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Honda HR-V: Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Removal and Installation (AWD)

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Special Tools Required

Fuel Nut Wrench 07AAAT0AA100

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

Removal

1. Fuel Pressure - Relieve

2. Front Seat (Passenger's Side) - Remove

3. Rear Heater Duct (Right Side) - Remove

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

4. Access Panel - Remove

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the access panel (A) from floor
  2. Disconnect the connector (B)

5. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit - Remove

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Using the fuel nut wrench, loosen the secondary fuel gauge sending unit lock nut (A).

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Remove the locknut (A)
  2. Disconnect the transfer tube (B), then remove the secondary fuel gauge sending unit (C).
    NOTE: Be careful not to bend or twist the fuel level sensor arm (D) excessively.

Installation

1. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit - Temporarily Insert

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Attach a new base gasket (A) to the secondary fuel gauge sending unit (B), connect the transfer tube (C).
    • Be careful not to damage the new base gasket.
    • Make sure the clamp (D) is positioned as shown.
  2. Insert the secondary fuel gauge sending unit partially into the fuel tank with a new base gasket.
    • Be careful not to bend or twist the fuel level sensor arm (E) excessively.
    • Do not coat the base gasket with oil.

2. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit - Align

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Align the marks (A) on the fuel tank and secondary fuel gauge sending unit, then insert the secondary fuel gauge sending unit into the fuel tank.
    NOTE: To avoid a fuel leak, check the base gasket, visually or by hand, to make sure it is not pinched.

3. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit - Install

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  1. Tighten a new locknut (A) by hand holding the fuel tank unit vertically.

4. Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Locknut - Tighten

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information
Fig. 10: Secondary Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Locknut With Torque Specifications

  1. Using the fuel nut wrench, tighten the locknut to the specified torque.
    NOTE:
    • After tightening, make sure the marks (A) are still aligned.
    • After installation, check the base gasket, visually or by hand, to make sure it is not pinched.

5. Fuel Leak - Check

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

  1. Connect the connector (A)
  2. 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
  3. Install the access panel (B).

6. Rear Heater Duct (Right Side) - Install

Fuel and Emissions - Service Information

7. Front Seat (Passenger's Side) - Install

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