Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Inspection/Adjustment

LANEWATCH CAMERA AIMING(NA)

LaneWatch Camera Aiming

Special Tools Required

LaneWatch Aiming Stand Set 070AKT2AA100

Sight Support

Aiming Marker 070AK-T2AA110

Sight Support

Adjustment

1. LaneWatch Camera - Aim

Sight Support

NOTE : The LaneWatch camera must be aimed after one or more of the following procedures are done:

  • LaneWatch camera removal or replacement
  • Passenger's side power mirror removal or replacement
  • Passenger's side Door panel removal or replacement
  • Passenger's side Door panel body repair

Prepare the items shown

  • Tape measure and ruler
  • Felt-tip pen
  • Tape

Before Aiming:

  • Aiming should be done in a well-lighted area.
  • There should be no bright objects at the back of the target (sunlight, windows, illumination, or reflectors) or design similar to the target pattern.
  • LaneWatch camera aiming should be done on a flat place.
  • Park the vehicle on level ground with at least this much open space around it: 6.5 m (21.325 ft) in length, 3.5 m (11.483 ft) in width.
  • Do the aiming in a proper place where you can obtain the about 4.5 m (14.764 ft) distance between a target pattern and the vehicle (from the center of the front wheel hub).
  • Make sure the suspension has not been modified.
  • Make sure all the tyre sizes are correct and that their pressure is correct.
  • Make sure the fuel tank is full.
  • Remove all cargo from the vehicle except the spare tyre and the tool kit.
  • Make sure the steering wheel is pointed straight ahead, and do not turn it after setting the vehicle.
  • With the transmission in P or N, and apply the parking brake.

Set the LaneWatch Target

  1. Set the LaneWatch marker (A) to the LaneWatch aiming stand (B), and adjust the height of the LaneWatch marker.

Sight Support

Setting the Distance Between the Target and the Vehicle

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

  1. Park the vehicle on level ground with at least this much open space around it: 6.5 m (21.325 ft) in length, 3.5 m (11.483 ft) in width
  2. Make sure there is no reflecting objects or anything in this range
  3. Put a person or an object equivalent to the driver's weight in the driver's seat.

Sight Support

  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.

Sight Support

  1. Place the centering stand of the alignment set under the rear jack-up bracket and run the cord through it.

Sight Support

  1. Carefully align the string (A) along the point (B) and the point (C) on the floor. This is the center line of the vehicle. Tape the string to the floor behind the vehicle aligned with point C. Pull the string rearward to a point about 6 m (19.69 ft) in rear of the vehicle and tape the string.

Sight Support

  1. Measure and make a mark (Z1) in rear of the vehicle 5376mm (17.638ft) from the center of the front bumper.

Sight Support

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

    Tape both ends of the string on the floor.

Sight Support

  1. On string (A) mark a new point Z2 which is 1300 mm (4.265 ft) from the point Z1 to the passenger's side.

Sight Support

  1. Set the target (A).

Aiming

NOTE :

When you stop the aiming procedure, turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode.

If you press the LaneWatch switch while in the aiming mode, clear the current aiming data.

  1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode.
  2. Start-up the diagnostic menu.
    • Self-Diagnostic Function (Without Navigation System) - Refer to: Audio System Sound Quality Diagnosis (NA), or Audio System Diagnostic Mode (Without Navigation, Display Audio Type (7-inch Screen) ), or Audio System Diagnostic Mode (Without Navigation, Color Audio Type (5-inch Screen) )
    • Self-Diagnostic Function (With Navigation System)
  3. Select Functional Set-Up in the Detail information & Setting.
  4. Select LaneWatch in the Unit Check, then Aiming Start.
  5. Press the LaneWatch switch on the end of the turn signal switch to aim the camera.
  6. Wait until the aiming process is complete, and the display returns to the LaneWatch camera image.

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