Honda CR-V: Cowl Cover Replacement

Special Tools Required

KTC trim tool set SOJATP2014 *

* Available through the American Honda Tool and Equipment Program; call 888-424-6857

NOTE:

1. Remove these items:

2. From both sides of the cowl cover, release the hooks (A) from the cowl cover (B) and the front fender (C), then release the hood hinge cover (D), then remove the covers.

Driver's side

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

Passenger's side

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

3. Remove the rear hood seal (A) by pulling it out.

Using a clip remover, detach the clips from the cowl covers.

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

4. Detach the clips (A) by carefully pulling the passenger's cowl cover (B) upward, and release the hook (C) on the passenger's cowl cover from the driver's cowl cover, then release the hooks (D) from the under cowl panel (E), disconnect the windshield washer tubes (F), and remove the passenger's cowl cover.

Honda CR-V. Exterior Trim

5. Detach the clips (G) by carefully pulling the driver's cowl cover (H) upward, then release the hooks (I) from the under cowl panel, and remove the driver's cowl cover.

6. Install the covers in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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