Honda CR-V: Power Flow

P Position

Hydraulic pressure is not applied to the clutch. Power is not transmitted to the countershaft. The countershaft is locked by the park pawl, interlocking the park gear.

N Position

Engine power transmitted from the torque converter drives the mainshaft idler gear, the idler shaft idler gear, and the secondary shaft idler gear, but hydraulic pressure is not applied to the clutches. Power is not transmitted to the.

counters haft. In this position, the position of the reverse selector differs according to whether the shift lever shifted from the D or R position:

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

1st Gear

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

2nd Gear

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

3rd Gear

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

4th Gear

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

5th Gear

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

R Position

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

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 Electronic Control System

Functional Diagram The electronic control system consists of the powertrain control module (PCM), sensors, and solenoid valves. Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable dri

 Hydraulic Controls

Valve Bodies The valve body includes the main valve body, the regulator valve body, and the servo body. The ATF pump is driven by splines on the left end of the torque converter which is attached to

 Hydraulic Flow

Distribution of Hydraulic Pressure As the engine turns, the ATF pump starts to operate. Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is drawn through the ATF strainer (filter) and discharged into the hydraulic

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 Cable Reel Replacement

Removal 1. Make sure the front wheels are aligned straight ahead. 2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery, and wait at least 3 minutes. 3. Remove the driver's airbag. 4. Disconnect the connector (A) from the cable reel, then remove the steering wheel bolt (B). 5. Confirm that the front

 Additional Safety Precautions

Never hold an infant or child on your lap. If you are not wearing a seat belt in a crash, you could be thrown forward and crush the child against the dashboard or a seat-back. If you are wearing a seat belt, the child can be torn from your arms and be seriously hurt or killed. Never

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