Honda CR-V: Brake Hose

Brake Hose and Line Inspection

1. Inspect the brake hoses for damage, deterioration, leaks, interference, and twisting.

2. Check the brake lines for damage, rusting, and leaks. Also check for bent brake lines.

3. Check for leaks at hose and line joints and connections, and retighten if necessary.

4. Check the master cylinder and the VSA modulator-control unit for damage and leaks.

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

Brake Hose Replacement

NOTE:

Removal-Front

1. Remove the front wheel.

2. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B), then remove the brake hose clip (C).

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

3. Remove the banjo bolt (A), and disconnect the brake hose (B) from the caliper.

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

4. Remove the brake hose mounting bolt (C). then remove the brake hose.

Installation-Front

1. Install the brake hose (A) with the mounting bolt (B).

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

2. Connect the brake hose to the caliper with the banjo bolt (C) and new sealing washers (D).

3. Install a new brake hose clip (A) to the brake hose (B) on the bracket, then connect the brake line (C).

Do not twist the brake hose.

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

4. After installing the brake hose, bleed the brake system.

5. Do these checks:

6. Clean the mating surface of the brake disc and the inside of the wheel, then install the front wheel.

Removal-Rear

1. Remove the rear wheel.

2. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B), then remove the brake hose clip (C).

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

3. Remove the banjo bolt (A), and disconnect the brake hose (B) from the caliper.

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

4. Remove the brake hose mounting bolt (C), then remove the brake hose.

Installation-Rear

1. Install the brake hose (A) with the mounting bolt (B).

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

2. Connect the brake hose to the caliper with the banjo bolt (C) and new sealing washers (D).

3. Install a new brake hose clip (A) to the brake hose (B) on the bracket, then connect the brake line (C).

Do not twist the brake hose.

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

4. After installing the brake hose, bleed the brake system.

5. Do these checks:

6. Clean the mating surface of the brake disc/drum and the inside of the wheel, then install the rear wheel.

Parking Brake Cable Replacement

Exploded View

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

NOTE:

1. Loosen the parking brake cable adjusting nut.

2. Remove the parking brake shoes, and disconnect the parking brake cable from the parking brake lever.

3. Remove the parking brake cable mounting bolts from the backing plate (A), and remove the parking brake cable (B).

Honda CR-V. Conventional Brake Components

4. Pull the parking brake cable, and remove it from the backing plate.

5. Reinstall the parking brake cable in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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