Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Inspection & Adjustment

DRIVESHAFT INSPECTION

Inspection

1. Driveshaft - Inspect

Driveshafts - Overhaul, Inspection & Adjustment

  1. Check the inboard boot (A) and the outboard boot (B) on the driveshaft (C) for cracks, damage, leaking grease, and loose boot bands (D). If any damage is found, replace the boot and the boot bands
  2. Check the driveshaft for cracks and damage. If any damage is found, replace the driveshaft
  3. Check the inboard joint (E) and the outboard joint (F) for cracks and damage. If any damage is found, replace the inboard joint or the outboard joint as an assembly
  4. Hold the inboard joint and turn the front wheel by hand, then make sure the joint is not excessively loose. If necessary, replace the inboard joint or the outboard joint as an assembly.

PROPELLER SHAFT INSPECTION (AWD)

Inspection

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Center Bearing Support - Inspect

Driveshafts - Overhaul, Inspection & Adjustment

  1. Move the shift lever to N
  2. Release the parking brake
  3. Check the center support bearing (A) for excessive play or noise. If the center support has excessive play or noise, replace the propeller shaft assembly
  4. Check the rubber portion (B) of the center support bearing for damage and deterioration. If the rubber portion is damaged or deteriorated, replace the propeller shaft assembly.

3. Universal joint - Inspect

Driveshafts - Overhaul, Inspection & Adjustment

  1. Check the universal joint (A) for excessive play or noise. If the universal joint have excessive play or noise, replace the propeller shaft assembly.

4. Propeller Shaft Runout - Inspect

No. 1 Propeller Shaft Runout

Driveshafts - Overhaul, Inspection & Adjustment

No. 2 Propeller Shaft Runout

Driveshafts - Overhaul, Inspection & Adjustment

  1. Install a dial indicator with its needle on the center of the No. 1 propeller shaft or the No. 2 propeller shaft
  2. Turn the other propeller shaft slowly and check the runout. Repeat this procedure for the other propeller shaft.

Service limit:

Propeller shaft runout

1.5 mm (0.059 in)

3. If the runout on either propeller shaft exceeds the service limit, replace the propeller shaft assembly.

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