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Long story short while sitting in back seat my wife dumped an entire pumpkin pie onto my armrest and a bunch of it got inside the rear heat/ac vent. I'd like to take it apart to clean it thoroughly. Does anyone have instructions or tricks to getting the trim apart without breaking any of the tabs? Could not find anything on Youtube. Thanks!
 

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Long story short while sitting in back seat my wife dumped an entire pumpkin pie onto my armrest and a bunch of it got inside the rear heat/ac vent. I'd like to take it apart to clean it thoroughly. Does anyone have instructions or tricks to getting the trim apart without breaking any of the tabs? Could not find anything on Youtube. Thanks!
Haynes has a repair manual that covers the 2012 to 2016 CRV. Maybe info there? Your library might have a copy. Here's Amazon link:

https://www.amazon.com/Honda-Civic-...ingsworth&qid=1552199013&s=books&sr=1-1-fkmr0
 

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Long story short while sitting in back seat my wife dumped an entire pumpkin pie onto my armrest and a bunch of it got inside the rear heat/ac vent. I'd like to take it apart to clean it thoroughly. Does anyone have instructions or tricks to getting the trim apart without breaking any of the tabs? Could not find anything on Youtube. Thanks!
Another option is to pay $10 to subscribe to Honda Service Express for 1 day.

https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/logon.aspx
 

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Do this the military way. Hand her a toothbrush and a bucket of hot soapy water and let HER clean up HER mess. And, next time, make her ride in the trunk. Just kidding. Sorry, I just couldn't resist. I highly recommend a factory service manual to anyone who intends to DYI anything. There really is no substitute. Mine has already paid for itself several times over, just as it did on my F250, and the car before that, etc. I would just about guess you'll have to remove the entire console and at least partially disassemble it to get the job done.
 

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If you are still looking I have found how to do this on another thread on this forum, just google "How to find and adjust the handbrake lever/cable on honda CRV 2014" and he will tell you in the video how to do it

Hope it helps
 
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