Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Rear Driveshaft Removal and Installation (AWD)

Removal

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Rear Wheel - Remove

3. Rear Spindle Nut - Remove

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Pry up the stake (A) on the spindle nut (B)
  2. Remove the spindle nut.

4. Rear Differential - Remove

5. Rear Outboard Joint - Disconnect

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Pull the knuckle outward, and separate the outboard joint from the rear hub using a soft face hammer.

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Remove the outboard joint (A).

    NOTE: Be careful not to damage the wheel speed sensor (B).

    Pull on the outboard joint. Do not pull on the driveshaft because the joint may come apart.

6. Set Ring - Remove

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Remove the set ring (A).

Installation

1. Set Ring - Install

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Install a new set ring (A).

2. Rear Outboard Joint - Connect

Driveshafts - Service Information

  1. Install the outboard joint (A) into the rear hub (B).

    NOTE: Be careful not to damage the wheel speed sensor (C).

3. Rear Differential - Install

4. Rear Spindle Nut - Install

Driveshafts - Service Information
Fig. 3: Rear Spindle Nut With Torque Specifications

  1. Apply a small amount of engine oil to the seating surface of a new spindle nut (A)
  2. Install the spindle nut
  3. Use a drift to stake the spindle nut shoulder (B) against the driveshaft.

5. Rear Wheel - Install

6. Rear Driveshaft - After Install Check

  1. Turn the wheel by hand, and make sure there is no interference between the driveshaft and surrounding parts.

7. Rear Differential Fluid - Refill

8. Test Drive - Check

NOTE: Test drive the vehicle on the road, not on the lift.

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