The 1994 Honda Civic was made in a coupe and hatchback style, but both shared identical interior parts including the seats, headliner, carpet and accessories. One person and only a few tools are needed to remove the interior from a 94 Honda Civic. Removal may take several hours and can be spread out over the course of more than one day.
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Things you need
- Socket set
- Phillips screwdriver
- Flat screwdriver
Remove the front seats from the Civic using a ratchet and socket. There is one bolt at the corner of each seat going through metal leg bracket and the floor. The bolt is a 12mm bolt and should be removed using a 12mm socket. Pull the seats out of the front door.
Pull the back of the rear seat out, begining with the top. The seat is held in by metal clips that pop out when pulled. Once rear back is out, pull the bottom of the seat out. Remove both sections from the Civic.
Use a flat screwdriver to genlty pry up the bottom of the centre console between the space for the two front seats. There are several screws that must be removed using a Phillips screwdriver. Remove these screws and pull the console out of the car.
Lift the door sill trim out of the bottom of the doorway. These pieces are not attached to the floor and are easy to pull up. Pull the plastic panels off of the inside of the car, just in front of the door sill trim. These are also only attached with clips and pull off easily.
Pull the carpet out of the Civic by beginning at the front of the car, underneath the driver's brake and accelerators. The carpet is not attached to the floor here and can be pulled up easily. With the seats, plastic trim and centre console removed, the carpet can be pulled up by pulling it away from the glue on the floor. Pull it out of the car.
Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws from the sun visors and dome light. Remove the plastic trim from around the headliner by unscrewing the screws and pulling the trim down. The headliner can be removed at this point.