Honda CR-V: Mirrors

Component Location Index

Honda CR-V. Mirrors

Honda CR-V. Mirrors

Power Mirror Replacement

Special Tools Required

KTC trim tool set SOJATP2014 *

* Available through the American Honda Tool and Equipment Program; call 888-424-6857

NOTE:

1. Raise the door glass fully.

2. Pry up on the edge of the mirror mount cover (A) with a trim tool to detach the pin (B), and gently pull out the cover to detach the clips (C) from the door.

Fastener Locations

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3. Remove the front door panel.

4. Disconnect the connector (A).

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5. Remove the nuts.

Fastener Locations

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6. While holding the mirror (A), pull the harness (B) out through the hole in the door. Take care not to scratch the door.

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7. Install the mirror in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Mirror Holder Replacement

NOTE: Put on gloves to protect your hands.

1. Carefully push on the top edge of the mirror holder (A) by hand.

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2. Put a shop towel in the opening between the lower edge of the mirror holder and the mirror housing (B) to prevent scratches, and detach the bottom clips (C) with a flat-tip screwdriver wrapped with protective tape.

3. Carefully pull out the bottom edge of the mirror holder (A) to separate the adhesive (B).

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4. Separate the mirror holder from the actuator (C) by releasing the hooks (D). If equipped, disconnect the mirror defogger connectors (E).

5. Before reinstalling the mirror holder to the inner holder (A) of the actuator, check the actuator rods (B) and the actuator boots (C):

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6. If equipped, reconnect the mirror defogger connectors.

7. Reattach the hooks of the mirror holder to the actuator, then position the mirror holder on the actuator. Carefully push on the clip portions of the mirror holder until the mirror holder locks into place.

8. Check the actuator operation.

Rearview Mirror Replacement

1. Release the hooks (A), then pull the mirror base cover (B) down.

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