Q: Removal of rear seat

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I need to know how to remove my rear seat on my 2003 honda Accord coupe so I can put on new seat cover. I know it has 2 hooks at the front of the seat but don't know how to get the hooks to release. I guess the real question is how do I remove the rear seat so I can secure new seat cover. Thank u.

Hi there. This video shows how the process is completed on the 9th Gen Honda Accord. The process for your 2003 is nearly identical.

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