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Honda Fit: Carpet Replacement

Special Tools Required

SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations   and the precautions and procedures   before doing repairs or service.

NOTE:

  1. Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure, then wait at least 3 minutes before beginning work.

  1. Remove these items:

    • Center console

    • Front seats, both sides

    • Kick panels, both sides

    • Front door sill trim, both sides

    • Front door inner seal, as needed

    • B-pillar lower trim, both sides

    • Rear door sill trim, both sides

    • Rear door inner seal, as needed

    • Rear seat leg guide cover, both sides

    • Tie down hooks, both sides

  1. Pry up at the gap (A) to detach the clips and the pins (B), then remove the footrest (C).

  2. Fastener Locations: Clip, 2BCAB
  1. Detach the clips and release the Velcro fasteners (A) that fasten the carpet (B) to the bottom of the rear seat-backs (C), then pull the carpet out from under both cargo area side trim panels (D).

  2. Fastener Locations: Clip, 4DAABC
  1. Remove the carpet (A).

    1. Cut the carpet in the area (B) shown, then pull the carpet out from under the dashboard.

    1. Pull the seat wire harnesses (C) out through the holes in the carpet.

  2. ACCB
  1. Install the carpet in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

    • Take care not to damage, wrinkle, or twist the carpet.

    • Make sure the seat wire harnesses are routed correctly.

    • If the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones.

    • When installing new carpet, cut the carpet (A) in the area (B) as shown.

    • Slip the carpet under both cargo area side trim panels properly.

    • Push the Velcro fasteners and the clips into place securely.

    • Do the battery terminal reconnection procedure.

    • Slip the slit in the carpet over the hooks on the rear heater upper duct.

  2. AB
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