Thanks for the info. Seems the motor is the problem as I was able to remove the motor and plug it in and it runs free for a short few seconds and then stops. I have a new one on order from the dealership, comes in today. There is a bracket that holds the various components (motor, grommet, flexible tube and cable, etc.). It's a slight trick to reassemble everything onto the bracket and reinstall. That is mainly the info I am searching.With a Chevy Cruze only two torx screws at the rear of the front seats held the runners down, had to move the drivers seat far forward use the correct size torx bit in an impact wrench, because you needed a lot of down force, and exactly perpendicular or you will strip the inside of the torx bolts out and never get them out.
Isn't your Honda using four metric size bolts, not nearly a problem, thread are usually exposed underneath, PB Blaster helps if driving on road salt. Tipping the seat back lets you disconnect the electrical connectors, but what is the problem, is the motor brushes burnt out, or could be a seat adjustment switch, or even a broken power wire.
Had to remove seats for other reasons, like a power window refused to go back up at an Illinois toll booth in a Lincoln Continental had major thunderstorms all the way back. Removing all the seats is the only way to remove the carpet to dry it out.
Also had a stupid idea of bending the door into the roof for more head room. but if you opened the door, rain would get into the window switches to corrode them. After I got it all fixed up and looking nice, selling it was the best solution.