Honda CR-V: Openers

Component Location Index

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Fuel Fill Door Opener Cable Replacement

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

NOTE:

1. Remove these items from the vehicle:

2. Pull the carpet back as needed.

3. Disconnect the fuel fill door opener cable from the fuel fill door opener (see step 3).

4. Remove the cushion tape (A), and remove the fuel fill door opener cable (B) from the clips (C, D).

Using a clip remover, detach the clips (E).

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5. Remove the fuel fill door latch (A) from the body by turning it 90º.

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

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Hood Opener Cable Replacement

NOTE:

1. Remove these items:

2. Disconnect the hood opener cable (A) from the hood latch (B), then remove the hood release handle (C). Take care not to kink the cable.

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3. Using a clip remover, detach the clips (D, E) and remove the grommet (F) from the body, then remove the hood opener cable from the vehicle. Take care not to kink the cable.

4. Install the cable in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Fuel Fill Door Opener Replacement

1. Remove the kick panel, left side.

2. Remove the bolts, then remove the fuel fill door opener (A).

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3. Disconnect the fuel fill door opener cable (B) from the fuel fill door opener. Take care not to kink the cable.

4. Install the fuel fill door opener in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

Hood Latch Replacement

1. Remove the front bulkhead cover.

2. With hood latch switch: Remove the clip (A), then disconnect and detach the hood latch switch connector (B).

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3. Remove the bolts, then remove the hood latch (C) from the body, and disconnect the hood opener cable (D) from the hood latch.

4. Install the latch in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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Hood Release Handle Replacement

1. Remove the kick panel.

2. Remove the bolt, then remove the hood release handle (A).

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3. Disconnect the hood opener cable (B) from the hood release handle. Take care not to kink the cable.

4. Install the hood release handle in the reverse order of removal, and note there items:

Tailgate Latch Replacement

NOTE:

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1. Remove the tailgate lower trim panel.

2. Disconnect the actuator connector (A) and latch switch connector (B), then remove the bolts.

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3. Pull the tailgate latch (C) out, then remove the latch.

4. Install the latch in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:

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 Frame

Under-cowl Panel Replacement NOTE: Take care not to scratch the body. 1. Remove these items: Windshield wiper arms Front fender trim, both sides Cowl covers 2. Remove the bolts and nuts, discon

 HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)

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 Replacing Tires andWheels

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