Honda CR-V: Engine Block

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Honda CR-V. Engine Block

Honda CR-V. Engine Block

  1. Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 96 mm

  2. Driver

Component Location Index

Honda CR-V. Engine Block

Honda CR-V. Engine Block

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 Connecting Rod and Crankshaft End Play Inspection

1. Remove the oil pump. 2. Remove the baffle plates (see step 7). 3. Measure the connecting rod end play with a feeler gauge between the connecting rod and crankshaft. Connecting Rod End Play Standa

 Connecting Rod Bearing Replacement

Rod Bearing Clearance Inspection 1. Remove the oil pump. 2. Remove the baffle plates (see step 7). 3. Remove the connecting rod cap and bearing half. 4. Clean the crankshaft rod journal and bearing

 Oil Pan Removal

1. If the engine is already out of the vehicle, go to step 20. 2. Raise the vehicle on the lift to full height. 3. Drain the engine oil. 4. Remove the front wheels. 5. Remove the splash shield (se

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 VTC Oil Control Solenoid Valve Removal/Test/Installation

1. Disconnect the VTC oil control solenoid valve 2P connector (A). 2. Remove the bolt (B) and the VTC oil control solenoid valve (C). 3. Check the VTC oil control solenoid valve strainer for clogging. If the strainer is clogged, replace the VTC oil control solenoid valve. 4. Note the amount of va

 Emissions Testing

Testing of Readiness Codes If you take your vehicle for an emissions test shortly after the battery has been disconnected or gone dead, it may not pass the test. This is because of certain ‘‘readiness codes’’ that must be set in the onboard diagnostics for the emissions systems

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