Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Transmission Fluid Pump Removal and Installation (CVT)

Removal

NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission.

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Engine Undercover - Remove (With 2WD)

3. Left Front Splash Shield - Remove

4. Engine - Warm Up

  1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice).
  2. Turn the engine off.

5. Transmission Fluid - Drain

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information

  1. Remove the drain plug (A) with the sealing washer (B), and drain the transmission fluid for at least 5 minutes.

    NOTE:

    • Remove metal particles from the magnetic surface of the drain plug.
    • Be careful not to burn yourself by the hot part.
  2. Reinstall the drain plug with a new sealing washer.

6. Transmission Fluid Pan - Remove

NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time.

7. Transmission Fluid Strainer - Remove

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information

  1. Remove the transmission fluid strainer (A) with the O-ring (B).

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information

  1. Clean the inlet opening (A) of the transmission fluid strainer (B) thoroughly with compressed air.
  2. Check that it is in good condition and that the inlet opening is not clogged.
  3. Test the strainer by pouring clean transmission fluid through the inlet opening, and replace it if it is clogged or damaged.

8. Valve Body Assembly - Remove

9. Transmission Fluid Pump - Remove

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information

  1. Remove the transmission fluid pump (A) with the dowel pins (B).

Installation

NOTE:

  • Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission.
  • Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all O-rings before installation.

1. Transmission Fluid Pump - Install

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information
Fig. 32: Transmission Fluid Pump With Torque Specifications

  1. Install the transmission fluid pump (A) with the dowel pins (B).

2. Valve Body Assembly - Install

3. Transmission Fluid Strainer - Install

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Service Information

  1. Install the transmission fluid strainer (A) with a new O-ring (B).

    NOTE:Be careful not to damage the solenoid wire harness and the O-ring while installing the transmission fluid strainer.

4. Transmission Fluid Pan - Install

5. Transmission Fluid - Refill

6. Transmission Fluid Level - Check

7. Left Front Splash Shield - Install

8. Engine Undercover - Install (With 2WD)

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