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How do I take the lower part of the back seats off from a 1997 Honda accord I dropped my phone down there and I need to get it back

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Give them a good yank at the front of the bottom and they should pull up. Sometimes you have to "push rearward" and then pull up.

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2. Tilt the steering wheel all the way up and telescope it all the way in.
3. '04-07 models passenger's seat: Carefully insert the tip of a small screwdriver (A) through
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Make sure each connector is plugged in properly.
Tighten the seat mounting bolts to the specified torque in the sequence shown.
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Lift the back (toward the rear of the car) of the seat bottom upwards while rotating it toward the front of the car.
Disconnect the hooks at the front edge (during the rolling motion) of the seat and remove the seat bottom.
Remove the carpet (in the luggage compartment) from the rear of the seat backs.
Remove the seat back mounting bolts from the luggage compartment side.
Lift out the seat back.
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With your hands, press down on the seat cushion where it meets the seat back. Locate the retaining bolt(s). Some models retain the seat with one bolt in the center; others use two, evenly spaced left and right.
Remove the retaining bolt(s).
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Remove the seat back mounting bolts from the luggage compartment side.
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