Honda CR-V: Differential Mount Replacement

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Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

Differential Installation

1. Install rear differential mount assembly A to the rear differential assembly (B).

Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

2. Jack up the rear differential.

3. Install the new set rings (A) onto the driveshafts, then insert the drives hafts into the rear differential.

Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

4. Lift the rear differential up into position, then push on both driveshafts to lock the set rings into place.

Connect the breather tube (B).

5. Align the tab (A) of the rubber mount (B) with the hole (C) of the plates (D), then install the plates and torque the rear differential mount assembly mounting bolts (E).

NOTE: The rubber heat insulator (F) is installed only in the right side.

Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

6. Install the breather tubes (G) to the clips (H).

7. Install the right and left rear differential mount brackets B (A), then torque the bolts (B).

Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

8. Install the breather tube (C) to the clip (D).

9. Install the No.2 propeller shaft (A) onto the rear differential (B) by aligning the reference marks (C) made during removal. Make sure you use new mounting bolts (D).

Honda CR-V. Rear Differential

10. Fill the rear differential with the differential fluid to the proper level.

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