Honda CR-V: Transfer Assembly Inspection/Removal/Installation

Honda CR-V (2006–2011) Service Manual / Transaxle / Automatic Transmission / Transfer Assembly Inspection/Removal/Installation

Transfer Assembly Inspection

1. Shift the transmission into the N position.

2. Raise the vehicle on a lift, and make sure it is supported securely.

3. Make a reference mark (A) across the propeller shaft (B) and the transfer companion flange (C).

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4. Separate the propeller shaft from the transfer assembly.

5. Set a dial indicator (A) on the transfer companion flange (B), and measure the transfer gear backlash.

Standard: 0.06-0.16 mm (0.002-0.006 in.)

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6. If the measurement is out of standard, remove the transfer assembly, and adjust the transfer gear backlash.

7. Check for fluid leaks between the mating faces of the transfer assembly and transmission.

8. If there is leak, remove the transfer assembly, and replace the O-ring. Also check for fluid leaks between the mating surfaces of the transfer housing and transfer cover. If there is a leak, remove the transfer cover, and replace the O-ring.

9. Check for leaks between the transfer companion flange and transfer oil seal.

10. If there is a leak, remove the transfer assembly from the transmission, and replace the transfer oil seal and O-ring on the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear). If oil seal and O-ring replacement is required, you will need to check and adjust the transfer gear tooth contact, transfer gear backlash, the tapered roller bearing starting torque, and the total starting torque (see page 14-409). Do not replace the oil seal with the transfer assembly on the transmission.

Transfer Assembly Removal

1. Shift the transmission into the N position.

2. Raise the vehicle on a lift, and make sure it is supported securely.

3. Remove the drain plug (A), and drain the automatic transmission fluid (ATF).

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4. Reinstall the drain plug with a new sealing washer (B).

5. Disconnect the A/F sensor connector and the secondary heated oxygen sensor connector.

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6. Remove the sensor harnesses from the harness clamps.

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7. Remove the three-way catalytic converter.

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8. Make a reference mark (A) across the propeller shaft (B) and the transfer companion flange (C).

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9. Separate the propeller shaft from the transfer companion flange.

10. Remove the transfer assembly mounting bolts (A) (4), and pullout the bolt (B) to the limit of travel.

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11. Remove the transfer assembly (C) and dowel pin (D) from the transmission.

Transfer Assembly Installation

1. Clean the areas where the transfer assembly contacts the transmission with solvent, and dry with compressed air. Then apply transmission fluid to the contact area.

2. Install the new O-ring (A) on the transfer assembly (B).

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3. Install the dowel pin (C) in the transfer housing.

4. Install the one bolt (D) part-way in the rear lower of the transfer housing, and install the transfer assembly on the transmission.

5. Install the propeller shaft (A) to the transfer companion flange (B) by aligning the reference mark (C).

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6. Install the three-way catalytic converter (A) with the bolts, the new self-locking nuts, and new gaskets (B) (C).

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7. Connect the A/F sensor connector and the secondary heated oxygen sensor connector.

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8. Install the sensor harnesses in the harness clamps.

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9. Refill the transmission with ATF (see step 5).

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