Honda CR-V: Accessory Power Sockets

Component Location Index

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

Circuit Diagram

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

Front Accessory Power Socket Test/Replacement

NOTE: If all of the front, console, and cargo area accessory power sockets do not work, check the No. 34 (7.5 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and ground (G502).

1. Remove the dashboard center lower cover.

2. Disconnect the 2P connector (A) from the front accessory power socket (B).

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

3. Inspect the connector terminals to be sure they are all making good contact.

4. Turn the ignition switch to ACC (I).

5. Measure voltage between the power accessory socket 2P connector No.1 terminal and body ground. There should be battery voltage.

6. Check for continuity between the No.2 terminal and body ground. There should be continuity.

7. Remove the socket (A).

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

8. Remove the housing (A) from the panel.

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

9. Install the power socket in the reverse order of removal.

Console Accessory Power Socket Test/Replacement

NOTE: If all of the front, console, and cargo area accessory power sockets do not work, check the No. 34 (7.5 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and poor ground (G502).

1. For EX-L: Remove the center console.

For EX: Remove the center table AUX cover (A) from the table.

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

2. Disconnect the 2P connector (A) from the console accessory power socket (B).

EX-L

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

EX

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

3. Inspect the connector terminals to be sure they are all making good contact.

4. Turn the ignition switch to ACC (I).

5. Measure voltage between the No.1 terminal and body ground. There should be battery voltage.

6. Check for continuity between the No.2 terminal and body ground. There should be continuity.

7. Remove the socket (A).

EX-L

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

EX

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

8. Remove the housing (A).

EX-L

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

EX

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

9. Install the power socket in the reverse order of removal.

Cargo Area Accessory Power Socket Test/Replacement

NOTE: If all of the front, console, and cargo area accessory power sockets do not work, check the No. 34 (7.5 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box and ground (G502).

1. Remove the rear side trim panel.

2. Disconnect the 2P connector (A) from the cargo area accessory power socket (B).

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

3. Inspect the connector terminals to be sure they are all making good contact.

4. Turn the ignition switch to ACC (I).

5. Measure voltage between the No.1 terminal and body ground. There should be battery voltage.

6. Check for continuity between the No.2 terminal and body ground. There should be continuity.

7. Remove the socket (A).

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

8. Remove the housing (A) from the panel.

Honda CR-V. Accessory Power Sockets

9. Install the power socket in the reverse order of removal.

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