Question about Honda Odyssey
You haved to remove the bolts you are looking at and then fold the seat down remove teh other piece of plastic and remove those bolts. On the left and right side there are also a piect of plastic that covers the pivot bolts on the sides of the seats. These have to be removed also to access the bolts under them. This will allow you to remove the seat. POINTS TO REMEMBER. The Plastic pieces are not ment to be removed and will probably break upon removal. They are not cheep to replace. Also the bolts are set to a certain torque value to insure the passangers dont end up in the front in case of a accident. Also the seats have a very storng spring built into the pivot points to assist in raising and lowering the seat. Not easy to manually pull out to reinstall. Good Luck.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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