It is pretty easy, but you need to take the spare tire well apart, maybe even the rear QPs.Hello all Quilldor Jenkins here. This past winter while delivering medical supplies for a company. I had a box spill medical sugar water into the spare tire well of my 2017 crv. I tackled it hard although i thought but that horrible french fry smell is now back. I'm now at the point of removing the foam in said spare tire compartment, but i can not find any explanations on where and how to start. Due to the fact that when i say "how to remove foam in spare tire compartment" the internet feels like i want to change my spare grrrrrrr. Plz can someone into DIY direct me in the right direction. Before i just take razor knife and ruin the spare tire compartment lining.
Consider subscribing to Honda tech info for a day for $5 or $10, it's an easy task but hard to explain. Once you have it download trim removal instructions for rear.
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