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Question about 1993 Accord

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----------- to remove the seat First disconnect the connectors under the seat. Remove the 3 bolts (Front Left, Front Right, Rear Right). Remove the nut from the Left Rear. Lift seat up and out. thanks

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Question about 1993 Accord

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...rear seat, to remove the seat: between the rear seat back and seat bottom is a 10mm bolt holding the seat botton in, it is just to the right of center. There is an access cover over the pump, the ...

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removing a small plastic plate at the back of the console as seen from the rear seat. You wil probably need about a 12mm deep socked to adjust it. If the nut is bottomed out you will need to adjust if

...honda wont close. window works fine. but shade is stuck I don't know if this will work, but you can try it. If you use the manual method for closing the moonroof, or opening it, it MIGHT take the ...

Question about 1993 VT 600 C Shadow

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rear (hidden by the seat) there is a rubber tab arrangement that holds the back in place. Remove the seat and it should come right off. Dont forget to disconnect the fuel line ... and ... turn off the

...seat or pemove rear tire and a small plate If your engine has a carbuerator, then these are the steps: Externally Mounted Fuel PumpDisconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the gas filler cap to ...

...located for a 1993 Honda Accord Ex? it is located inside ur FUEL TANK, can be accessed by removing the REAR LOWER part of passenger seat. Just be carefull removing it, 'cause the FLOAT comes w/

remove rear bench seat 1993 Honda accord Bolt is located in center between bench and back cushion

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