Honda CR-V: Road Test

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on).

2. Apply the parking brake, and block both rear wheels. Start the engine, then shift to the D position while pressing the brake pedal. Press the accelerator pedal, and release it suddenly. The engine should not stall.

3. Repeat step 2 in all shift lever positions.

4. Connect the HDS to the DLC (A), and go to the A/T data list. If the HDS does not communicate with the PCM, troubleshoot the DLC circuit.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

5. Prepare the HDS to take a HIGH SPEED SNAPSHOT (refer to the HDS user's guide for more details if needed):

6. Find a suitable level road. When you are ready to do the test, press OK on the HDS.

7. Monitor the HDS and accelerate quickly until the APP Sensor A reads 1.75 V. Maintain a steady throttle until the transmission shifts to 5th gear, then slow the vehicle and come to a stop.

8. Save the snapshot if the entire event was recorded or increase the recording time setting as necessary and repeat step 7.

9. Adjust the parameter setting to 2.25 V. Test-drive the vehicle again. While monitoring the HDS, accelerate quickly until the APP Sensor A reads 2.25 V. Maintain a steady throttle until the transmission shifts to 5th gear (or reasonable speed), then slow the vehicle and come to a stop.

10. Save the snapshot if the entire event was recorded or increase the recording time setting as necessary and repeat step 9.

11. Accelerate quickly until the accelerator pedal is to the floor. Maintain a steady pedal until the transmission shifts to 3rd gear, then slow to a stop, and save the snapshot.

12. Review each snapshot individually, and compare the Shift Command, the APP Sensor A voltage, and the Vehicle Speed to the table below.

Upshift: D Position

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

Downshift: D Position (reference)

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

13. Drive the vehicle. in 4th or 5th gear in the D position, then shift to the 2 position. The vehicle should immediately begin to slow down from engine braking, then slow to a stop. 14. Shift to the R position, briefly accelerate from a stop at full throttle, and check for abnormal noise and clutch slippage.

15. Park the vehicle on a slope (about 16 degrees), apply the parking brake, and shift into the P position. Release the brake; the vehicle should not move.

NOTE: Always use the brake to hold the vehicle, when stopped on an incline in gear. Depending on the grade of the incline, the vehicle could roll backwards if the brake is released.

Stall Speed Test

1. Make sure the transmission fluid is filled to the proper level.

2. Apply the parking brake, and block all four wheels.

3. Connect the HDS to the DLC (A), and go to the A/T data list. If the HDS does not communicate with the PCM, troubleshoot the DLC circuit.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

4. Make sure the A/C switch OFF.

5. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on).

After the engine is warmed up, shift to the D position.

6. Firmly press and hold the brake pedal, and then firmly press the accelerator pedal for 6 to 8 seconds, and note engine speed. Do not move the shift lever while raising engine speed.

7. Allow 2 minutes for cooling, then repeat the test in the 2,1, and R positions.

NOTE:

Stall Speed rpm:
Specification: 2,445 rpm
Service Limit: 2,295-2,595 rpm

8. If the stall speeds are out of the service limit, the possible problems and probable causes are listed in the table.

Honda CR-V. Automatic Transmission

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