Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Inspection/Adjustment

MULTIPURPOSE CAMERA AIMING

Special Tools Required

Honda Diagnostic System (HDS)

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MVCI unit with the latest control module (CM) update software installed

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Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210

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Target Set 07AAK- 5K0A100

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Target Adjuster 07AAK- 5K0A110

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Stand Pole (Aluminum) 07AAK- 5K0A120

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Stand 07AAJTK8A100

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Adjustment

1. Multi Purpose Camera - Aim

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NOTE

  • The multi purpose camera must be re-aimed whenever the multi purpose camera unit is removed or replaced, or the windshield is removed or replaced, or if an aiming error occurs.
  • There are two types of camera aiming methods available for this Multipurpose Camera Unit: Dynamic Camera Aiming done while driving or Static Camera Aiming done while standstill. The camera aiming can be done doing either one of the options above. Please select either one of them to complete a camera aiming depending on the situation.
  • The FCW/LDW indicators come on if the aiming process is not completed correctly, there is dust/dirt on the camera unit surface, or an aiming error occurs:
    • Multi Purpose Camera Aiming Incomplete: DTC B2A60-54
    • Dust or Dirt on the Multi Purpose Camera Unit: DTC B2A60-97

Before Aiming:

  • Aiming the multi purpose camera requires the HDS.
  • Clean the windshield.
  • Make sure that all of the tire sizes are correct and inflated to the proper pressure.
  • Make sure the fuel tank is full.
  • Remove all cargo from the vehicle except the spare tire and the tool kit.
  • Make sure the steering wheel is pointed straight ahead, and do not turn it after setting up the vehicle.

Dynamic Camera Aiming

NOTE: Carry out the dynamic camera aiming on a flat and straight road that has several lanes that will allow the vehicle to be driven at least 64km/h (40mph). You must complete the aiming procedure within 10 minutes. The aiming procedure may fail if you take too long, if the weather is poor (rain, fog, or snow), or the white or yellow lines are not visible because of reflections from a wet road.

1. Connect the HDS to the data link connector (DLC) (A)

2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. At this time

3. In the DRIVING SUPPORT MENU, select Dynamic Camera Aiming on the HDS. At this time, the FCW and LDW indicators come on

4. Follow the HDS onscreen instructions and confirm the results in the table below.

Multipurpose Camera Aiming Status: Re-Aiming

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Multipurpose Camera Aiming Status: New unit

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Static Camera Aiming

NOTE:

  • To aim the multi purpose camera, you need the following amount of open space in front of the vehicle: 10 m (32.81 ft) measured from the front bumper, 4.0 m (13.123 ft) wide, and 1.8 m (5.906 ft) height.
  • Make sure there are no other objects except the aiming target in this area.
  • Check the tire pressures, and adjust them to the specified value if needed.
  • Have someone sit or place an object equal to the driver's weight in the driver's seat.

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Assemble the aiming target

  1. Assemble the aiming target.

NOTE: For correct orientation of the aiming target panels, make sure to follow the indication as shown in the illustration.

  1. Dangle the two plumb bobs (A) from the target.

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  1. Route the cord through the collar and place it on the aiming stand.

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Setting the distance between the target and vehicle

  1. At the front of the vehicle: Hang the plumb bob (A) from the center of the emblem (B) at the center of the front bumper, and the mark (C) on the floor wher the tip of plumb bob touches the floor.

    NOTE: When marking on the floor, use suitable tape to mark the exact locations.

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  1. At the back of the vehicle: Place the centering stand under the rear towing hook.

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  1. At the back of the vehicle: Position the gas strut holder between the rear towing hook and the mark on the floor.
  2. Measure and make a mark (Z1) in front of the vehicle 3124mm (10.249ft) from the center of the front bumper.

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  1. Stretch a string (A) perpendicular to the center line (B) at the point (Z1).

    Tape both ends of the string on the floor.

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  1. Position the aiming target set (A) at point Z1 you marked on the floor in previous steps.

Adjust the target panel

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  1. Adjust the aiming target panel (A).
    1. Put the level on the target panel surface. Turn the adjustable screws (B), and adjust the vertical angle of target panel surface so that the air bubble in the level is centered.
    2. Put the level on the target panel. Dangle the plumb bobs from the target to the tape measure. Turn the adjustable screws (C), and adjust the horizontal angle of target panel surface so that the air bubble in the level is centered.
    3. Adjust the height of the target panel and make sure to have 1.5m (4.921ft) between the floor surface and the horizontal center line of the panel.

    NOTE: the horizontal center line is a horizontal division line on the panel where black and white boxes meet.

Aiming

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  1. Connect the HDS to the data link connector (DLC) (A)
  2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode
  3. In the DRIVING SUPPORT MENU, select Static Camera Aiming on the HDS
  4. Follow the HDS onscreen instructions and confirm the results in the HDS.

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