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Honda HR-V: Valve, Spring, and Valve Seal Removal and Installation

Special Tools Required

Valve Spring Compressor Attachment 07757-PJ1010A

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Stem Seal Driver 07PAD-0010000

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Removal

NOTE: Identify the valves and the valve springs as they are removed so that each item can be reinstalled in its original position.

1. Cylinder Head - Remove

2. Camshaft - Remove

3. Spring Retainer, Valve Spring, and Valve - Remove

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  1. Using an appropriate-sized socket (A) and a plastic mallet, lightly tap the spring retainer to loosen the valve cotters.

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  1. Install the valve spring compressor attachment and the valve spring compressor
  2. Compress the valve spring, and remove the valve cotters
  3. Remove the valve spring compressor attachment and the valve spring compressor
  4. Remove the spring retainer, the valve spring, and the valve.

4. Valve Seal - Remove

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  1. Install the valve guide seal remover

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  1. Remove the valve seals.

5. Valve Spring Seat - Remove

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Installation

1. Valve Spring Seat - Install

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2. Valve Seal - Install

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  1. Coat the new valve seals (A) with new engine oil
  2. Install new valve seals using the 5.5 mm side of the stem seal driver.
    NOTE : Exhaust valve seal (B) has a black spring (C), and intake valve seal (D) has a white or silver spring (E); they are not interchangeable.

3. Valve, Valve Spring, and Spring Retainer - Install

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  1. Coat the valve stems with new engine oil
  2. Install the valves in the valve guides
  3. Check that the valves move up and down smoothly.

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  1. Install the valve spring and the spring retainer. Place the end of the valve spring with closely wound coils toward the cylinder head
  2. Install the valve spring compressor attachment and the valve spring compressor
  3. Compress the valve spring, and install the valve cotters
  4. Remove the valve spring compressor attachment and the valve spring compressor.

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  1. Lightly tap the end of each valve stem two or three times with a plastic mallet to ensure proper seating of the valve and the valve cotters. Tap the valve stem only along its axis so you do not bend the valve stem.
    NOTE: Be sure to raise the cylinder head off the work bench to avoid damaging the valve.

4. Camshaft - Install

5. Cylinder Head - Install

WARM UP TWC REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION (KA/KC)

Removal & Installation

NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for 2WD.

1. A/F Sensor - Remove

2. EGR Pipe - Remove

3. Engine Undercover (2WD) - Remove

4. WU-TWC Lower - Separate

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Fig. 38: Warm Up TWC With Torque Specifications

  1. Remove the bolt and nuts.

5. Vehicle - Lift

  1. Lower the vehicle.

6. WU-TWC - Remove

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Fig. 39: Warm Up TWC With Torque Specifications

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  1. Remove the cover (A)
  2. Remove the WU-TWC (B) and the gaskets (C)
  3. Remove the WU-TWC cover (D).

7. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with new gaskets and nuts.

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