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.

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

2. Remove the bulkhead cover.

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

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

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

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

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

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

6. Disassemble the fan shrouds.

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

Installation

1. Assemble the fan shrouds.

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

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

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

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

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

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).

Honda CR-V. Cooling System

6. Remove the bulkhead cover.

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