Honda CR-V: Moonroof

Component Location Index

Honda CR-V. Moonroof

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Honda CR-V. Moonroof

Glass Position Adjustment

The roof panel (A) should be even with the glass weatherstrip (B), to within 0.4+0.6/-0.4 mm (0.01+0.02/-0.01 in.) all the way around, and should be to length of between the roof panel and glass, to within 13.5+1/-1 mm (0.55+0.04/-0.04 in). If not, make the following adjustment:

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1. Remove the bracket cover.

2. Adjust the glass (A).

  1. Using a T25 TORX bit, slightly loosen the bolts.
  2. Move the glass up or down and forward or rearward.
  3. Tighten all bolts securely.

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3. If necessary, repeat on the opposite side.

Glass Replacement

1. Close the glass fully.

2. Slide the sunshade all the way back.

3. pry out the lid (A), remove the screws (B), and release the hooks (C), then remove both bracket covers (D). With a T25 TORX bit, remove the bolts (E) from both glass brackets (F).

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4. Remove the glass (A) by lifting it up. Do not damage the roof panel.

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5. Install the glass in the reverse order of the removal, and adjust the glass position alignment.

6. Check for water leaks. Use free-flowing water from a hose without a nozzle. Do not use high-pressure water.

NOTE: It is normal for some water to seep past the moonroof into the moonroof frame, and exit through the drains.

Wind Deflector Replacement

1. Open the glass fully.

2. Remove the links (A) from both sides.

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3. Remove the wind deflector (A).

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4. Pry up on the deflector bases (A) and release the hooks (B), then remove the bases with springs (C) from both sides.

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5. Install the deflector in the reverse order of removal.

Drain Channel Replacement

1. Remove the glass.

2. Move both glass brackets (A) with the moonroof switch to the position where the moon roof normally tilts up, and disconnect the drain channel rods (B) on both sides.

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3. Slide the drain channel (A) forward.

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4. Pull the rear edge of the drain channel (A) up while pushing both clips (B), and release the channel from both hooks (C) of the drain channel slider by pulling it rearward.

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5. Remove the drain channel.

6. Install the channel in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

7. Check for water leaks. Let the water run freely from a hose without a nozzle. Do not use a high-pressure spray.

Sunshade Replacement

1. Remove the drain channel.

2. Slide the sunshade (A) until you can see both sunshade slider spacers (B).

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3. Remove the screws, then remove both spacers.

4. While lifting the front portion of the sunshade (A), move the sunshade forward until you can see both sunshade rear hooks (B). Do not damage the sunshade and hooks.

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5. Remove the screws, then remove both hooks.

6. Remove the sunshade (A).

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7. Remove both front sunshade base sliders (A) and both rear sunshade base sliders (B).

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8. Install the sunshade in the reverse order of removal, and check the glass position adjustment.

9. Check for water leaks. Let the water run freely from a hose without a nozzle. Do not use a high-pressure spray.

Motor Replacement

1. Remove the headliner.

2. Put on gloves to protect your hands. Disconnect the connector (A), and remove the bolts, then remove the motor (B).

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3. Install the motor in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Frame and Drain Tube Replacement

SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repairs or service.

1. Remove these items:

2. Put on gloves to protect your hands. Disconnect the motor connector (A).

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3. Disconnect the drain tubes (A).

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4. Remove the interior harness (B) by detaching the harness clips (C) and removing the cushion tapes (D).

5. With an assistant holding the frame (A), remove the bolts, starting at the rear, and release the rear hooks (B) by moving the frame forward.

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6. With the help of an assistant, carefully remove the frame through the front door opening. Take care not to scratch the interior trim and body, or tear the seat covers.

7. To remove a front drain valve (A) from the body, remove the kick panel, left or right, and the driver's dashboard undercover then remove the front drain tube (B).

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8. To remove a rear drain valve (A) from the cargo area, remove these parts:

Using a clip remover, detach the clips (B), then remove the rear drain tube (C).

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9. Install the frame and drain tube in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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10. Check for water leaks. Let the water run freely from a hose without a nozzle. Do not use a high-pressure spray.

Drain Channel Slider and Cable Assembly Replacement

1. Remove the frame.

2. Remove these parts from the frame:

3. Put on gloves to protect your hands. From both sides of the frame (A), remove the screws (B, C) securing the slide stops (D) and cable tube rear brackets (E) and remove the cable tube side bracket mounting bolts (F) and the cable tube mounting screws (G).

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4. Turn both cable tube side brackets (A) up to release the hooks (B) from the holes in both sides of the frame.

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5. Pivot the glass brackets (C) down by sliding the link lifters (D) back, then slide both glass brackets back with the link lifters.

6. Slide the cable assembly (E) half-way.

7. Remove the slide stops (A) and the drain channel sliders (B) from both sides.

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8. Slide the cable assembly (A) and both glass brackets (B) back, remove the deflector sliders (C) from both glass brackets, then remove them from the frame (D).

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9. Install the slider and cable assembly in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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Closing Force and Opening Drag Check

1. Remove the headliner.

2. Closing force check:

Closing force: 200-290 N (20-30 kgf, 44-66 Ibf)

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3. If the force in not within specification, remove the moon roof motor, then check:

4. Opening drag check: Protect the leading edge of the glass with a shop towel (A). Measure the effort required to open the glass using a spring scale (B) as shown.

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5. If the load is over 40 N (4 kgf, 9 Ibf), check:

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