Honda CR-V: Injector Replacement

1. Relieve fuel pressure.

2. Remove the engine cover.

3. Disconnect the connectors (A) from the injectors.

Honda CR-V. Injector Replacement

4. Remove the ground cable bolt (G101) (B).

5. Disconnect the quick-connect fitting (C).

6. Remove the fuel rail mounting nuts (D) from the fuel rail (E).

7. Remove the injector clip (F) from the injector.

8. Remove the injector from the fuel rail.

9. Coat the new O-rings (A) with clean engine oil, and insert the injectors (B) into the fuel rail (C).

Honda CR-V. Injector Replacement

10. Install the injector clip (D).

11. Coat the injector O-rings (E) with clean engine oil.

12. Install the fuel rail and the injectors in the injector base (F).

13. Install the fuel rail mounting nuts (G) and the ground cable bolt (G101).

14. Connect the injector connectors.

15. Connect the quick-connect fitting.

16. Turn the ignition switch ON (II), but do not operate the starter. After the fuel pump runs for about 2 seconds, the fuel rail will be pressurized. Repeat this two or three times, then check for fuel leakage.

A/F Sensor Replacement

Special Tools Required

O2 sensor wrench, Snap-on S3176, or equivalent, commercially available

1. Disconnect the A/F sensor 4P connector (A), then remove the A/F sensor (B).

Honda CR-V. A/F Sensor Replacement

2. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

Secondary HO2S Replacement

Special Tools Required

O2 sensor wrench, Snap-on S3176, or equivalent, commercially available.

1. Disconnect the secondary HO2S 4P connector (A), then remove the secondary HO2S (B).

Honda CR-V. Secondary H02S Replacement

2. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

CMP Sensor B Replacement

1. Remove the EGR valve.

2. Disconnect the CMP sensor B connector (A).

Honda CR-V. CMP Sensor B Replacement

3. Remove CMP sensor B (B).

4. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (C).

CKP Sensor Replacement

1. Disconnect the CKP sensor connector (A).

Honda CR-V. CKP Sensor Replacement

2. Remove the CKP sensor (B).

3. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (C).

4. Do the CKP pattern clear/CKP pattern learn procedure with the HDS.

MAP Sensor Replacement

1. Disconnect the MAP sensor connector (A).

Honda CR-V. MAP Sensor Replacement

2. Remove the MAP sensor (B).

3. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (C).

MAF Sensor/IAT Sensor Replacement

1. Disconnect the MAF sensor/IAT sensor connector (A).

Honda CR-V. MAF Sensor/IAT Sensor Replacement

2. Remove the screws (B).

3. Remove the MAF sensor/IAT sensor (C).

4. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (D).

ECT Sensor 1 Replacement

1. Drain the engine coolant.

2. Remove the air cleaner.

3. Disconnect the ECT sensor 1 connector (A).

Honda CR-V. ECT Sensor 1 Replacement

4. Remove ECT sensor 1 (B).

5. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (C), then refill the radiator with engine coolant.

ECT Sensor 2 Replacement

1. Remove the splash shield.

2. Drain the engine coolant.

3. Disconnect the ECT sensor 2 connector (A), then remove ECT sensor 2 (B).

Honda CR-V. ECT Sensor 2 Replacement

4. Install ECT sensor 2 with a new O-ring (C).

5. Install the splash shield.

6. Refill the radiator with engine coolant.

Knock Sensor Replacement

1. Lift the vehicle, and support it with jackstands.

2. Disconnect the knock sensor connector (A).

Honda CR-V. Knock Sensor Replacement

3. Remove the knock sensor (B).

4. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

READ NEXT:

 PCM Replacement

NOTE: Make sure the HDS is loaded with the latest software version. If you are replacing the PCM after substituting a known-good PCM, reinstall the original PCM, then do this procedure. During

 Electronic Throttle Control System

Component Location Index ELECTRONIC THROTTLE CONTROL SYSTEM (ETCS) CONTROL RELAY (RELAY SOCKET F) POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) General Troubleshooting Information Replacemen

 DTC Troubleshooting

SEE MORE:

 System Description

SRS Components Airbags The SRS is a safety device which, when used with the seat belt, is designed to help protect the driver and front passenger in a frontal impact exceeding a certain set limit. The system consists of the SRS unit, including safing sensor and impact sensor (A), the cable reel (B

 To Play a PC Card

You operate the PC card player with the same controls used for the radio and the disc player. To load or play a card, the ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position. The PC card player reads and plays cards in MP3 or WMA formats. Depending on the format, the scree

© 2016-2021 Copyright www.hcrv.net