Honda CR-V: Automatic Transmission

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Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

07HAE-PL50101 may also be used to substitute one of 07LAE-PX40100.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

  1. Mainshaft Holder
  2. Attachment, 78 x 90 mm
  3. Clutch Spring Compressor Bolt Assembly
  4. Holder Handle
  5. Oil Seal Driver Attachment
  6. Attachment, 40 x 50 mm
  7. Clutch spring Compressor Attachment
  8. Bearing Installer Attachment
  9. Installer Shaft
  10. A/T Pressure Hose, 2,210 mm
  11. A/T Pressure Hose Adapter
  12. Attachment, 78 x 80 mm
  13. Attachment, 42 mm I.D.
  14. Companion Flange Holder
  15. Clutch Compressor Attachment
  16. Tapered Bearing Outer Race Attachment
  17. Preload Inspection Tool
  18. A/T Clutch Pressure Gauge Set/Panel
  19. Adjustable Bearing Puller, 25-40 mm

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

07736-A01000B or 07736-A01000A must be used with commercially available 3/8 "-16 slide hammer.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

  1. Attachment, 32 x 35 mm
  2. Attachment, 42 x 47 mm
  3. Attachment, 52 x 55 mm
  4. Attachment, 62 x 68 mm
  5. Attachment, 72 x 75 mm
  6. Attachment, 22 x 24 mm
  7. Attachment, 40 x 42 mm
  8. Driver, 40 mm 1.0.
  9. Attachment, 35 mm 1.0.
  10. Driver
  11. Oil Seal Driver Attachment
  12. Oil Seal Driver Attachment

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