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Q: How do the center pockets open?

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How do the center pockets open?

A: Your Accord may be equipped with one or mor...

Your Accord may be equipped with one or more center pockets depending on the trim level you selected, and the presence of in-dash navigation. One is a larger pocket, located just under the air conditioning controls, and the other is a smaller pocket, located next to the front power accessory. To open these, simply pull up on the respective lid. The pocket will open, allowing you to store small items. Close the lid when you’re done.

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