Honda CR-V: Calculating Fuel Economy

Measuring Techniques

Direct calculation is the recommended source of information about your actual fuel economy.

Using frequency of fill-ups or taking fuel gauge readings are NOT accurate measures of fuel economy.

Fuel economy may improve over the first several thousand miles (kilometers).

Checking Your Fuel Economy

1) Fill the fuel tank until the nozzle automatically clicks off.

1) Fill the fuel tank until the nozzle automatically clicks off.

2) Reset trip counter to zero.

3) Record the total gallons (liters) needed to refill.

4) Follow one of the simple calculations above.

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 Accessories and Modifications

Modifying your vehicle, or installing some non-Honda accessories, can make it unsafe. Before you make any modifications or add any accessories, be sure to read the following information.

 Accessories

Your dealer has Honda accessories that allow you to personalize your vehicle. These accessories have been designed and approved for your vehicle, and are covered by warranty. Although non-Hon

 Modifying Your Vehicle

Removing parts from your vehicle, or replacing components, with non-Honda components could seriously affect your vehicle’s handling, stability, and reliability. Here are some examples: Low

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 Cylinder Head Installation

1. Install a new coolant separator in the engine block whenever the engine block is replaced. 2. Clean the cylinder head and block surface. 3. Install the new cylinder head gasket (A) and dowel pins (B) on the engine block. Always use a new cylinder head gasket. Set the crankshaft to top dead cen

 Auto-tensioner Removal and Installation

Removal 1. Remove the chain case cover. 2. Turn the crankshaft counterclockwise to compress the auto-tensioner. 3. Align the holes on the lock (A) and the auto-tensioner (B), then insert a 1.2 mm (0.05 in.) diameter pin or lock pin (P/N 14511 -PNA-003) (C) into the holes. Turn the crankshaft clock

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