get at the one on the passenger side. Remove the turn signals in the bumper, then there are 2 or 3 bolts holding a mounting bracket behind the each of the turn signals. There are a number of bolts with washer heads and reatiners on the underside of the bumper as the previous responder indicated.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Start with the rear console. Two screws on the sides, then open the console and pry up the plate in the bottom. Remove the screws under the plate. Pull emergency brake lever. Remove cup holder insert. Three more screws to remove. Now the console will come out when you lift it and pull it back out of the clips. Next remove the ashtray. One screw behind the ash tray two more for the cover. Disconnect wires. the stereo is accessible.
Posted on May 11, 2009
This is a real pain, took me forever to find mine... there is a little TINY slot that you can fit a VERY small flat head screwdriver in to pop it off.
Dont worry, the plastic is durable, just try to use a precision screwdriver if you have one and basically pry it open. it really will just Pop off once you get in there
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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