This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. Remove the rear seats and interior trim. Also remember that woofers move so make sure you leave enough room for the woofer's excursion upward movement. Then with the screwdriver, push the tab downward to release it from the window molding. Luckily, you can do this work on your own for less than half the price an auto shop would charge. Painting the interior of your Honda Civic is the easy part.
I recommend getting a sub with a narrower basket than what I got. This article applies to the Honda Accord. The next pieces to remove are the window crank handle and the inner door handle shroud. Just use a screwdriver to pop the plastic grabbers that are located around the outside of the panel. Then lift upwards and outwards on the panel until it can be moved away from the rest of the door.
Replace the side mirrors in your vehicle using just a few simple tools. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. In this case, the project vehicle is a 2002 Honda Civic sedan, but the process is similar for other vehicles as well. Step 4 — Apply primer and paint Put masking tape and plastic sheets around any surfaces you don't want painted. Bring the plate into the door, slide the large hole in the plate over the lock cylinder. This guide will help you through the process of removing the rear quarter panel on your Civic.
Pry up the arm rest with the flathead screwdriver and turn it upside down. Pry the piece on the inside of the side view mirror out. If you found this guide to be helpful, please consider making a small donation by clicking on the PayPal. I left them hooked up for now but I may disconnect them after I install everything and can spend some time tuning things. Also the track may have been bent or need to be bent back where it should be. Step 2 — Lift out the old molding Once all five clips have been released, the molding can now be removed from the door panel.
Behind the arm rest controls panel you'll find the last Phillips head screw. Pry the first cable out and mark it with some tape so that you don't mix it up with the other one later. Depending on your paint prep, level of experience, or spray location, it may be necessary to denib and wet-sand the finish to remove surface imperfections in order to add gloss. I didn't want to spend any additional money and I don't know how accessible the tweeter location is. The speaker grill has been removed.
Toward the front of the armrest, there's a removable plastic cover. Use the new panel as a template. Well here is how it goes, first you must remove the rear seat cushion, it just pops out, pull up and toward the front of the car. Push in the center of the pop rivet with the screwdriver so that it is loose for later when you pull off the panel. The plate uses both handle mounting bolts and rests between the outer door metal and inner lock rods. Allow the paint to dry completely before re-installing. Removing the panels should take approximately 10 minutes per door.
Each cable is held in place a few inches away from the end and also at the very end. Work the shirt back and forth and down until the clip comes off. Either with the proper tool, or with a set of long needle nose pliers. For more of my related automotive maintenance or repair instructions, click on the following links: , , , , , , , , , and. The rubber base of the pins stays agains the car until you pull the entire thing out b … y hand. Be sure to tighten up both bolts, but do not over-tighten. Remove the screws on the backside of the power locks from the door handle cover piece.
Then spray on the paint. Remove this bolt so you can manuver the track back on to the window. Open the doorand remove the bolts. I'd recommend buying upgraded replacement from Crutchfield. After that side pops, make it pop from the side towards the door, then pull it off and disconnect the connectors. First, use a long nose plier and squeeze the top outside corner of the pawl, then the bottom corner while applying slight pressure to the rod. The lock cylinder will be held to the door with a clip, needle nose pliers or a long screwdrive will remove this try going slowly from side to side it should fit snugly but will remove.