Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: CVT Road Test (CVT)

Test

1. HDS - Connect

2. Engine - Warm Up

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

3. CVT - Road Test

  1. Park the vehicle on the level ground.
  2. Apply the parking brake, and block all four wheels
  3. Start the engine
  4. Shift the transmission to D position/mode while pressing the brake pedal. Press the accelerator pedal, and release it suddenly. The engine should not stall
  5. Repeat step 4 in all positions / modes
  6. Prepare the HDS and the MVCI to take a SNAPSHOT (refer to the HDS user's guide for more details if needed):
    • Set the Trigger Type to Parameter.
    • Adjust the Parameter setting to APP Sensor A above 1.20 V.
    • Set the Record Time to 60 seconds.
    • Set the Trigger Point to (Negative) - 30 seconds.
  7. Find a suitable level road
  8. When you are ready to do the test, press OK on the HDS
  9. Accelerate quickly until APP Sensor A reads 1.21 V. Maintain a steady throttle at 1.21 V until the vehicle reaches a 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. Adjust the parameter setting to 2.30 V
  12. Test-drive the vehicle again. Accelerate quickly until APP Sensor A reads 2.31 V. Maintain a steady throttle until the vehicle reaches a reasonable speed, then slow the vehicle, and come to a stop
  13. Save the snapshot if the entire event was recorded, or increase the recording time setting as necessary, and repeat step 12
  14. Accelerate quickly until the accelerator pedal is to the floor. Maintain a steady pedal until the vehicle reaches to reasonable speed, then slow to a stop, and save the snapshot.
  15. Review each snapshot individually, and compare APP Sensor A (V), the Vehicle Speed, and the Engine Speed to the following table:

D Position/Mode:

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

S Position/Mode:

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

L Position/Mode: (Without Paddle Shifter)

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

Sequential Sportshift Mode: (With Paddle Shifter)

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

  1. Park the vehicle on an upward slope (about 16 degrees), apply the parking brake, and shift the transmission to P position/mode. Release the brake; the vehicle should not move.

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

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