Honda CR-V: Compass Operation

Next to the outside temperature

Next to the outside temperature indicator of the information display, a compass indicates which direction your vehicle is pointed. It indicates eight directions.

N: North
S: South
E: East
W: West
NE: Northeast
NW: Northwest
SE: Southeast
SW: Southwest

For example, when your vehicle is traveling in the north-east direction, the compass shows ‘‘NE’’ in the display.

Compass operation can be affected by driving near power lines or stations, across bridges, through tunnels, over railroad crossings, past large vehicles, or driving near large objects that can cause a magnetic disturbance. It can also be affected by accessories such as antennas and roof racks that are mounted by magnets.

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 Compass Calibration

If you see ‘‘- -’’ in the direction display when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, the compass is self-calibrating. The compass may need to be manually calibrate

 Compass Zone Selection

In most areas, there is a variation between magnetic north and true north. Zone selection is required so the compass can compensate for this variation. To check and select the zone, do this:

 Security System

If equipped The security system helps to protect your vehicle and valuables from theft. The horn sounds and a combination of headlights, parking lights, side marker lights and taillights flash

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 Valve Body

Valve Body and ATF Strainer Removal NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; the 2WD is similar. 1. Remove the ATF feed pipes (A) and ATF joint pipes (B). 2. Remove the ATF strainer (C) (two bolts), 3. Remove the regulator valve body (D) (eight bolts), 4. Remove the stator shaft (E) and

 Symptom Troubleshooting

Hard Steering 1. Check the power assist. Is the initial turning load more than 34 N (3.5 kgf, 7.7 Ibf) ? YES-Go to step 2. NO-Power assist is OK. 2. Connect the P/S joint adapter (pump), P/S joint adapter (hose), and P/S pressure gauge T/N 07406- 0010001 (see page 17-9), T/N 07406-001000A or T/N

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