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post #1 of 23 Old 03-02-2005, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Special Tools Required
KTC trim tool set SOJATP2014
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SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before performing repairs or service.

NOTE:

Put on gloves to protect your hands.

Take care not to bend or scratch the trim and panels.

Use the appropriate tool from the KTC trim tool set to avoid damage when prying components.

Remove the C-pillar trim from both sides, without side curtain airbags, with side curtain airbags.

Remove the rear bulkhead cover (A).

-1 Pull the upper edge of the cover back to detach the hooks (B) and clips.
-2 Pull the bottom edge of the cover back to release the cover from the body flange.

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Remove the high mount brake light (A).

-1 From the trunk compartment, disconnect the high mount brake light bulb socket (B).
-2 Push the high mount brake light towards the rear window, and gently pry up at the back to release the front hooks (C).
-3 Release the rear hooks (D), then remove the high mount brake light.

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From both sides, pull the rear speaker grille (A) up to detach the clips (B, C), then remove the rear speaker grille.
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Remove the rear shelf (A).

-1 Pull the lock cylinder trim (B) up to release the hooks (C), then remove the trim from the rear seat-back lock cylinder (D).
-2 Lift the rear shelf to detach the clips.
-3 Pull the rear shelf toward the front of the vehicle.

Pull both rear seat belts (E) and rear center seat belt (F) out through the slits (G) in the rear shelf.

Install the shelf in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Replace any damaged clips.

When installing the rear shelf, slip the rear seat belts and center seat belt through the slits in the rear shelf.

Push the clips and hooks into place securely.

Make sure the high mount brake light bulb socket is connected securely.
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Remove the rear shelf (A).

-1 From the trunk compartment, release the hooks (B) from the rear seat-back lock cylinder (C), then remove the lock cylinder trim (D).
-2 Lift the rear shelf to detach the clips.
-3 Release both rear corner edges (E) of the rear shelf from the rear window opening flange (F), and pull the rear shelf toward the front of the vehicle.

Pull the rear center seat belt (G) out through the slit (H) in the rear shelf.

Install the shelf in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Replace any damaged clips.

When installing the rear shelf, slip the rear center seat belt through the slit in the rear shelf.

Push the clips and hooks into place securely.

Make sure the high mount brake light bulb socket is connected securely.
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thanks for all of these informative instructions Princess.

i have an 06 coupe and was wondering if the instructions on how to remove the rear deck is any different from 03-05 instructions given in this thread (i know i dont a high mount brake light). thanks!

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post #7 of 23 Old 11-18-2006, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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I found it!!! There's mostly the same stuff, but at least this one also has the shelf without the 3rd brake light!!
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thank you so much for the confirmation princess!

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my screens wont pop back in due to the my infiniti speakers tweeter pop out and keep the screen from popping in. SUX so the always tattle because i just set them ontop
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whoa whoa whoa whoa...you don't have to do all that to remove the speakers! there are clips that hold in the speaker grills! pop them out and it's 4 8mm bolts holding them in. unclip the harness and reverse order for the new speakers!

i did it with:
my coupe
various customer's sedans & coupes
6gen coupes & sedans
5th gen coupes & sedans (instead of clips, 3 small screws holding it on, but still no need to remove rear deck!)
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u do have to do all that to install dynamat on rear deck lol. have to do it soon, airbags are hard to work around

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I gotta dynamat my deck too..i did the whole trunk but the deck still rattles

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I gotta dynamat my deck too..i did the whole trunk but the deck still rattles
im taking out my third brake light, that is what rattles for me, no need for it anyways with the brake light on my spoiler!

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trouble removing rear deck

thank you Princess for providing instructions!
Unfortunately I've run into a problem. It seems that the side parts of the rear seat that don't fold down are stopping me from removing the rear deck completely. Could you provide instructions on how to remove the side parts of the rear seat that don't fold down?
PS: This is on a 2005 honda accord sedan
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