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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.
check to see if the wire has came loose leading to the seat belt disconnect button you push when releasing the seat belt if connected. then will have to replace that part of your seat belt the sensor or switch in buckle may have broke
it your back window its a common problem water is running down frame around the frame and into the back seat, pull up the back seat and pull back the carpet to confirm that this is the path of the water
Try pulling the belt out all the way, get a vacuum cleaner and try to clean the inside the best you can. Then take a can of WD40 and with the small red nozzel attached to the spray button, spray the WD40 on each of the sides (with the belt pulled out), and let the belt try to retract, keep trying this multiple times and see if it loosens up.
I can't be of much help, except to indicate what Honda says about the seats, and to give you a URL to look at:
Using a Seat Belt Locking Clip
Always use a seat belt locking clip when you secure a child seat to your car with a lap/shoulder belt. This helps prevent the seat from shifting position or overturning. A locking clip is usually included with the child seat. If you need a clip, contact the seat's manufacturer or a store that sells child restraints.
The URL will take you to a more complete reference to your car manual regarding child restraints. https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/pubs/om/AC9595/AC9595O00020A.pdf
Hope this helps you.
I was just looking at a recall list for 1991 Honda accords and the front seat belts not working so I would look up your car under recall problems and possibly go to a dealer to see if will fix free since is a factory recall. JOE
It's a lot of work for just cleaning. Fold the rear seat down and remove the two 12mm bolts on the bottom corners of the seat back, pull the seat out. Between the seat bottom and the carpet you will find two tabs you need to pull and then pull the seat bottom up and out of the car. Remove the two 10mm bolts securing the seat bolsters to the area the seat bottom was covering. Pull the seat bolsters up and out of the car. Pop the "C" pillar trim off of the car (above the parcel shelf and beside the rear glass) (side airbag vehicles have a slightly different procedure.) Pull up on the parcel shelf carefully and evenly. Remove clean and put everything back together.