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The rear seat is four (4) pieces.
You will need two tools a 6mm and 8mm wrenches. 1.) Unbuckle the rear seat belts. 2.) Locate the bolt in the center part of the rear seat, between the cushion and the seat-back. Remove the bolt with a 6 mm socket wrench. 3.) Push down firmly on the front edge of the rear seat cushion and pull it toward you to unhook and remove the rear seat cushion. Push the seat belt stalks through the center holes and lift the cushion out of the Accord. 4.) Pull the lever on the side of the rear seat bolster to lower the rear seat-back, which must be in the down position to access its bolts. 5.) Slide the center seat belt toward the passenger side of the vehicle. Move the loop over the edge of the seat-back to prevent it from hindering removal. 6.) Remove the three bolts from the bottom edge of the rear seat-back, using an 8 mm socket wrench. One bolt is in the center; the other two bolts are on either side. 7.) Pull the rear seat-back out of the Accord. The remaining sections of the seat should be the two side bolsters. 8.) Remove the bolts from the bottom of the side bolsters with a 6 mm socket wrench. Push firmly against the first side bolster. Push it upward to slide it out of its mount. Repeat the process on the bolster on the other side to finish removing the Accord's rear seat.
This should take approximately 15-30 minutes depending hoe mechanically inclined a person is.
PUSH IN CENTER FRONT EDGE CUSHION TO DISENGAGE PART OF SEATS WIRE FRAME FROM CLIPS.WITH CLIPS UNHOOKED LIFT UP AND REMOVE SEAT.IF REAR SEAT NOT HELD IN PLACE WITH CLIPS. LIFT UP THE REAR SEAT CUSHION AND PIVOT IT FORWARD. DETACH THE RETAINING BOLTS AT THE LOWER EDGE OF THE SEAT BACK AND IF NECESSARY REMOVE THE SEAT BELT ANCHOR BOLTS.LIFT UP ON SEAT BACK REMOVE IT..
Retractor and Tongue—Sedan
SPECIAL SERVICE TOOL(S) REQUIRED
Safety Belt Bolt Bit
T77L-2100A NOTE: Safety Belt Bolt Bit T77L-2100-A should be used for safety belt removal and installation.
Remove rear seat cushion. Refer to Section 01-10 .
Seat Cushion, Rear
Apply knee pressure to lower front portion of the rear seat cushion. Push rearward to disengage rear seat cushion pad and frame (600A88) from rear seat cushion front retainers (63370).
Remove rear seat cushion from vehicle.
Remove rear seat back. Refer to Section 01-10 .
Seat Back, Rear
60/40 Split Bench—Sedan Removal
NOTE: Safety belt bolts do not secure seat back to vehicle.
Remove rear seat cushion as described.
Fold down back seat and remove two bolts in the center of each seat back striker plates.
Remove two bolts from outboard rear seat back frame retaining brackets.
Lift seat back up and pull forward to remove from vehicle.
Remove panel (52018) and quarter trim panel (31012). Refer to Section 01-05 .
Trim Panel, Quarter—Sedan
Remove rear seat. Refer to Section 01-10 .
Pull up on rear section of rear door scuff plate that overlaps lower quarter trim panel.
Pull lower quarter trim panel away from body.
Remove safety belt retaining bolt.
Feed safety belt through lower quarter trim panel.
Remove safety belt anchor plate-to-sill bolt from quarter panel.
Remove retractor anchor nut and retractor from rear quarter panel.
Remove upper seat belt anchor bolt and anchor from upper rear quarter panel.
Slide anchor plate end of safety belt through the openings in the quarter trim panel.
Remove outboard front safety belt retractor and tongue (611B08) from the vehicle.
Bolt (Part of 611B68)
Upper Rear Quarter Trim Panel
Retractor and Tongue
Rear Quarter Panel (Part of Body)
Lower Rear Quarter Trim Panel
Mounting Stud (Part of Body)
Remove seat belt anchor bolt and retractor and tongue from rear deck panel.
To install, reverse Removal procedure.
Make sure the safety belt webbing is not twisted. If it is, remove the twist.
Tighten retractor anchor bolt and safety belt anchor plate-to-sill bolt to 34-46 Nm (25-33 lb-ft).
I think you have to remove headrst bfore folding seat back down. You may have to unbolt seat from floor. 4 bolts.
Rear Seat Backrest —Split Bench
Removal NOTE: The 40% rear seat backrest must be removed before the 60% rear seat backrest. 40% rear seat backrest
Remove the 40% rear seat backrest.
Remove the nuts and bolts.
Remove the backrest.
60% rear seat backrest
Remove the 60% rear seat backrest.
Remove the nut and bolt.
Remove the backrest.
Installation NOTE: The 60% rear seat backrest must be installed before the 40% rear seat backrest. 60% rear seat backrest
NOTE: Do not tighten the nut and bolt at this time. Install the 60% rear seat backrest.
Install the rear seat backrest.
Install the nut and bolt.
40% rear seat backrest
NOTE: Do not tighten the nuts and bolts at this time. Install the 40% rear seat backrest.
Install the rear seat backrest.
Install the nuts and bolts.
60/40% rear seat backrest
Tighten the 60/40% rear seat backrest nuts and bolts in the sequence shown.
40% Rear Seat Backrest
Tighten the 40% rear seat backrest nuts and bolts in the sequence shown.