Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Wiper Arm/Nozzle Adjustment

Adjustment

Windshield

1. Wiper Arm/Nozzle - Adjust

NOTICE

  • Adjust the washer nozzles by gently gripping, and then moving, the outside of each nozzle (A).
  • Do not insert tools into the nozzle hole (B), as it may cause the washer fluid to spray incorrectly.

Wiper Arms Auto-Stop Position

1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then turn the wiper switch ON, and then back OFF.

Exterior Trim - Testing & Troubleshooting

2. When the wiper arms stop at the auto-stop position, make sure that they are at the correct position.

Position at about 1.21 in (30.9 mm) from the top of the cowl cover (C). b: Position at about 1.02 in (26.0 mm) from the top of the cowl cover (C).

Washer Nozzle Position

3. When you turn on the washer, make sure 50 % or more of the washer fluid lands within the spray area.

If the spray area is not within the standard positions, adjust the nozzle(s). c: Position at about 9.84 in (250 mm) from the windshield center line (D). d: Position at about 17.50 in (190 m) from the top of the black ceramic area (E) at the lower windshield.

Rear Window

2. Wiper Arm/Nozzle - Adjust

NOTICE

  • Adjust the washer nozzle by gently gripping, and then moving, the outside of nozzle (A).
  • Do not insert tools into the nozzle hole (B), as it may cause the washer fluid to spray incorrectly.

Wiper Arm Auto-Stop Position

1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode, then turn the wiper switch ON, and then back OFF.

Exterior Trim - Testing & Troubleshooting

2. When the wiper arms stops at the auto-stop position, make sure that it is at the correct position: Wiper arm stop position at about 0.799 in (20.3 mm) from the top of the black ceramic area (C).

Washer Nozzle Position

3. When you turn on the washer, make sure 50 % or more of the washer fluid lands within the spray area.

If the spray area is not within the standard positions, adjust the nozzle. b : Position at about 2.598 in (66.0 mm) from the top of the black ceramic area (D). c: Position at about 3.787 in (96.2 mm) from the top of the black ceramic area (D).

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