Question about 1993 Honda Accord
I think your only
recourse right now, if you don't want to wait for a dealer, is to remove
the panel at the top enough to grab hold of the lock knob which should
be in the general area of the hole. It probably hasn't moved very far
from its location. Remove the Philips screws from the handle. There
are 2 other screw/fasteners at the bottom but you cannot access them
while the hatch is closed. The rest are all
clips, 22 in total around the outside edges of the bottom trim (I think). The
bottom trim is all you will be able to access from the inside. The
sides and upper trim will have to stay. You may want to use gloves as
the plastic trim can be sharp. Try to work in the area at the top and
see if you can loosen the top clips enough to slide your hand around and
pull up on the lock rod into the hole in the trim to unlock the hatch. Be careful not to damage the trim or injure yourself.
This sounds tricky, so take your time and good luck.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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