Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
This is more difficult than it looks because the rear trim panels must be removed in a certain order as they overlap at their edges.
First remove the rear seat.
Remove the step panel from the floor near the side door opening.
Unbolt the 2 seat belt anchors.
Remove the trim panel below the lift gate (rear hatch opening.) Pry the screw plugs out with a small screwdriver and remove the screws.
Pry out the rear speaker grill using a flat blade screwdiver that has been taped to prevent scratches.
Remove the rear speaker mounting screws. Pull the speaker out and unplug the connector.
Remove the passenger side trim panel mounting screws.
Use a panel clip removal tool and pry the clips that hold the trim panel then lift the panel away.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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