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Interior Trim Component Location Index
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  • Page 1Interior Trim Component Location Index cardiagn.com
  • Page 2Interior Trim Component Location Index 4-door cardiagn.com 5-door
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  • Page 4Carpet Removal and Installation NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. Both Front Seats - Remove 2. Center Console - Remove 3. Both Kick Panels - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Both Rear Side Tr
  • Page 54. Pull out the seat harnesses (E), then remove the carpet. 5. If necessary, remove the floor mat holder (A). cardiagn.com 8. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 6Carpet Removal and Installation NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. Both Front Seats - Remove 2. Center Console - Remove 3. Both Kick Panels - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Both B-Pillar Low
  • Page 71. Remove the clip (A). 2. Cut the carpet (B) in the area (C) as shown. 3. Release the hook and loop fastener (D). 4. Pull out the seat harnesses (E), then remove the carpet. cardiagn.com 5. If necessary, remove the floor mat holder (A). 9. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the rev
  • Page 8Front Floor Brace Removal and Installation 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Floor Brace - Remove cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 9Front Floor Undercover Removal and Installation 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Floor Undercover - Remove cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install
  • Page 101. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 11Front Grille Cover Removal and Installation 1. Front Grille Cover - Remove Except Type-R Type-R cardiagn.com
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  • Page 132. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 14Front Grille Disassembly and Reassembly 1. Front Grille - Remove 2. Front Grille - Disassemble 2/4-door 1. Disassemble these items: Front grille base (A) Front grille center molding (B) (2/4-door) Front emblem base (C) (5-door) 5-door cardiagn.com 3. All Disassembled Parts - Assemble
  • Page 151. Assemble the parts in the reverse order of disassembly. cardiagn.com
  • Page 16Front Grille Extension Removal and Installation 1. Front Bumper - Remove 2. Front Grille Extension - Remove 1. Remove the front grille extension (A). cardiagn.com 2. If necessary, remove the front grille side molding (A) from the front grille side bracket (B). 3. All Removed Parts - Install
  • Page 171. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 18Front Grille Removal and Installation 1. Front Bumper - Remove 2. Front Grille - Remove 1. Remove the front grille (A). 2. If necessary, remove the front bumper foam pad (B). cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 19Front Inner Fender Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Splash Guard - Remove (For Some Models) cardiagn.com 3. Front Inner Fender - Remove
  • Page 20cardiagn.com 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 21Front Wheelhouse/Damper Housing Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a mea
  • Page 22cardiagn.com Front Wheelhouse and Damper Housing (Front Damper Housing Set)
  • Page 23cardiagn.com 3. Construction - Check NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, a
  • Page 24NOTE: Replace the wheelhouse upper member separator. Check the front damper extension A/B positions for damage. If necessary, replace them as an assembly. cardiagn.com Front Wheelhouse Side Member (Front Damper Extension Set) NOTE: Remove the front wheelhouse upper member. Replace the front damper e
  • Page 25cardiagn.com Front Wheelhouse and Front Damper Housing (Front Damper Housing Set) NOTE: Remove the front damper extension set. When removing the front damper housing set, drill the welded point [X] at the joint for the front damper base and the dashboard upper from under the front damper base.
  • Page 26cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Front Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 27- Repair chart, top view Repair chart, side view - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Check the external parts fitting positions. Make sure the body lines flow smoothly. Remove the clamped part. Front
  • Page 283. From the passenger's compartment, weld the dashboard lower (A) and the front damper housing (B). cardiagn.com 4. Weld the front damper housing set (A) to the front side frame (B) and front side backplate (C). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the pl
  • Page 29Left side 2. Weld the front damper extension A, the front damper extension stiffener (B), the front wheelhouse (C), and the transmission mount stiffener (D) (left side only). Right side cardiagn.com 5. Front Side Frame Support - Install Front Wheelhouse Upper Member 6. Front Bulkhead Extension - Ins
  • Page 307. Front Wheelhouse Upper Member - Install 1. Install the new wheelhouse upper member separator (A). Apply the sealer (B) without a gap all the way around the separator and inside the wheelhouse upper member (C). cardiagn.com 2. Weld the wheelhouse upper member (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high
  • Page 31Front Wheelhouse/Damper Housing Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a mea
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  • Page 33cardiagn.com Front Wheelhouse Side Member (Front Damper Extension Set)
  • Page 34cardiagn.com Front Wheelhouse and Damper Housing (Front Damper Housing Set)
  • Page 35cardiagn.com 3. Construction - Check NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, a
  • Page 36NOTE: Replace the wheelhouse upper member separator. Check the front damper extension A/B positions for damage. If necessary, replace them as an assembly. USA and Canada Models cardiagn.com Mexico Models Front Wheelhouse Side Member (Front Damper Extension Set) NOTE:
  • Page 37Remove the front wheelhouse upper member. Replace the front damper extension set and front bulkhead extension at the same time. Check the front wheelhouse, the transmission mount stiffener (left side), and the front damper housing positions for damage. If necessary, replace them as an assembly. If n
  • Page 38cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Front Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 39- Front bulkhead position Engine compartment - - Engine and transmission mount positions Front damper extension position - - Engine compartment and front floor, under view Repair chart, top view - - Repair chart, side view 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related p
  • Page 402. From the under the damper base, weld the front damper base (A) and the front damper housing (B) to the dashboard upper (C) and the wiper pivot bracket (D). 3. From the passenger's compartment, weld the dashboard cardiagn.com lower (A) and the front damper housing (B). 4. Weld the front damper hou
  • Page 41Front Damper Extension cardiagn.com
  • Page 424. Front Damper Extension Set - Install 1. Weld the front damper extension A, the front damper extension stiffener (B), the dashboard upper side member extension (C), the dashboard upper (D), the front damper base (E), and the front wheelhouse (F). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (e
  • Page 43Front Wheelhouse Upper Member 6. Front Bulkhead Extension - Install 1. Weld the front bulkhead extension (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. 7. Front Wheelhouse Upper Member - Install cardiagn.com USA and Canada Models 1
  • Page 44Mexico Models cardiagn.com USA and Canada Models 2. Weld the wheelhouse upper member (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. Mexico Models
  • Page 458. Front Bulkhead - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 46Headliner Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. 12 Volt Battery Terminal - Disconnect NOTE: Wait at least 3 minutes before starting work. 2. Both Front Seats - Remove
  • Page 4713.Roof Console - Remove 1. Remove the roof console (A). 2. With HFL microphone: Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 14.Headliner - Remove 1. Remove the harness clip (A). 2. With moonroof: Disconnect the connector (B).
  • Page 48Left Side 3. Remove the harness clips (A) at the A-pillar. 4. Disconnect the connector(s) (B) at the A-pillar. Right Side (With Color Audio) cardiagn.com Left Side 5. For some models: Remove the harness clip (A) at the left quarter pillar. 6. Disconnect the connector (B) at the right quarter pillar.
  • Page 49Right Side (With Color Audio) 7. With the help of an assistant, lower the headliner (A). cardiagn.com
  • Page 508. With the help of an assistant, remove the headliner (A) through the door opening. NOTE: Do not bend the headliner. Bending the headliner will crease and damage it. 9. If necessary, remove the cushion tapes (A). cardiagn.com 15.Headliner - Check
  • Page 511. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the headliner, along with the other parts listed for side curtain airbag deployment. 2. To prevent the side curtain airbags from deploying improperly and possibly causing injury, inspect the headliner and all removed trim. Replace any pieces that h
  • Page 5216.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, checking and adjusting the headliner/pillar trim overlap. cardiagn.com
  • Page 53Headliner Removal and Installation NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. 1. 12 Volt Battery Terminal - Disconnect NOTE: Wait at least 3 minutes before starting work. 2. Both Front Seats -
  • Page 5413.Connector (Automatic Lighting/Rain Sensor) - Disconnect (With Automatic Wiper) 14.Roof Console - Remove 1. Remove the roof console (A). 2. With HFL microphone: Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 15.Headliner - Remove 1. Remove the harness clip (A). 2. With moonroof: Disconnect the connect
  • Page 55Driver's Side 3. Remove the harness clips (A) at the A-pillar. 4. Disconnect the connector(s) (B) at the A-pillar. Passenger's Side cardiagn.com 5. Remove the harness clips (A) at the right C-pillar. 6. Disconnect the connector (B) at the right C-pillar.
  • Page 567. Fold the rear seat-back down. 8. With the help of an assistant, lower the headliner (A). cardiagn.com 4-door 9. With the help of an assistant, remove the headliner (A) through the right front door/tailgate opening. NOTE: Do not bend the headliner. Bending the headliner will crease and damage it.
  • Page 5710. If necessary, remove the cushion tapes (A). cardiagn.com 16.Roof Pad - Remove (4-door)
  • Page 58cardiagn.com 17.Headliner - Check 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the headliner, along with the other parts listed for side curtain airbag deployment. 2. To prevent the side curtain airbags from deploying improperly and possibly causing injury, inspect the headliner and all remov
  • Page 59Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Cargo Areas Cargo Floor Cover 1. Tie Down Hooks - Remove cardiagn.com 2. Cargo Floor Cover - Remove 1. Remove the cargo floor cover (A). 2. If necessary, remove the cargo floor bracket (B) and the strap (C).
  • Page 603. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Trim Panel 1. Rear Trim Panel - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Side Trim Panel 1. Cargo Floor Cover - Remove 2. Rear Trim Panel - R
  • Page 61cardiagn.com 5. Side Lid and Jack - Remove (Left Side) 6. Rear Side Trim Panel - Remove
  • Page 621. Remove the rear side trim panel (A). 2. Right side: Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 7. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 63Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Door Areas Front Door Sill Trim 1. Front Seat Belt Lower Anchor Bolt - Remove 2. Front Door Sill Trim - Remove cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Front Door Opening Seal 1. Front Door Sill Trim -
  • Page 64cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Kick Panel 1. Front Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Kick Panel - Remove
  • Page 65Driver's side cardiagn.com Passenger's side
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  • Page 673. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 68Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Door Areas NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Front Door Sill Trim 1. Front Door Sill Trim - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Front Door Opening Seal 1. Front Door Sill Trim - R
  • Page 693. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Kick Panel 1. Front Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Kick Panel - Remove
  • Page 70Driver's side cardiagn.com Passenger's side
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  • Page 723. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Door Sill Trim 1. Rear Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Door Opening Seal 1. Rear Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Rear Do
  • Page 73cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Seat Side Trim (4-door) 1. Rear Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Rear Seat Side Trim - Remove
  • Page 74cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Rear Seat Side Trim (5-door) 1. Rear Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Rear Seat Belt Side Cover - Remove
  • Page 75cardiagn.com 3. Rear Seat Side Trim - Remove
  • Page 764. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 771. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 78Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Pillar Areas NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. A-Pillar Trim 1. A-Pillar Trim - Remove cardiagn.com 2. A-Pillar Trim - Check 1. If the side cur
  • Page 793. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and check and adjust the headliner/pillar trim overlap. NOTE: Make sure the side curtain airbag is not tucked under the clip or the trim ribs. Do not push too hard on the trim. If you push too hard, the clip will be
  • Page 802. Remove the B-pillar upper trim cap (A). 3. Pass the front seat belt lower anchor (B) out through the hole, then remove the B-pillar upper trim (C). 3. B-Pillar Upper Trim - Check 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the B-pillar upper trim (A) on the trim with new parts. 2. If the
  • Page 811. Lower the coat hook (A). 2. Remove the screw (B). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the cap (A) and the clip (B). 4. Pull out the quarter pillar trim (A).
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  • Page 835. Remove the quarter pillar trim (A). cardiagn.com 6. Remove the special clip (A) from the body. 2. Quarter Pillar Trim - Check 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the quarter pillar trim (A) and all clips on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, c
  • Page 84If the clips (C) are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones. 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and check and adjust the headliner/pillar trim overlap. NOTE: Carefully install a new special clip (A). Make sure the side curtain airbag
  • Page 85Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Pillar Areas SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. If side airbags and/or side curtain airbags have deployed
  • Page 861. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the A-pillar trim (A) and all clips on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, check the A-pillar trim and note the following items: To prevent the side curtain airbags from deploying improperly and possibly causing
  • Page 87cardiagn.com 5. Front Seat Belt Upper Anchor Bolt - Remove 6. B-Pillar Upper Trim - Remove
  • Page 88'16 Model cardiagn.com Except '16 Model
  • Page 897. Coat Hook - Remove cardiagn.com 8. B-Pillar Upper/Lower Trim - Check '16 Model 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the B-pillar upper trim (A), the B-pillar lower trim (B) on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, check the B-pillar upper/lower tr
  • Page 90Except '16 Model cardiagn.com 9. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and check and adjust the headliner/pillar trim overlap. NOTE: Do not push too hard on the trim. If you push too hard, the clips will be damaged, and it will not hold the trim properly.
  • Page 914. B-Pillar Lower Trim - Remove cardiagn.com 5. Front Seat Belt Upper Anchor Bolt - Remove 6. B-Pillar Upper Trim - Remove
  • Page 921. Hit the upper clip (A) in the B-pillar upper trim (B) with a rubber mallet. Hitting the clip breaks the projections (C) on the pin (D), and pushes it into the grommet (E) on the body (F). NOTE: The upper clip must be replaced with a new one when the B-pillar upper trim is reinstalled. cardiagn.co
  • Page 932. Pull back the top of the B-pillar upper trim (A) by hand to remove the upper clip (B) from the body (C). cardiagn.com 7. Coat Hook - Remove
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  • Page 958. B-Pillar Upper/Lower Trim - Check 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the B-pillar upper trim (A), the B-pillar lower trim (B) on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, check the B-pillar upper/lower trim and note the following items: To prevent t
  • Page 961. Hit the upper clip (A) in the C-pillar trim (B) with a rubber mallet. Hitting the clip breaks the projections (C) on the pin (D), and pushes it into the grommet (E) on the body (F). NOTE: The upper clip must be replaced with a new one when the C-pillar trim is reinstalled. cardiagn.com 2. Pull ba
  • Page 973. Remove the C-pillar trim (A). cardiagn.com 2. Rear Seat Side Trim - Remove 3. C-Pillar Lower Trim - Remove 4. C-Pillar Trim - Check
  • Page 981. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the C-pillar trim (A) and all clips on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, check the C-pillar trim and note the following items: To prevent the side curtain airbags from deploying improperly and possibly causing
  • Page 991. Hit the upper clip (A) in the C-pillar trim (B) with a rubber mallet. Hitting the clip breaks the projections (C) on the pin (D), and pushes it into the grommet (E) on the body (F). NOTE: The upper clip must be replaced with a new one when the C-pillar trim is reinstalled. cardiagn.com 2. Pull ba
  • Page 1003. Remove the C-pillar trim (A). 4. With speaker: Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 3. Rear Wheel House Bar - Remove
  • Page 1014. Rear Pillar Trim - Check cardiagn.com
  • Page 1021. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the C-pillar trim (A) and all clips on the trim with new parts. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, check the C-pillar trim and note the following items: To prevent the side curtain airbags from deploying improperly and possibly causing
  • Page 103Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Rear Shelf Area NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. If side airbags and/or side curtain airbags have deployed, the affected pillar area trim and
  • Page 1043. Remove the rear shelf trim (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 1053. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 106Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Rear Shelf Area NOTE: SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service. If side airbags and/or side curtain airbags have deployed, the affected pillar area trim and
  • Page 1073. With rear tweeter: From the trunk lid opening, disconnect the connectors (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 1084. Remove the rear shelf trim (C). 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 109Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Rear Side Area Rear Side Trim Panel 1. Front Door Sill Trim - Remove 2. Rear Shelf Trim - Remove 3. Rear Seat Cushion - Remove 4. Rear Side Trim Panel - Remove cardiagn.com 5. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 110Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Tailgate Areas 1 cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft)
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  • Page 1121. Rear Cargo Cover - Remove 2. Tailgate Grip Covers - Remove cardiagn.com 3. Tailgate Cushion - Remove 4. Tailgate Upper Trim Panel - Remove 5. Tailgate Side Trim Panel - Remove
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  • Page 1146. Tailgate Lower Trim Panel - Remove 7. Front Cargo Cover Bracket - Remove 8. Rear Cargo Cover Bracket - Remove 9. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 115Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Trunk Area Trunk Floor Cover 1. Trunk Floor Cover - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Trunk Tool Box 1. Trunk Floor Cover - Remove 2. Trunk Tool Box - Remove 3. All Removed Parts - Install
  • Page 1161. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Trunk Rear Trim Panel 1. Trunk Rear Trim Panel - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Trunk Rear Side Trim Panel 1. Trunk Floor Cover - Remove 2. Trunk Rear Trim Panel - Remove 3
  • Page 117cardiagn.com 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 118Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Trunk Lid Trunk Lid Trim Panel 1. Trunk Lid Trim Panel - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 119Interior Trim Removal and Installation - Trunk Lid Trunk Lid Trim Panel 1. Trunk Lid Trim Panel - Remove cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 120Middle Crossmember Gusset Removal and Installation 1. Rear Side Trim Panel - Remove 2. Middle Crossmember Gusset - Remove 1. Remove the carpet as needed. 2. Remove the middle crossmember gusset (A). cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 121Rear Floor Undercover Removal and Installation 1. Rear Floor Undercover - Remove 2. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 122Rear Floor/Rear Frame Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a par
  • Page 123cardiagn.com Rear Floor Crossmember Lower Complete
  • Page 124cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame
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  • Page 127cardiagn.com 3. Construction - Check Spare Tire Pan, Rear Floor Crossmember Rear and Rear Floor Side Stiffener B NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement
  • Page 128Check the rear floor crossmember rear, spare tire pan, and rear side stiffener B positions for damage. If necessary, replace them. cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame Complete NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to
  • Page 129cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols wi
  • Page 130Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: - Door hinge positions - Windshield and door openings - Rear window and trunk lid openings Inner panel positions - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then
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  • Page 1324. Rear Floor Side Stiffener Front - Install 1. Cut the middle floor crossmember (A) as shown, and pull up the rear edge of the middle floor crossmember. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear floor side stiffener front (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm th
  • Page 133cardiagn.com 3. Weld the middle floor crossmember (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. 5. Rear Bulkhead Lower Gusset - Install
  • Page 134Rear 1. Weld the rear bulkhead lower gusset rear (A) and the rear bulkhead lower gusset front (B). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. Front 6. Rear Floor Crossmember Lower Complete - Install cardiagn.com 1. Weld the rear flo
  • Page 1357. Rear Floor - Install 1. Weld the spare tire pan (A), the rear floor side stiffener B. ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. cardiagn.com
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  • Page 1378. Rear Bumper Beam Bracket - Install 1. Weld the rear bumper beam bracket (A) and the lower rear bumper beam bracket (B) to the rear frame (C). cardiagn.com 9. Rear Panel - Install
  • Page 138Rear Floor/Rear Frame Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of th
  • Page 139cardiagn.com Rear Floor Crossmember Lower Complete
  • Page 140cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame
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  • Page 143cardiagn.com 3. Construction - Check Spare Tire Pan, Rear Floor Crossmember Rear and Rear Floor Side Stiffener B NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement
  • Page 144Check the rear frame position for damage. If necessary, replace the rear floor frame complete. The rear portion of the rear frame cannot be sectioned. cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame Complete NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal
  • Page 145cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols wit
  • Page 1462. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Check the external parts fitting positions. Make sure the body lines flow smoothly. Remove the clamped part. 3. Rear Floor Frame Complete - Install 1. Weld the rear f
  • Page 147Side Sill Area Rear Whelhouse Area cardiagn.com Under Body Area
  • Page 1484. Rear Floor Side Stiffener Front - Install 1. Cut the middle floor crossmember (A) as shown, and pull up the rear edge of the middle floor crossmember. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear floor side stiffener front (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm th
  • Page 149cardiagn.com 3. Weld the middle floor crossmember (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. (■)*: Welding positions with the rear frame and the rear upper frame, the ultra high-strength steel (1500 MPa) part. Confirm the MIG b
  • Page 150Rear 1. Weld the rear bulkhead lower gusset rear (A) and the rear bulkhead lower gusset front (B). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. Front cardiagn.com 6. Rear Floor Crossmember Lower Complete - Install 1. Weld the rear flo
  • Page 1517. Rear Floor - Install 1. Weld the spare tire pan (A), the rear floor side stiffener B. ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. cardiagn.com (■)*: Welding positions with the rear upper frame (C), the ultra high-strength steel (1
  • Page 152cardiagn.com 8. Silencer Mount Rear Bracket - Install
  • Page 1531. Weld the silencer mount rear bracket (A). (■)*: Welding positions with the rear frame, the ultra high-strength steel (1500 MPa) part. Confirm the MIG brazing specifications. 9. Rear Bumper Beam Lower Bracket - Install 1. Weld the rear bumper beam bracket (A) and the lower rear bumper beam bracket
  • Page 154Rear Floor/Rear Frame Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of th
  • Page 155cardiagn.com Rear Floor Crossmember Lower Complete
  • Page 156cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame
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  • Page 159cardiagn.com 3. Construction - Check Spare Tire Pan, Rear Floor Crossmember Rear and Rear Floor Side Stiffener B NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement
  • Page 160Check the rear floor crossmember rear position for damage. If necessary, replace it. Check the rear frame position for damage. If necessary, replace the rear floor frame complete. The rear portion of the rear frame cannot be sectioned. cardiagn.com Rear Floor Frame Complete NOTE: This section explai
  • Page 161cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols wit
  • Page 1621. Body Dimensions - Check Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: - Door hinge positions Windshield and door openings - - Rear window and trunk lid openings Inner panel positions - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily insta
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  • Page 1644. Rear Floor Side Stiffener Front - Install 1. Cut the middle floor crossmember (A) as shown, and pull up the rear edge of the middle floor crossmember. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear floor side stiffener front (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm th
  • Page 165cardiagn.com 3. Weld the middle floor crossmember (A). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the butt and plug welding conditions. 5. Rear Bulkhead Lower Gusset - Install
  • Page 166Inside 1. Weld the rear floor upper crossmember bulkhead (A), the rear bulkhead lower gusset rear (B), the rear bulkhead lower gusset front (C) and the child anchor side stiffener (D). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. Rear
  • Page 1671. Weld the rear floor crossmember lower complete (A). 7. Spare Tire Pan and Rear Floor Side Stiffener B - Install cardiagn.com 1. Weld the spare tire pan (A) and rear floor side stiffener B. ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding condition
  • Page 168cardiagn.com 8. Rear Bumper Beam Bracket - Install
  • Page 1691. Weld the rear bumper beam bracket (A) and the lower rear bumper beam bracket (B) to the rear frame (C). 9. Rear Panel - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 170Rear Inner Fender Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Inner Fender - Remove 2/4-door cardiagn.com 5-door Except Type-R
  • Page 171cardiagn.com 5-door Type-R
  • Page 172cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 173Rear Knuckle/Hub Bearing Unit Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Knuckle/Hub Bearing Unit - Exploded View cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Refer to the Exploded View as needed during the following procedures. Unless otherwise indicated,
  • Page 174Hub Bearing Unit 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Brake Hose Bracket Mounting Bolt - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Brake Caliper - Remove 1. Remove the caliper assembly without disconnecting the brake hose from the caliper body. 5. Rear Brake Disc - Remove 6. Hub Bearing Unit - Remove
  • Page 175NOTE: Keep the wheel bearing/encoder away from any magnetic field. The encoder can be damaged or erased. Use the new mounting bolts during reassembly. 7. Hub Bearing Unit for Damage and Cracks - Check 8. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 9
  • Page 17612.Wheel Speed Sensor - Remove 13.Knuckle - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Remove the upper arm mounting bolt (A) and nut (B). NOTE: Use the new mounting bolt and nut during reassembly.
  • Page 1772. Remove lower arm A mounting bolt (A) and nut (B). NOTE: Use the new mounting bolt and nut during reassembly. cardiagn.com 3. Remove the trailing arm mounting bolts (A) and nuts (B). NOTE: Use the new mounting bolts and nuts during reassembly.
  • Page 1784. Position a floor jack under lower arm B. 5. Remove the damper lower mounting bolt (A) and the washer (except Type-R) (C). NOTE: Use a new mounting bolt during reassembly. 6. Remove lower arm B mounting bolt (D). NOTE: Use a new mounting bolt during reassembly. 7. Remove the knuckle (E). NOTE: Loo
  • Page 179Rear License Trim Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 2-door 1. Trunk Lid Trim Panel - Remove 2. Rear License Trim - Remove 1. Remove the bolts (A). cardiagn.com
  • Page 1802. Carefully pull out the rear license trim (A) to release the pins (B) of the clips (C), and remove the clips (D). 3. Disconnect the connectors (E), then remove the rear license trim. cardiagn.com 4. Remove the grommets (A) from the trunk lid, then install the grommets to the pins on the rear licen
  • Page 1811. Trunk Lid Trim Panel - Remove 2. Rear License Trim - Remove 1. Remove the bolt (A). 2. Carefully pull out the rear license trim (A) to release the pins (B) of the clips (C), and remove the clips (D). cardiagn.com 3. Disconnect the connectors (E), then remove the rear license trim.
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  • Page 1834. Remove the grommets (A) from the trunk lid, then install the grommets to the pins on the rear license trim. cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 5-door 1. Tailgate Lower Trim Panel - Remove 2. Rear License Trim - Remove
  • Page 1841. Remove the bolts (A) and the nuts (B). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the rear license trim (A). 3. Disconnect the connectors (B). 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
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  • Page 186Rear Lower Arm A Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Lower Arm A - Remove NOTE: During installation, note these items. Use the new mounting bolts and nut. cardiagn.com Rear lower arm A must be installed in the specified di
  • Page 1875. Wheel Alignment - Check cardiagn.com
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  • Page 189Rear Lower Arm B Removal and Installation NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for 2/4-door without adaptive damper system. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Rear Spring - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Lower Arm B - Remove 1. Mark the cam positions of the adju
  • Page 1901. Position lower arm B. 2. Install the new adjusting bolt (A), the adjusting cam plate (C), and the new self-locking nut (D). NOTE: Align the cam positions of the adjusting bolt and the adjusting cam plate with the marked positions on the frame when tightening the self-locking nut. Tighten the adju
  • Page 191Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a part which is
  • Page 192cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
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  • Page 194cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols wi
  • Page 195Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp or tack weld the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: Rear panel position - - Rear window and trunk lid openings Rear floor, under view - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differen
  • Page 1961. Weld the rear panel gusset (A), and weld the rear panel (B) to the rear gutter upper (C) and the rear combi adapter complete (D). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear panel (A) to the rear comb
  • Page 1973. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 198Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a part which is
  • Page 199cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
  • Page 200cardiagn.co
  • Page 201cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols wi
  • Page 202Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp or tack weld the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: Rear panel position - - Rear window and trunk lid openings Rear floor, under view - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differen
  • Page 2031. Weld the rear panel gusset (A), and weld the rear panel (B) to the rear gutter upper (C) and the rear combi adapter (D). ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear panel (A) to the rear combi adapter
  • Page 2043. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 205Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 206cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
  • Page 207cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols wit
  • Page 2081. Body Dimensions - Check Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp or tack weld the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: - Rear panel position Rear window and trunk lid openings - - Front floor, under view Rear floor, under view - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporari
  • Page 2091. Weld the rear panel gusset (A), and weld the rear panel (B) to the rear gutter upper (C) and the rear combi adapter (D). (■)*: Welding positions with the rear frame, the ultra high-strength steel (1500 MPa) part. Confirm the MIG brazing specifications. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear panel (A) to t
  • Page 2103. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 211Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 212cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
  • Page 213cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols wit
  • Page 214Positioning the replacement parts. Clamp or tack weld the new parts into position. Check the body dimensions: Rear panel position - - Rear window and trunk lid openings Front floor, under view - - Rear floor, under view 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related part
  • Page 2151. Weld the rear panel gusset (A), and weld the rear panel (B) to the rear gutter complete (C) and the rear combi adapter (D). (■)*: Welding positions with the rear frame, the ultra high-strength steel (1500 MPa) part. Confirm the MIG brazing specifications. cardiagn.com 2. Weld the rear panel (A) t
  • Page 2163. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 217Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 2182. Construction - Check cardiagn.com
  • Page 219Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, according to the area and t
  • Page 220NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed line
  • Page 2212. Weld the rear panel (A) to the rear combi adapter (C), the outer panel (D), and rear floor side stiffener B. cardiagn.com 3. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B).
  • Page 222Rear Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
  • Page 2232. Construction - Check cardiagn.com
  • Page 224Rear Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, according to the area and t
  • Page 225NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction and Floor and Rear Body Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed line
  • Page 2262. Weld the rear panel (A) to the rear combi adapter (C), the outer panel (D), and rear floor side stiffener B. cardiagn.com 3. Weld the rear panel (A) to the spare tire pan (B).
  • Page 227Rear Roof Trim Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Rear Roof Trim 1. Rear Roof Trim - Remove 1. Open the tailgate. cardiagn.com 2. Remove the bolts (A). 3. Carefully pull out the rear roof trims (A) to release the pins (B) from the grommets (C).
  • Page 228cardiagn.com 4. Remove the rear roof trims. 5. Remove the grommets from the tailgate, then install the grommets to the pins on the rear roof trims. 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. Tailgate Vortex Generator 1. Tailgate Vortex Generator - Remove
  • Page 229cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 230Roof and Side Panel Construction NOTE: To confirm which parts are sold as repair parts, refer to the appropriate Parts Catalog. The parts marked with numbers are sold as repair parts. The parts marked with letters are not sold separately and are shown only for reference. The numbers in brackets afte
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  • Page 233Roof and Side Panel Construction NOTE: To confirm which parts are sold as repair parts, refer to the appropriate Parts Catalog. The parts marked with numbers are sold as repair parts. The parts marked with letters are not sold separately and are shown only for reference. The numbers in brackets afte
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  • Page 236Roof and Side Panel Construction NOTE: To confirm which parts are sold as repair parts, refer to the appropriate Parts Catalog. The parts marked with numbers are sold as repair parts. The parts marked with letters are not sold separately and are shown only for reference. The numbers in brackets afte
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  • Page 239Roof and Side Panel Construction NOTE: To confirm which parts are sold as repair parts, refer to the appropriate Parts Catalog. The parts marked with numbers are sold as repair parts. The parts marked with letters are not sold separately and are shown only for reference. The numbers in brackets afte
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  • Page 242Roof Molding Removal and Installation 1. Roof Molding - Remove 1. Apply the protective tape (A) to the body. 2. Remove the front end of the roof molding (B) from the pin (C). cardiagn.com 3. Pull up the roof molding (A).
  • Page 2434. Remove the rear end of the roof molding (A) from the pin (B). 2. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Make sure the roof molding (A) is installed securely.
  • Page 244Roof Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a part which is
  • Page 245cardiagn.co
  • Page 246cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Roof Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
  • Page 247cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a part
  • Page 2482. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Check the external parts fitting positions. Make sure the body lines flow smoothly. Remove the clamped part. 3. Roof Rails - Install 1. Weld the roof front rail (A),
  • Page 2492. Apply a soft type sealer (A) to mating surfaces of the roof front rail (B) and the rear roof rail (C). 4. Roof Panel - Install cardiagn.com 1. Clamp the roof panel (A), and attach the roof arch gusset (B) on both sides with the mounting bolts. 2. Do the main welding.
  • Page 250Weld the front, rear, and side flanges of the roof panel (A) and both sides edge of the rear roof rail. (■)*: Welding positions with the roof side stiffener (B), the ultra high-strength steel (1500 MPa) part. Perform the spot welding on the conditions of No. 30 in the table shown below. Confirm the
  • Page 251cardiagn.co
  • Page 252Roof Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
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  • Page 254cardiagn.com Roof Panel (With Moonroof)
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  • Page 256cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Roof Panel (Without Moonroof) NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Hond
  • Page 257cardiagn.com Roof Panel (With Moonroof) NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed
  • Page 258cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the
  • Page 259- Rear window and trunk lid openings cardiagn.com
  • Page 2602. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Check the external parts fitting positions. Make sure the body lines flow smoothly. Remove the clamped part. 3. Roof Rails and Roof Arch A (Without Moonroof)/Roof Arc
  • Page 261With Moonroof cardiagn.com
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  • Page 263Without Moonroof 2. Apply a soft type sealer (A) to mating surfaces of the roof front rail (B), the roof arch A (without moonroof) (C), and the rear roof rail (D). With Moonroof cardiagn.com
  • Page 2644. Roof Panel - Install 1. With moonroof: Clamp the roof panel (A), and attach the roof arch gusset (B) on both sides with the mounting bolts. cardiagn.com 2. Do the main welding. Weld the front, rear, and side flanges of the roof panel (A) and both sides edge of the rear roof rail. ( )*: Welding po
  • Page 265Front Area Rear Area cardiagn.com Side Area
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  • Page 267Roof Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the spot weld
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  • Page 269cardiagn.com 2. Construction - Check Roof Panel NOTE: This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, a
  • Page 270cardiagn.com NOTE: Confirm the sheet thickness, tensile strength, and existence of the zinc treatment of both sides, and set the welder to conform to the welding conditions by referring to Roof and Side Panel Construction. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of the
  • Page 271- Tailgate openings cardiagn.com
  • Page 2722. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Check the external parts fitting positions. Make sure the body lines flow smoothly. Remove the clamped part. 3. Roof Rails - Install 1. Weld the roof front rail compl
  • Page 2732. Apply a soft type sealer (A) to mating surfaces of the roof front rail complete (B) and the rear roof rail complete (C). 4. Roof Panel - Install cardiagn.com 1. Clamp the roof panel, and attach the roof arch gusset (A) on both sides with the mounting bolts. 2. Do the main welding.
  • Page 274Weld the front, rear, and side flanges of the roof panel (A) and both sides edge of the rear roof rail complete. ( )*: Welding positions with high-strength steel (except 1500 MPa) parts. Confirm the plug welding conditions. (■)*: Welding positions with the roof front rail (B) and the roof side stiff
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  • Page 276Side Sill Outer Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols: (The welding symbols with dashed lines indicate that a par
  • Page 277This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, according to the area and the degree of dama
  • Page 278Front damper extension position - Door hinge positions - Passenger's compartment - Inner panel positions - Windshield and door openings - Inside sill positions - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Chec
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  • Page 280Side Sill Outer Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of th
  • Page 281This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, according to the area and the degree of dama
  • Page 282- Front damper extension position Door hinge positions - - Passenger's compartment - Inner panel positions Windshield and door openings - - Inside sill positions 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Chec
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  • Page 284Side Sill Outer Panel Replacement NOTE: High-strength steel is defined as any steel with a tensile strength of 340 MPa or higher. If a part is constructed of, or includes high-strength steel observe the important guidelines. Welding symbols (The welding symbols with dashed lines have a meaning of th
  • Page 285This section explains the procedures after removal of all related parts. For the related parts' removal procedure, refer to the appropriate Service Manual. The component replacement procedure described here is only for new Honda-supplied parts, as needed, according to the area and the degree of dama
  • Page 286- Front damper extension position Door hinge positions - - Passenger's compartment Inner panel positions - - Windshield and door openings Inside sill positions - 2. External Parts Fitting Positions - Check Temporarily install the related parts, then check for differences in level and clearance. Chec
  • Page 287cardiagn.co
  • Page 288Side Sill Panel Removal and Installation Side Sill Panel (Except Type-R) 1. Front Splash Guard - Remove (Canada Models) 2. Side Sill Panel - Remove 1. Remove the clips (A) and the screws (B). cardiagn.com 2. Open the front door and the rear door. 3. Slide the side sill panel (A) forward to remove it
  • Page 2894. Remove the clips (B) from the body by turning them 45 °, then install them to the side sill panel. cardiagn.com
  • Page 2902-door 5. If necessary, remove the side sill panel lip seal (A). cardiagn.com 4/5-door Side Sill Panel (Type-R) 1. Side Sill Panel - Remove 1. Remove the screws (A) and the clips (B).
  • Page 291cardiagn.com 2. Open the front door and the rear door. 3. Slide the side sill panel (A) forward to remove it.
  • Page 292cardiagn.com 4. Remove the clips (B) from the body by turning them 45 °, then install them to the side sill panel. 5. If necessary, remove the side sill panel lip seal (A). Side Sill Panel Support (For Some Models) 1. Rear Strake - Remove
  • Page 2932. Side Sill Panel - Remove (Except Type-R) 3. Side Sill Panel Support - Remove Wear goggles or safety glasses to prevent eye injury. 1. Drill out the rivets (A) with a drill (B), then remove the side sill panel support (C) from the side sill panel (D). cardiagn.com Side Sill Panel (Except Type-R) 1
  • Page 2944/5-door 2. Hold up the side sill panel (A), and fit the clips (B) into the holes in the body, then push on the side sill panel until the clips snap into place. cardiagn.com
  • Page 295cardiagn.com 3. Install the clips (A) and the screws (B).
  • Page 2962. Front Splash Guard - Install (Canada Models) cardiagn.com Side Sill Panel (Type-R) 1. Side Sill Panel - Install 1. Install the side sill panel lip seal (A). NOTE : If you are reusing the side sill panel lip seal, apply the adhesive primer to the area where the new double-sided adhesive tape will
  • Page 2972. Hold up the side sill panel (A), and fit the clips (B) into the holes in the body, then push on the side sill panel until the clips snap into place. cardiagn.com 3. Install the screws (A) and the clips (B).
  • Page 298cardiagn.com Side Sill Panel Support (For Some Models) 1. Side Sill Panel Support - Install 1. Install the side sill panel support (A) to the side sill panel (B) with the new rivets (C). 2. Side Sill Panel - Install (Except Type-R)
  • Page 2993. Rear Strake - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 300Sunvisor Removal and Installation 1. Sunvisor - Remove 1. Push the hook (A) with a flat-tip screwdriver through the hole in the front side of the bracket cover (B). NOTE: Make sure the hook is unlocked. cardiagn.com 2. While pushing in the hook (A) with a flat-tip screwdriver, release the sunvisor (
  • Page 3013. Remove the sunvisor (A). NOTE: If the sunvisor cannot be removed, the hook has not rotated into the bracket cover. Repeat step 2 to rotate the hook. 4. With vanity mirror light: Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 2. Sunvisor Holder - Remove 1. If necessary, turn the sunvisor holder (A) 45
  • Page 3022. If necessary, remove the holder grommet (A). 1. Sunvisor - Check 1. If the side curtain airbag has deployed, replace the cardiagn.com sunvisor, along with the other parts listed for side curtain airbag deployment. 2. If the side curtain airbag has not deployed, inspect the sunvisor for damage. A
  • Page 3031. Install the holder (A) into the holder grommet (B) by turning it 45 ° clockwise. 2. Install the holder and holder grommet as an assembly into the body by pushing it until the hooks snap into place securely. 3. Sunvisor - Install 1. With vanity mirror light: Connect the vanity mirror light connect
  • Page 3043. While holding the bracket cover (A), rotate the sunvisor (B) forward until the hook (C) snaps into place. 4. Gently pull down on the sunvisor to make sure it is properly secured in the body. 5. Rotate the sunvisor into the holder (D). cardiagn.com