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Honda HR-V: Fuel Tank Removal and Installation (AWD)

Removal and Installation

1. Fuel Pressure - Relieve

2. Front Seat - Remove

3. Fuel Tank - Drain

  1. Drain the fuel tank, then reinstall the fuel tank unit without connecting the fuel tank unit connector and the quick-connect fitting.

4. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Connector - Disconnect

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the right rear heater duct (A).

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the access panel (A)
  2. Disconnect the secondary fuel gauge sending unit connector (B).

5. Propeller Shaft - Remove

6. EVAP Canister Connection - Disconnect

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the canister cover (A).

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Press the tab (A) and disconnect the fuel vent hose (B)
  2. Remove the fuel vent hose (B) from the clamp (C).

7. Filler Neck Tube and Suction Tube - Disconnect

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the suction joint clip (A).
  2. Disconnect the fuel line quick-connect fitting (B).
  3. Disconnect the filler neck tube (C) from the fuel fill pipe. When you disconnect the tube, slide back the clamp, then twist the tube as you pull to avoid damaging it.

8. Fuel Tank - Remove

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information
Fig. 2: Fuel Tank With Torque Specifications (1 Of 2)

  1. Remove the mounting bolt and nuts, then move fuel tank protector (A)
  2. Place a transmission jack under the fuel tank (B)
  3. Remove the front floor lower frame mounting bolts (C)
  4. Lower the fuel tank carefully.

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information
Fig. 3: Fuel Tank With Torque Specifications (2 Of 2)

  1. Remove the front floor lower frame (A) from the fuel tank (B)
  2. Remove the fuel tank protector (C)
  3. Remove the filler neck tube (D). When you disconnect the tube, slide back the clamp, then twist the tube as you pull to avoid damaging it.

9. All Removed Parts - Install

Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

10. Access Panel - Install

Fuel Tank Unit

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Connect the quick-connect fittings (A) to the fuel tank unit.
  2. Connect the connector (B).
  3. Do the fuel leak check.
    NOTE: Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, but do not start the engine. After the fuel pump runs for about 2 seconds, the fuel line will be pressurized.

    Repeat this two or three times, then check for fuel leakage.

  4. Install the access panel (C).

11. Rear heater Duct (Right Side) - Install

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Install the right rear heater duct (A).

12. Front Seat - Install

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