Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Water Outlet Removal and Installation

Removal

1. Engine Coolant - Drain

2. Connector (CMP Sensor) - Disconnect

3. Connector (ECT Sensor 1) - Disconnect - Refer to: ECT Sensor 1 Removal and Installation, or ECT Sensor 2 Removal and Installation

4. Connector (EGR Valve) - Disconnect

5. Positive Cable and Connector (Alternator) - Disconnect

NOTE: Remove the positive cable clamp at the same time.

6. Cylinder Head Cover Harness Holder - Move

7. Breather Hose - Disconnect

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

  1. Disconnect the breather hose (A).

8. Harness Holder - Move

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

  1. Remove the harness clamp (A)
  2. Remove the bracket (B)
  3. Move the harness holder (C)
  4. Remove the bracket (D).

9. Upper Radiator Hose and Water Bypass Hose - Disconnect

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

  1. Disconnect the upper radiator hose (A) and the water bypass hose (B).

10.Water Outlet - Remove

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

11.ECT Sensor 1 - Remove

  1. Remove ECT sensor 1 - Refer to: ECT Sensor 1 Removal and Installation, or ECT Sensor 2 Removal and Installation as needed.

Installation

1. ECT Sensor 1 - Install

  1. If ECT sensor 1 is removed, install the ECT sensor 1 - Refer to: ECT Sensor 1 Removal and Installation, or ECT Sensor 2 Removal and Installation.

2. Water Outlet - Install

Engine Cooling System - Service Information
Fig. 4: Water Outlet With Torque Specifications

  1. Apply liquid gasket to the cylinder head mating surface of the water outlet.
  2. Install the water outlet.

3. Upper Radiator Hose and Water Bypass Hose - Connect

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

  1. Connect the upper radiator hose (A) and the water bypass hose (B).

4. Harness Holder - Install

Engine Cooling System - Service Information
Fig. 5: Harness Holder With Torque Specifications

  1. Install the bracket (A) and the harness holder (B)
  2. Install the bracket (C) and the harness clamp (D).

5. Breather Hose - Connect

Engine Cooling System - Service Information

  1. Connect the breather hose (A).

6. Cylinder Head Cover Harness Holder - Install

7. Positive Cable and Connector (Alternator) - Connect

NOTE: Install the positive cable clamp at the same time.

8. Connector (EGR Valve) - Connect

9. Connector (ECT Sensor 1) - Connect - Refer to: ECT Sensor 1 Removal and Installation, or ECT Sensor 2 Removal and Installation

10.Connector (CMP Sensor) - Connect

11.Engine Coolant - Refill/Air Bleed

WATER PUMP REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Removal and Installation

1. Engine Coolant - Drain

2. Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner - Remove

3. Water Pump - Remove

Engine Cooling System - Service Information
Fig. 6: Water Pump With Torque Specifications

4. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

    NOTE:

    • Inspect and clean the O-ring groove and the mating surface of the engine block.
    • After installing all the removed parts, refill the radiator with engine coolant, and bleed the air from the cooling system.

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