Honda CR-V: Door Lower Trim Replacement

NOTE:

1. Remove these items:

2. From the front or the rear door, remove the screw.

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

3. Using a utility knife, carefully cut the double-sided adhesive tape (A) along the edge of the door lower trim (B).

Front door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

Rear door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

4. With the help of an assistant, slide the door lower trim (A) rearward, and remove it. The clips (B, C) stay in the body. Turn the clips (B) 45 º counterclockwise, and remove them.

Front door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

Rear door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

5. Check if the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, and if necessary, replace them with new ones.

6. Install the clips on the trim.

7. Scrape off the remaining double-sided adhesive tape from the trim and door, then clean the trim and door surfaces with a sponge dampened in isopropyl alcohol.

8. Apply primer to the area where the panel will be applied.

9. Attach the double-sided adhesive tape (A) to the trim (B), and fold the edge of each adhesive backing from the double-sided adhesive tape.

Front door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

Rear door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

10. Hold the trim (A) up, and fit all the clips (B, C) into the holes in the door, then push on the trim until the clips snap into place.

Front door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

Rear door

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

11. Carefully pull the adhesive backing (D) away, and push the trim into place securely.

12. Set the screw into the back of clip, then reinstall the door speaker and the door panel.

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