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How do replace Honda Accord Armrest Vinyl Front Door Panels Armrest Covers

Need to replace honda ccord front door panel armrest.

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The armrest is part of the door panel--you just need to get a new panel (ar0und 25$ at a pick and pull). then you unscrew all the screws, and gently pry up the tabs along the edge, pull it off and replace---you could probably type it in on you tube and watch someone show you how to do it specifically.

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    i thought you meant a 99 accord. i'm not sure if it is exactly the same, but i'm sure you can type in your year and model on youtube with the question and i guarantee there will be a video that shows you exactly how. good luck!

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See the crack, the arrm rest is in 2 pieces remove the side it is snap ,there is 2 or 3 screws inside

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SOURCE: interior door handle replacement 1992 honda accord

Do u mean the door latch, which u pull to open the door, or the plastic molded handle u grab to shut the door? If it's the latch, there are two small round plugs in the plastic area of the door lock and locking switch. Use a small flat end screwdriver to pry them out , exposing two philips head screws. If this isn't what u needed, let me know, I'll get more info for u. countrycurt0

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SOURCE: 2004 Honda Accord Euro. Central

I am a mechanic and had the same problem with a 2005 Acord that I purchased couple of months ago. Contact through the trade provided little help. The problem arose during a week that we in Adelaide, South Australia had a record o 40+ degrees centigrade heat. I noticed the drop knob slightly moving when the immobiliser was activated, but the drivers door failed to lock. Key locking would lock all doors however.
The cost of a door actuator from a Honda dealer was $185.00 (Aus), about $250 (US). The spare parts guy told me they had them in stock and sold a number of them. As a result I decided to find out whether the actuator was in fact faulty. I susequently removed the door lock and actuator assembly from the door. (A fiddly type job). The actuator assembly is in a plastic sealed assembly. By using a lot of patience and a box cutter I was able to cut around the assembly and then carefully lever the plastic housing apart. This revealled the small electric motor (similar to a slot car motor) that drove a worm and wheel assembly and a system of cams that actuated the door lock system. I found on dismantling the electric motor that the armature was coated with grease from the wormwheel /cam assembly that is mounted above the motor when installed in the vehicle. I cleaned the armature and brushes using superfine wet and dry carborundum paper, undercut and cleaned out the two armature segments of all remaining grease with a solvent. The motor was then tested with 12 volts and found to be ok. I then reinstalled the motor and glued the housing back together. It now works fine. I believe the housing was either initially overfilled with lubricant or that the high ambient temperature caused the grease to melt and flow into the elecric motor contaminating the motor. (There is no seal between the gearbox and the electric motor). The job took a few hours from start to finish but I saved the cost of purchasing the part and didn't let it beat me.
Cheers and beers
Alistair Buckley

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SOURCE: 2005 Honda Accord Front Bumper cover replacement

easy there is a screw on both sides were bumper and fender meet just pop back fender liner its a phillips head. Then pop hood remove clips on black trim infont of radiator. Underside where bumper goes under car remove those clips and 10mm bolts after all is removed bumper just pulls off ...... may have to give it a hard **** a few times but it will come off. Should only take 15-20min to remove if its your first time

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SOURCE: Door panel removal from 2005 Honda Accord

You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle, arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want to break them. If needed, you can pull back the weather seal (can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to access everything inside the door

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SOURCE: Replacing passenger window in 1998 Honda Accord LX

yes you can replace it, more than likely I would try getting a replacement window from your local import salvage yard. you will need to remove the door panel screws (normally in the small pull compartment to close the door) and one in the latch, both have a plastic cap that needs to be pried up, it is also connected to the screw or bolt. next, you will need a flat blade screw driver or flat pry bar to take off the panel, start at the bottom. it should just pop out (loud snapping noise). In addition, there is a triangular shaped black plastic cap in the corner, that will also pry off. You will need to unplug the window and door lock connector, carefully remove the lining, you should be able to gain access to the two bolts that hold the window in place. you might have to raise or lower the door till you see them in the removal holes, should be a 10 mm socket. After you loosen remove old glass and install new one and re assemble as you have taken apart, Good Luck!!

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Door Panels REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 1989–91 Vehicles
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. On 1990–91 vehicles, remove the speaker grille.
  3. Remove the retaining screws from the door inside handle cup.
  4. If equipped with armrest courtesy lamps, remove the lens, detach the bulb and wiring assembly from the pull cup and remove the pull cup.
  5. Working through the pull cup opening, disconnect the remote lock rod from the lock knob.
  6. Remove the retaining screw and the remote mirror bezel nut from the power window regulator housing switch plate, if equipped.
  7. Raise the plate to expose the window switch and power door lock switch and disconnect the switches.
  8. Remove the retaining screws from the armrest finish panel.
  9. Remove the retaining screws from the armrest and remove the armrest.
  10. Using a suitable trim pad removal tool, carefully pry the trim panel plastic push pin retainers from the door inner panel. NOTE: Do not use the trim panel to pry the clips from the door inner panel. Replace any bent, damaged or missing push pins.
  11. Disconnect the radio speaker wiring, if equipped.
  12. Remove the trim panel and watershield. To install:
  13. If the door panel is to be replaced, transfer the plastic push pins to the new panel. Make sure that the watershield is positioned correctly to the door sheet metal. Remove the door pull handle from the old panel and transfer to the new one.
  14. Position the door panel loosely to the door belt opening and route the wiring harness through the appropriate access holes in the panel.
  15. Connect the radio speaker, if equipped.
  16. Align the plastic push pins on the door panel to the holes in the door sheet metal and press the pins into place.
  17. Install the armrest and route the window regulator, remote mirror cable and power lock harness through the access hole.
  18. Install the armrest finish panel.
  19. Install the power window regulator switch plate housing to the armrest connecting the power window switch, power door lock switch and remote mirror bezel nut, if equipped, prior to securing the retainer screw.
  20. Connect the lock remote rod to the lock knob retainer boss. NOTE: Make sure that the remote rod is fully seated into the retainer boss, then function manually or with the power switch to ensure smooth operation of the lock knob.
  21. Install the bulb and wiring assembly.
  22. Install the lamp lens, if equipped, and the pull cup.
  23. On 1990–91 vehicles, install the speaker grille.
  24. Connect the negative battery cable. Fig. 1: Front door panel — 1990–91 vehicles 84170064.gif
    Fig. 2: Rear door panel — 1989–91 vehicles 84170065.gif
1992–98 Vehicles
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. If removing the driver's door panel, remove the nut from the outside rearview mirror control switch.
  3. Remove the window regulator switch housing by gently prying up, starting at the front. Fig. 3: Front door panel — 1992–98 vehicles 84170066.gif
    Fig. 4: Rear door panel — 1992–98 vehicles 84170067.gif
    Fig. 5: Remove the window regulator switch housing by gently prying up, starting at the front 89600p08.jpg

  4. Detach all connectors from the switch housing.
  5. Remove the door inside handle cup.
  6. Remove the push pin from the door trim panel upper front extension and remove the screw.
  7. Remove the lower self-tapping screw retaining the door trim panel to the door inner panel. Fig. 6: Detach the switch housing electrical connector and remove the housing 89600p09.jpg
    Fig. 7: Remove the door inside handle cup 89600p01.jpg
    Fig. 8: Remove the screws from the door panel in the front and on the upper extension 89600p02.jpg

  8. On Grand Marquis, pry up the screw covers from the door pull handle and remove the screws and handle.
  9. Lift the door panel upward and snap out the panel. Fig. 9: There are also retaining screws located in the map pocket as well as . . . 89600p03.jpg
    Fig. 10: . . . along the bottom edge of the door panel 89600p04.jpg

  10. Disconnect the necessary wire harnesses and remove the panel. To install:
  11. Connect the wire harnesses to the door panel, as necessary.
  12. Install the door panel by pushing in and down until it snaps into place.
  13. Install all self-tapping screws retaining the door trim panel to the door inner panel.
  14. On Grand Marquis, install the door pull handle, tighten the screws and install the screw covers.
  15. Install the push pin covering screw on the panel upper front extension.
  16. Install the inside door handle cup.
  17. Install the window regulator switch housing and install the nut on the outside rearview mirror control switch, if removed.
  18. Connect the negative battery cable. Fig. 11: Lift the door panel upward and snap out the panel to remove it from the door 89600p05.jpg
    Fig. 12: Rotate the door marker lamp bulb and remove it from the door panel 89600p06.jpg
    Fig. 13: Detach the connectors for the trunklid and fuel door release switches 89600p11.jpg
    Fig. 14: Slide the relay connector off of the door panel and remove the door panel from the vehicle 89600p17.jpg
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How do I remove the door panel and replace the inside door handle


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  1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
If equipped with screw retained door pull handles, remove the screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. If equipped with remote control mirrors, remove the remote mirror escutcheon, then disengage the end of the mirror control cable from the escutcheon.
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Door lock remote control handle

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Removing the clip from inside the door handle

3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the cover plate screws, then disconnect the switches and the cigar lighter (if equipped) from the electrical harness.
4. If equipped with an integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. If equipped with an armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest-to-inner panel screws.

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View of the armrest switch cover plate and remove mirror cable attachment

  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips from the front and the rear of the upper trim panel, using tool No. BT-7323A, then lift the upper door trim and slide it slightly rearward to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, disengage the electrical connectors from the switch assembly.
  1. Along the upper edge of the lower trim panel, remove the mounting screws. At the lower edge of the panel, insert tool No. BT-7323A between the inner panel and the trim panel, then disengage the retaining clips from around the outer perimeter. To remove the lower panel, push the panel down and outward to disengage it from the door.
If equipped with courtesy lights, disconnect the wiring harness.
  1. If equipped with an insulator pad glued to the door inner panel, remove the pad (with a putty knife) by separating it from the inner panel.
To install:
If replacing the inner pad to the door inner panel, use 3M General Trim Adhesive No. 8080, glue it to the panel.
  1. If removed, glue a new inner pad to the door inner panel.
If equipped with courtesy lights, connect the wiring harness.

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Exploded view of the window regulator handle

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Exploded view of the door trim panel

  1. Engage the retaining clips around the edge of the lower trim panel, then install mounting screws.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, engage the electrical connectors to the switch assembly.
  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, engage the retainer clips to the front and the rear of the upper trim panel.
  2. If equipped with an integral armrest, install the retaining screws.
  3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, engage the switches and cigar lighter (if equipped) harness connectors, then install the cover plate and secure using the plate screws.
  4. If equipped with remote control mirrors, engage the control cable, then install the remote mirror escutcheon.
If equipped, install the pull handle screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. Install the door handles and the locking knob to the inside of the doors.
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Exploded view of the 2-piece door trim

  1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
If equipped with screw retained door pull handles, remove the screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the cover plate screws, then disconnect the switch
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  1. If equipped with an integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. If equipped with an armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest-to-inner panel screws.
  2. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips from the front and the rear of the upper trim panel, using tool No. BT-7323A, then lift the upper door trim and slide it slightly rearward to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, disengage the electrical connectors from the switch assembly.
  1. Along the upper edge of the lower trim panel, remove the mounting screws. At the lower edge of the panel, insert tool No. BT-7323A between the inner panel and the trim panel, then disengage the retaining clips from around the outer perimeter. To remove the lower panel, push the panel down and outward to disengage it from the door.
If equipped with courtesy lights, disconnect the wiring harness.
  1. If equipped with an insulator pad glued to the door inner panel, remove the pad (with a putty knife) by separating it from the inner panel.
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  1. If removed, glue a new inner pad to the door inner panel.
If equipped with courtesy lights, connect the wiring harness.
  1. Engage the retaining clips around the edge of the lower trim panel, then install mounting screws.
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  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, engage the retainer clips to the front and the rear of the upper trim panel.
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  3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, engage the switch harness connector, then install the cover plate and secure using the plate screws.
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  1. Install the door handles and the locking knob to the inside of the doors.

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Wait til you get a leak in the door plastic. Then the water turns the waferboard door panel to mush.

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Front door panels


yes you need to remove the door panel and here is the instructions via TIS (Toyota info system)

DISASSEMBLY
1. REMOVE THESE PARTS:
HINT:
Tape a screwdriver tip before use.
(a) Door inside handle bezel
(b) Armrest
(c) Armrest panel base upper
(d) Courtesy light
(e) Lower frame bracket garnish
2. REMOVE DOOR TRIM
(a) Remove the 3 screws from the door trim.
(b) Using a screwdriver, remove the clip and remove the trim
by pulling all of the trim up.
HINT:
Tape the screwdriver tip before use.
(c) Remove the 11 screws and armrest base from the door
trim.
(d) Remove the inner weatherstrip from the door trim.
(e) Remove the 8 screws and door pocket from the door trim.
3. REMOVE THESE PARTS:
(a) Door belt moulding
HINT:
Pry out the clip from the edge of the panel, and remove the
moulding .
(b) Door weatherstrip
NOTICE:
Do not pull strongly on the weatherstrip as it may tear.
(c) Door inside handle
(d) Door lock control relay
(e) Service hole cover
BO2455
Cotton
Tape
Panel
Cover
BO−10
BODY − FRONT DOOR
NOTICE:
Do not block the trim clip sealing with the tape.
(f) Outside rear view mirror
(g) Door glass run
(h) Rear lower frame
HINT:
Adjust the equalizer arm up to down and tighten if where dimensions
A and B, as shown are equal.
(i) Door glass
(j) Window regulator
Torque: 5.0 N·m (50 kgf·cm, 43 in.·lbf)
HINT:
Apply MP grease to the sliding surface and gears of the window
regulator.
NOTICE:
Do not apply grease to the spring.
(k) Locking and opening control link
(l) Door lock
HINT:
Apply adhesive to the 3 screws.
Part No.08833−00070, THREE BOND 1324 or equivalent
Torque:5.0 N·m (50 kgf·cm, 43 in.·lbf)
BODY − FRONT DOOR
BO−11
HINT:
At the time of reassembly, apply MP grease to the sliding surface
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(n) Door lock cylinder
(o) Door speak

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  1. Remove all door inside handles.
  2. Remove the door inside locking rod knob.
  3. On styles with door pull handles, remove the screws inserted through the handle into the door panel.
  4. On styles with remote control mirror assemblies, remove the remote mirror escutcheon and disengage the end of the mirror control cable from the escutcheon.
  5. On styles equipped with switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the screws securing the cover plate, then disconnect the switches and cigar lighter, if so equipped, from the harness connectors.
  6. Remove the remote control cover plates and remove the exposed screws securing the cover plate to the door inner panel.
  7. On styles with integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. On some styles it may be necessary to remove the screws behind the armrest deflector or courtesy lamp remote control cover plate. On styles with armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest to door inner panel attaching screws.
  8. On styles with with two piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips at the front and rear of the upper trim panel. Remove the upper trim panel by lifting upward and sliding slightly rearward to disengage the the front door inner panel at the beltline.
  9. On styles with electric switches located in the door trim panel, disconnect the wire harness at the switch assembly.
  10. To remove the lower trim panel, remove the attaching screws along the upper edge of the lower trim panel. Then starting at a lower corner, insert a pry type tool between the door inner panel and the trim panel and disengage the retaining clips down both sides and across the bottom. On styles with courtesy lamps or reading lamps located in the trim panel, disconnect the wire harness at the lamp assembly.
  11. On styles with one piece trim panels, remove all the clips around the perimeter of the trim panel. Push the trim panel downward and outboard to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline. Disconnect any courtesy lamp wire harnesses, if so equipped and remove the trim panel from the door.
  12. Installation is the reverse of removal. On styles with adjustable trim supports at the beltline, the door trim panel can be adjusted in or out so as not to restrict door window operation.

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