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Old 26 Dec 2010, 03:01 pm
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Default How to fold 2004 Honda Accord LX Sedan rear bench seats?

How to fold 2004 Honda Accord LX Sedan rear bench seats?
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Old 26 Dec 2010, 03:16 pm
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Behind the headrests, there is a keyhole. Insert your master key, turn clockwise to unlock the seat, then push it down towards the floor.
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