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How to replace door armrest - 2010 Honda Pilot

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If you can find a new one, you need to remove the door panel to find the screws

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  • Insert a flat-bladed tool behind the forward edge of the door handle bezel.
  • Gently pry the bezel away from the door trim panel and disconnect the electrical connector.
  • Remove the armrest cover plate by inserting a small flat-bladed tool into the rectangular hole until it bottoms out and tilting the tool forward in order to release the locking tab.
  • Remove the fasteners from the armrest.
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  • Remove the fastener from behind the lamp assembly.
  • Remove the push-in retainer from the defroster duct.
  • Lift straight up on the trim panel in order to disengage the hooks on the backside of the panel.
  • Disconnect the electrical connectors.

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Removing the door handle bezel



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Removing the armrest cover plate



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Door trim panel detail view


    1. Install the door trim panel as follows:
    2. Connect the electrical connectors.
    • Install the clips on the electrical harness to the front door control module.
    • Engage the lower hooks on the door trim panel into the slots in the door.
    • Align the remaining hooks to the slots in the door.
    • Push the door trim panel downwards in order to fully seat the hooks into the door.
    • Ensure that the door trim panel is fully seated prior to fastener installation.
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    • Install the fastener in the courtesy lamp opening. Tighten the fastener to 5 inch lbs. (0.6 Nm).
    • Install the courtesy lamp assembly.
    • Install the fasteners in the armrest. Tighten the 2 fasteners to 5 inch lbs. (0.6 Nm).
    • Install the armrest cover plate.
    • Install the inside door handle bezel.
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    1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
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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.
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    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.
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    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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    1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
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    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.
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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.
    2. If equipped with an integral armrest, install the retaining screws.
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