Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Side Sill Panel Removal and Installation

Removal

1. Front Wheel Arch Protector - Remove - Refer to: Front Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation, or Rear Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation

2. Rear Wheel Arch Protector - Remove - Refer to: Front Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation, or Rear Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation

3. Side Sill Panel - Remove

  1. Remove the screw and clips.

Exterior Trim - Service Information

  1. Slide the side sill panel (A) forward, and remove it.

    NOTE : The side clips will stay in the body.

Exterior Trim - Service Information

  1. Remove the side clips from the body by turning them 45 º.

Installation

1. Side Sill Panel - Install

  1. Install the side clips on the side sill panel (A).

Exterior Trim - Service Information

  1. Hold the panel up, and fit all the side clips into the holes in the body. Push on the panel until the clips snap into place
  2. Install the screw and clips.

Exterior Trim - Service Information

2. Rear Wheel Arch Protector - Install - Refer to: Front Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation, or Rear Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation

3. Front Wheel Arch Protector - Install - Refer to: Front Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation, or Rear Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation

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