Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Steering Rack End Removal and Installation

Removal

NOTE:

  • Do not allow dust, dirt, or other foreign materials to enter the steering gearbox.
  • Refer to Steering Gearbox Disassembly and Reassembly as needed during this procedure.

1. Steering Gearbox - Remove

2. Tie-Rod End - Remove

Steering System - Service Information

3. Rack End Boot - Remove

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Remove the boot band (A)
  2. Remove the tie-rod clip (B)
  3. Pull the boot (C) away from the end of the steering gearbox.

4. Rack End - Remove

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Hold the gearbox housing using a C-clamp (A) and wooden blocks (B) to a workbench as shown.

    NOTE: Do not clamp the cylinder part of the gearbox housing in a vise.

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Unscrew the rack end (A) with a wrench.

    NOTE:

    • Hold the shaped flat surface (B) (one side only) with a wrench when unscrewing both rack ends.
    • Be careful not to damage the rack surface.
  2. Remove the rack end and the spacer (C).

Installation

NOTE:

  • Do not allow dust, dirt, or other foreign materials to enter the steering gearbox.
  • Refer to Steering Gearbox Disassembly and Reassembly as needed during this procedure.

1. Rack End - Install

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Hold the gearbox housing using a C-clamp (A) and wooden blocks (B) to a workbench as shown.

    NOTE: Do not clamp the cylinder part of the gearbox housing in a vise.

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Install the new spacer (A)
  2. Tighten the rack end (B) with a wrench.

    NOTE :

    • Hold the shaped flat surface (C) (one side only) with a wrench when tightening both rack ends.
    • Be careful not to damage the rack surface.

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Apply multipurpose grease to the boot grooves (A).

2. Rack End Boot - Install

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Install the boot (A) on the rack end with the tie-rod clip (B) and the new boot band (C).

    NOTE:

    • Fit the boot end in the installation grooves in the housing properly.
    • After installing the boots, wipe the grease off the threaded section (D) of the rack end.

Steering System - Service Information

  1. Close the ear portion (A) of the boot band with pincers Oetiker 1098, commercially available or equivalent (B)
  2. Slide the rack right and left to be certain that the boots are not deformed or twisted.

3. Tie-Rod End - Install

Steering System - Service Information
Fig. 12: Outer Tie Rod End With Torque Specifications

4. Steering Gearbox - Install

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