Honda CR-V: Fan, Fan Motor, Shroud Removal and Installation

Honda CR-V (2006–2011) Service Manual / Engine Cooling / Cooling System / Fan, Fan Motor, Shroud Removal and Installation

Removal

1. Remove the hood support rod, then use it as shown to prop the hood in the wide-open position.

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2. Remove the bulkhead cover.

3. Disconnect the fan motor connectors (A) and hood switch connector (B), then remove the harness clips (C).

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4. Remove the radiator upper brackets (A), then remove the front bulkhead (B).

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5. Remove the condenser fan shroud assembly (A), then remove the radiator fan shroud assembly (B) from condenser fan shroud side.

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6. Disassemble the fan shrouds.

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Installation

1. Assemble the fan shrouds.

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2. Install the radiator fan shroud assembly (A), then install the condenser fan shroud assembly (B).

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3. Install the front bulkhead (A), then install the radiator upper brackets (B).

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4. Apply body paint to the bulkhead mounting bolts.

5. Connect the fan motor connectors (A) and hood switch connector (B), then install the harness clips (C).

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6. Remove the bulkhead cover.

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