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INTRODUCTION

2006-2009 CSX - P/NO. 61SNR03

General Information

How to Use This Manual This manual is divided into multiple sections. The first page of each section is marked with a black tab that lines up with its corresponding thumb index tab on this page and the back cover. You can quickly find the first page of each section without looking through a full table of contents. The symbols printed at the top corner of each page can also be used as a quick reference system. Each section includes: 1. A table of contents, or an exploded view index showing: • Parts disassembly sequence. • Bolt torques and thread sizes. • Page references to descriptions in text. 2. Disassembly/assembly procedures and tools. 3. Inspection. 4. Testing/troubleshooting. 5. Repair. 6. Adjustments.

Specifications Maintenance *Engine Electrical Engine Mechanical Engine Cooling

Safety Messages Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. To help you make informed decisions, we have provided safety messages, and other safety information throughout this manual. Of course, it is not practical or possible to warn you about all the hazards associated with servicing this vehicle. You must use your own good judgment. You will find important safety information in a variety of forms including: • Safety Labels − on the vehicle. • Safety Messages − preceded by a safety alert symbol and one of three signal words, DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION. These signal words mean: You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow instructions. You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow instructions. You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow instructions. • Instructions − how to service this vehicle correctly and safely.

All information contained in this manual is based on the latest product information available at the time of printing. We reserve the right to make changes at anytime without notice. No part of this publication may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. This includes text, figures, and tables. As you read this manual, you will find information that is preceded by a symbol. The purpose of this message is to help prevent damage to your vehicle, other property, or the environment.

Fuel and Emissions *Transaxle *Steering Suspension (Including TPMS) Brakes (Including VSA) *Body *Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning *Body Electrical *Audio, Navigation, and Telematics *Restraints

First Edition 10/2008 All Rights Reserved Specifications apply to Canada

HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. Service Publication Office

As sections with * include SRS components; special precautions are required when servicing.

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General Information Chassis and Paint Codes ’06 Model ’07 Model ’08 Model ’09 Model

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1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5

Identification Number Locations .................... 1-6 Danger/Warning/Caution Label Locations .... 1-7 Under-hood Emission Control Label ............... 1-9 Lift and Support Points .................................... 1-11 Towing .............................................................. 1-12 Parts Marking .................................................... 1-14

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General Information Chassis and Paint Codes ’06 Model

Engine Number 03

Vehicle Identification Number 01

2HH FD5 6 5 * 6

K20Z2

H 200001

a a

b

- 1300001

c de f g h

a. Manufacturer, Make and Type of Vehicle 2HH: Honda of Canada Mfg., Honda Canada Inc. Acura passenger vehicle b. Line, Body and Engine Type FD5: Acura CSX/K20Z2 c. Body Type and Transmission Type 5: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Manual 6: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Automatic d. Vehicle Grade (Series) 5: TOURING 7: PREMIUM e. Check Digit f. Model Year 6: ’06 g. Factory Code H: Alliston, Ontario Factory in Canada h. Serial Number

b

a. Engine Type K20Z2: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine b. Serial Number

Transmission Number 04

RPD6

a

- 1000001

b

a. Transmission Type RPD6: 5-speed Manual MPMA: 5-speed Automatic b. Serial Number

Paint Code 01

Code NH-578 NH-700M NH-701M B-92P B-536P B-537M YR-557P

Color Taffeta White Alabaster Silver Metallic Galaxy Gray Metallic Nighthawk Black Pearl Royal Blue Pearl Neutron Blue Metallic Habanero Red Pearl 02 COLOR LABEL

Vehicle Identification Number and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Certification Label.

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’07 Model

Engine Number 02

Vehicle Identification Number

K20Z2

- 2300001

01 2HH FD5 6 5 * 7

a

b

H 200001

c de f g h

a. Manufacturer, Make and Type of Vehicle 2HH: Honda of Canada Mfg., Honda Canada Inc. Acura passenger vehicle b. Line, Body and Engine Type FD5: Acura CSX/K20Z2, K20Z3 c. Body Type and Transmission Type 5: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Manual, 6-speed Manual 6: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Automatic d. Vehicle Grade (Series) 5: TOURING 7: PREMIUM 9: TYPE S e. Check Digit f. Model Year 7: ’07 g. Factory Code H: Alliston, Ontario Factory in Canada h. Serial Number 200001−: K20Z2 engine model 250001−: K20Z3 engine model

a

b

a. Engine Type K20Z2: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine K20Z3: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine b. Serial Number 2300001−: K20Z2 2000001−: K20Z3

Transmission Number 03 RPD5

a

- 1500001

b

a. Transmission Type RPD5: 5-speed Manual PNN3: 6-speed Manual MPMA: 5-speed Automatic b. Serial Number 1000001−: PNN3 1500001−: RPD5 2000001−: MPMA

01

Paint Code Code NH-578 NH-700M NH-701M B-92P B-529P B-536P B-537M YR-557P

Color Taffeta White Alabaster Silver Metallic Galaxy Gray Metallic Nighthawk Black Pearl Fiji Blue Pearl Royal Blue Pearl Neutron Blue Metallic Habanero Red Pearl 02

Vehicle Identification Number and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Certification Label.

COLOR LABEL

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General Information Chassis and Paint Codes (cont’d) ’08 Model

Engine Number 03

Vehicle Identification Number

K20Z2

- 3300001

01 2HH FD5 6 5 * 8

a

b

H 200001

c de f g h

a. Manufacturer, Make and Type of Vehicle 2HH: Honda of Canada Mfg., Honda Canada Inc. Acura passenger vehicle b. Line, Body and Engine Type FD5: Acura CSX/K20Z2, K20Z3 c. Body Type and Transmission Type 5: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Manual, 6-speed Manual 6: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Automatic d. Vehicle Grade (Series) 5: CSX 7: PREMIUM 9: TYPE S e. Check Digit f. Model Year 8: ’08 g. Factory Code H: Alliston, Ontario Factory in Canada h. Serial Number 200001−: K20Z2 engine model 250001−: K20Z3 engine model

a

b

a. Engine Type K20Z2: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine K20Z3: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine b. Serial Number 3300001−: K20Z2 3000001−: K20Z3

Transmission Number 04 RPD5

a

- 2500001

b

a. Transmission Type RPD5: 5-speed Manual PNN3: 6-speed Manual MPMA: 5-speed Automatic b. Serial Number 2000001−: PNN3 2500001−: RPD5 3000001−: MPMA

02

Paint Code Code NH-578 NH-700M NH-701M B-92P B-529P B-536P R-525P

Color Taffeta White Alabaster Silver Metallic Galaxy Gray Metallic Nighthawk Black Pearl Fiji Blue Pearl Royal Blue Pearl New Red Pearl 05 COLOR LABEL

Vehicle Identification Number and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Certification Label.

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’09 Model

Engine Number *03

Vehicle Identification Number

K20Z2

- 5300001

*01 2HH FD5 6 5 * 9

a

b

H 200001

c de f g h

a. Manufacturer, Make and Type of Vehicle 2HH: Honda of Canada Mfg., Honda Canada Inc. Acura passenger vehicle b. Line, Body and Engine Type FD5: Acura CSX/K20Z2, K20Z3 c. Body Type and Transmission Type 5: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Manual, 6-speed Manual 6: 4-door Sedan/5-speed Automatic d. Vehicle Grade (Series) 5: CSX 7: TECH PKG 9: TYPE S e. Check Digit f. Model Year 9: ’09 g. Factory Code H: Alliston, Ontario Factory in Canada h. Serial Number 200001−: K20Z2 engine model 250001−: K20Z3 engine model

a

b

a. Engine Type K20Z2: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine K20Z3: 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC Sequential Multiport Fuel-injected engine b. Serial Number 5300001−: K20Z2 4000001−: K20Z3

Transmission Number *04 SPTM

a

- 4000001

b

a. Transmission Type SPTM: 5-speed Manual SPNM: 6-speed Manual MPMA: 5-speed Automatic b. Serial Number 4000001−: SPTM 4000001−: SPNM 4000001−: MPMA

*02

Paint Code Code NH-578 NH-700M NH-731P NH-737M B-561P YR-578M B-536P R-525P

Color Taffeta White Alabaster Silver Metallic Crystal Black Pearl Polished Metal Metallic Dyno Blue Pearl Urban Titanium Metallic Royal Blue Pearl New Red Pearl *05

Vehicle Identification Number and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Certification Label.

COLOR LABEL

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General Information Identification Number Locations 06

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

K20Z2 engine Model: *01

Engine Number

Transmission Number (Manual)

Engine Number

Transmission Number (Automatic)

K20Z3 engine Model: *02

Engine Number

Transmission Number (Manual)

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Danger/Warning/Caution Label Locations *03

Front Passenger’s Compartment: SRS WARNING INFORMATION MONITOR NOTICE

STEERING COLUMN NOTICE FRONT PASSENGER AIRBAG MODULE DANGER

FRONT SEAT BELT BUCKLE TENSIONER CAUTION

SIDE AIRBAG MODULE DANGER SIDE AIRBAG CAUTION Located on driver’s and passenger’s doorjamb

02

Steering Wheel:

CABLE REEL CAUTION

FRONT SEAT BELT TENSIONER CAUTION

Rear Passenger’s Compartment: DRIVER AIRBAG MODULE DANGER

DRIVER AIRBAG MODULE DANGER

ROOF-SIDE AIRBAG MODULE DANGER

(cont’d)

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General Information Danger/Warning/Caution Label Locations (cont’d) *04

AIR CONDITIONING INFORMATION

SERVICE INFORMATION and ENGINE COOLANT INFORMATION

Doorjamb Area *05

SRS WARNING

TIRE INFORMATION Located on driver’s doorjamb RADIATOR CAP DANGER

1-8

BATTERY DANGER


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Under-hood Emission Control Label Emission Group Identification

Test Group and Evaporative Family

K20Z2 engine Model:

Test Group: *02

Example: 04

9 HNX V 02.0

’06-07 Models VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION

INFORM A TION

E VAP C AN I ST E R

THE FACTO RY INSTALLED LONG − LIFE COOLANT MUST BE REPLA CED ACCORDING TO MAINTENA NCE MINDER SUB COD E 5, OR AT 1 0 YEA RS W HICHEVER COMES FIEST. THEREAFTER EVERY 5 YEARS.

TH I S

V EH I CLE

REG U L A TI ON S

CO N FO RM S

TO

A PPL IC A BL E

U . S.

TO

EPA

2 006

T IER

M O D EL

2

BI N

POUR TOUTE INFORMATION COMPLEMENTAIRE SUR LE CIRCUIT DE REFROIDISSEMENT, SE REFERER AU MANUEL D’UTILISATEUR OU PRENDRE CONTACT AVEC UN CONCESSIONNAIRE ACURA.

ab

c d

e

VE RS RE SE R VO I R E VAP

OB D II CERTIFIED T W C ,

A / F

S E N S O R ,

H O 2 S ,

E G R ,

2 .0 L

S F I

EXHAUST EMISSIONS STANDARDS A RB : L EVII, LEV (CERTIFICA TIO N AN D IN -U SE)

VALVE LASH IN : 0.23±0.02 mm (COLD) EX : 0.30±0.02 mm

FR ONT

PC V V ALVE

AV ANT

SO U P AP E RG C

EPA : TIER 2-BIN 5 (CERTIFICA TIO N AN D IN -U SE)

RE NSE IGNEMENTS

CONTROLER LES NIVEAUX ET FAIRE L’APPOINT AU VASE D’EXPANSION. JAMAIS AU RADIATEUR.

CA N IS TE R

VA LVE DE P U RG E DU PR ES E RVO I R EV AP

6 HN XR01 06 BBA

NO OTHER ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED.

LE LIQUIDE D E REFROIDISSEMENT L ONGUE DUR EE INSTAL LE A L ’USINE DOIT ETRE RENLA CE CONFORMEMENT AU CODE SECONDAIRE 5 DE L ’A ID E- MEMOIRE D’ENTRETIEN OU A PRES 10 ANS, SELON LA PREMIERE EVENTUA LITE.PU IS TOUS LES 5 ANS. LORS D E L’APPOINT OU DE REMPLACEMENT DU LIQUID E DE REFROID ISSEMENT. TOUJOURS UTILISER L’ANTIGEL /L IQUIDE D E REFRO IDISSEMENT TYPE 2 LONGUE D UREE ACURA D’ORIGINE RECOMMENDE CE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT EST MELANGE A U PREALABLE AV EC 50 % D’EA U DISTILLEE. IL N’EX IGE A UCUN MEL ANGE ADD ITIONNEL . NE JAMA IS D IL UER LE L IQUIDE D E REFROIDISSEMENT, LA DUREE D E VIE DU MOTEUR POURRAIT EN ETRE A FFECTEE.

T O E VAP

P U RG E V ALVE

6 HN XV02 . 4 FKC

NEV ER DILUTE THE COO LANT, OR TH E LIFE OF THE ENGINE MAY BE SERIOUSL Y SHORTENED. CH ECK OR A DD THE COOLANT A T TH E RESERV E TAN K, NOT THE RADIATOR. FOR F URTHER INFORMATION ON THE COOLING SYSTEM, READ THE OW NER’S MA NUAL OR CHECK W ITH YOUR ACURA DEALER.

5

YEA R

N EW PA S SEN G ER CA R S A N D CA LI FO R N IA A PPLI CA BLE TO 2 006 M O D EL Y EA R N EW LEV II LEV PA SS EN G ER C A RS .

W HEN ADD IN G OR REPL ACING TH E COOLA NT, A LW AYS USE ACURA RECOMMENDED GENUINE L ONG-L IF E ANTI − FREEZE / COOL ANT TYPE 2. THIS COOLA NT IS PRE − MIX ED W ITH 50% DISTILLED WA TER. IT D OES NOT R EQUIRE A NY ADDITIONA L MIXING.

T H I S

INFORMATIONS-DISPOSITIFS ANTI-POLLUTION C E VEH ICU LE E ST C ONF OR ME A UX L OIS EP A TIER 2 DES ETA TS - UNIS

S P A R K

C O M P L I E S C E

A

L A

I G N I T I O N

W I T H

S Y S T E M E

E T I N C E L L E

AP PL ICA BL E S POUR LE S VE HIC ULE S DE B IN 5 POUR LE S NOUV EL LE S VE HIC UL ES

D ’ A L L U M A G E

D E

N O R M E

S Y S T E M I C E S − 0 0 2 .

C A N A D I A N

V E H I C U L E

N M B − 0 0 2

P A R

E S T

D U

C O N F O R M E

C A N A D A .

VO ITUR ES D E TOUR IS M E D’ A NNE E M O DEL E 2 00 6 E T A UX L OIS DE L A CA LIF OR NIE AP PL ICA BL E S POUR LE S NOUV EA UX VE HICU LE S LE VII LE V VOIT URE S DE T OUR ISM E D’ ANN EE M OD EL E 20 0 6.

6HNXV0 2. 4F A6 6HN XR 010 6BBA

T W C ,

A / F

JEUDESSOUPAPES (MOUTEURFROID)

S E N S O R ,

ADM: 0.23±0.02 mm ECM : 0.30±0.02 mm

AUCUN AUTRE REGLACE NECESSAIRE.

H O 2 S ,

E G R ,

S F I

ACCREDI TATIO N OBD II 2 .0 L

Z• N RR A-C 00

MORMESSURLESEMISSIONSD’ECHAPPEMENT ARB : LEVII, LEV (ACCREDITATION ET EN SERVICE) EPA : TIER 2-BIN 5 (ACCREDITATION ET EN SERVICE)

HONDA MOTOR CO. , LTD.

*01

VA9

’08-09 Models INFORMATION THE FACTORY INSTALLED LONG-LIFE COOLANT MUST BE REPLACED ACCORDING TO MAINTENANCE MINDER SUB CODE 5, OR AT 10 YEARS WHICHEVER COMES FIEST. THEREAFTER EVERY 5 YEARS. W HEN ADDING OR REPLACING THE COOLANT, ALWAYS USE Honda RECOMMENDED GENUINE LONG-LIFE ANTI-FREEZE / COOLANT TYPE 2. THIS COOLANT IS PRE-MIXED WITH 50% DISTILLED WATER. IT DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY ADDITIONAL MIXING. NEVER DILUTE THE COOLANT, OR THE LIFE OF THE ENGINE MAY BE SERIOUSLY SHORTENED. CHECK OR ADD THE COOLANT AT THE RESERVE TANK, NOT THE RADIATOR. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE COOLING SYSTEM, READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL OR CHECK WITH YOUR Honda DEALER.

RENSEIGNEMENTS LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT LONGUE DUREE INSTALLE A L’USINE DOIT ETRE RENLACE CONFORMEMENT AU CODE SECONDAIRE 5 DE L’AIDE-MEMOIRE D’ENTRETIEN OU APRES 10 ANS, SELON LA PREMIERE EVENTUALITE.PUIS TOUS LES 5 ANS. LORS DE L’APPOINT OU DU REMPLACEMENT DU LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT. TOUJOURS UTILISER L’ANTIGEL /LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT TYPE 2 LONGUE DUREE Honda D’ORIGINE RECOMMANDE CE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT EST MELANGE AU PREALABLE AVEC 50 % D’EAU DISTILLEE. IL N’EXIGE AUCUN MELANGE ADDITIONNEL. NE JAMAIS DILUER LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT, LA DUREE DE VIE DU MOTEUR POURRAIT EN ETRE AFFECTEE. CONTROLER LES NIVEAUX ET FAIRE L’APPOINT AU VASE D’EXPANSION. JAMAIS AU RADIATEUR. POUR TOUTE INFORMATION COMPLEMENTAIRE SUR LE CIRCUIT DE REFROIDISSEMENT, SE REFERER AU MANUEL D’UTILISATEUR OU PRENDRE CONTACT AVEC UN CONCESSIONNAIRE Honda.

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS : 2008MY U. S. EPA : T2B5 LDV OBD : CA OBD I I ARB : LEV I I LEV PC OBD : CA OBD I I TWC, A/F SENSOR, HO2S, 8HNXV02. 4FKC 8HNXR0106BBY

FUEL : GASOLINE FUEL : GASOLINE EGR, SFI 2. 0L

INFORMATIONS-DISPOSITIFS ANTI-POLLUTION CONFORME AUX NORMES : D’ ANNEE MODELE 2008 LOIS EPA : T2B5 LDV OBD : CA OBD I I CARBURANT : ESSENCE ARB : LEV I I LEV PC OBD : CA OBD I I CARBURANT : ESSENCE TWC, A/F SENSOR, HO2S, EGR, SFI 8HNXV02. 4FKC 8HNXR0106BBY 2. 0L

a. Model Year 6: ’06 7: ’07 8: ’08 9: ’09 b. Manufacturer Subcode HNX: HONDA c. Family Type V: LDV d. Displacement Group e. Sequence Characters FKC: ’06 model, ’08 model HKC: ’07 model VA9: ’09 model

T HIS SPA RK IGNITI ON SY ST EM COMP LIES W ITH CA NADIAN ICE S-00 2. CE SY STE ME D’ A LL UMAGE PAR ET INCEL LE DE VEH ICUL E E ST CONF ORME A LA NORM E NM B-00 2 DU C ANAD A.

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RRA-C02

108

Evaporative Family: *03

’06 Model THIS VEHICLE CONFORMS TO U.S. EPA TIER 2 BIN 5 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2006 MODEL YEAR NEW PASSENGER CARS AND CALIFORNIA REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2006 MODEL YEAR NEW LEV II LEV PASSENGER CARS. ’07 Model THIS VEHICLE CONFORMS TO U.S. EPA TIER 2 BIN 5 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2007 MODEL YEAR NEW PASSENGER CARS AND CALIFORNIA REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2007 MODEL YEAR NEW LEV II LEV PASSENGER CARS. ’08 Model CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS: 2008 MY ’09 Model CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS: 2009 MY

9 HNX R 0106

ab

c d

VEA

e

a. Model Year 6: ’06 7: ’07 8: ’08 9: ’09 b. Manufacturer Subcode HNX: HONDA c. Family Type R: EVAP/ORVR d. Canister Working Capacity Group e. Sequence Characters BBA: ’06 model BBY: ’07 model, ’08 model VEA: ’09 model

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General Information Under-hood Emission Control Label (cont’d) Emission Group Identification

Test Group and Evaporative Family

K20Z3 engine Model:

Test Group: *02

Example: 08

9 HNX V 02.0

’07 Model INFORMATION THE FACTORY INSTALLED LONG-LIFE COOLANT MUS T BE REPLACED ACCORDING TO MAINTENANCE MINDER SUB CODE 5, OR AT 10 YEARS WHICHEVER COMES FIEST. THEREAFTER EVERY 5 YEARS. WHEN ADDING OR REPLACING THE COOLANT, ALWAYS USE ACURA RECOMMENDED GENUINE LONG-LIFE ANTI-FREEZE / COOLANT TYPE 2. THIS COOLANT IS PRE-MIXED WITH 50% DISTILLED WATER. IT DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY ADDITIONAL MIXING. NEVER DILUTE THE COOLANT, OR THE LIFE OF THE ENGINE MAY BE SERIOUSLY SHORTENED. CHECK OR ADD THE COOLANT AT THE RESERVE TANK, NOT THE RADIATOR. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE COOLING S YSTEM, READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL OR CHECK WITH YOUR AC URA DEALER.

RENSEIGNEMENTS LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT LONGUE DUREE INSTALLE A L’USINE DOIT ETRE RENLACE CONFORMEMENT AU CODE SECONDAIRE 5 DE L’AIDE-MEMOIRE D’ENTRETIEN OU APRES 10 ANS, S ELON LA PREMIERE EVENTUALITE.PUIS TOUS LES 5 ANS. LORS DE L’APPOINT OU DU REMPLACEMENT DU LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT. TOUJOURS UTILISER L’ANTIGEL /LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT TYPE 2 LONGUE DUREE ACURA D’ORIGINE RECOMMANDE CE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT EST MELANGE AU PREALABLE AVEC 50 % D’EAU DISTILLEE. IL N’EXIGE AUCUN MELANGE ADDITIONNEL. NE JAMAIS DILUER LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT, LA DUREE DE VIE DU MOTEUR POURRAIT EN ETRE AFFECTEE. CONTROLER LES NIVEAUX ET FAIRE L’APPOINT AU VASE D’EXPANSION. JAMAIS AU RADIATEUR. POUR TOUTE INFORMATION COMPLEMENTAIRE SUR LE CIRCUIT DE REFROIDISSEMENT, SE REFERER AU MANUEL D’UTILISATEUR OU PRENDRE CONTACT AVEC UN CONCESSIONNAIRE ACURA.

*01

VA9

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION

EVAP CANISTER

T HIS VE HIC L E CO NF OR MS T O U.S. E PA TIE R 2 B IN 5 R EG UL ATI ONS AP PL IC AB L E TO 2 0 0 7 MODE L YE AR N EW P ASS EN GER C AR S AND C AL IF OR NIA RE GUL AT IONS APPL ICAB L E T O 2 0 0 7 MODE L Y EAR NEW L E VII L EV P ASS ENG ER C AR S.

TW C , A /F S E NS O R , H O 2S , S F I IN : 0.23± 0.02 mm EX : 0.27± 0.02 mm

VALVE LASH (COLD)

NO OTHER ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED.

PCV VALVE

EX HA UST EMISS IONS S TA NDA RD S

CE VEHI CUL E EST CON F ORME AU X L O IS EPA TI ER 2 DES ETATS-U NI S APPLI CABL ES POU R LES VEHI CUL ES DE BI N 5 PO UR LES N OU VEAUX VEHICU LES VOI TU RES DE TO URI SME D’ AN NEE MODELE 20 07 ET AU X LO IS DE LA CAL IF ORN I E APPLI CABL ES POU R LES N O UVEAU X VEHI CUL ES LEVII LEV VO ITU RES DE TO URI SME D’ AN NEE MODELE 2 007 .

AUCUN AUTRE REGLACE NECESSAIRE.

RESERVOIR

S Y S T E M E

E T I N C E L L E A

L A

7 HNX V0 2 . 4 HK C 7 HNX R0 1 06 B BY ACCREDITATIONOBDII 2 .0 L

N O R M E

AVANT

D ’ A L L U M A G E D E

V E H I C U L E

N M B - 0 0 2

D U

P A R E S T

C O N F O R M E

C A N A D A .

3 •2 RRB-C10

108

NORMESSURLESEMISSIONSD’ECHAPPEMENT A RB : LEVII, LEV (ACCREDITATION ET EN SERVICE) E P A : TIER 2 BIN 5 (ACCREDITATION ET EN SERVICE)

HONDA MOTOR CO. , LTD.

’08-09 Models INFORMATION THE FACTORY INSTALL ED LONG-LIF E COOLANT MUST BE REPLACED ACCORDING TO MAINTENANCE MINDER SUB CODE 5, OR AT 10 YEARS W HICHEVER COM ES FIEST. THEREAFTER EVE RY 5 YEARS. WHEN ADDING OR REPLACING THE COOLANT, ALWAYS USE ACURA RECOMMENDED GENUINE LONG-LIFE ANTI-FREEZE / COOLANT TYPE 2. THIS COOLANT IS PRE-MIXED WITH 50% DISTILLED WATER. IT DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY ADDITIONAL MIXING. NEVER DILUTE THE COOLANT, OR THE LIFE OF THE ENGINE MAY BE SERIOUSLY SHORTENED. CHECK OR ADD THE COOLANT AT THE RESERVE TANK, NOT THE RADIATOR. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE COOLING SYSTEM, READ THE OWNER’S MANUAL OR CHECK WITH YOUR ACURA DEALER.

RENSEIGNEMENTS LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT LONGUE DUREE INSTALLE A L’USINE DOIT ETRE RENLACE CONFORMEMENT AU CODE SECONDAIRE 5 DE L’AIDE-MEMOIRE D’ENTRETIEN OU APRES 10 ANS, SELON LA PREMIERE EVENTUALITE.PUIS TOUS LES 5 ANS. LORS DE L’APPOINT OU DU REMPLACEMENT DU LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT. TOUJOURS UTILISER L’ANTIGEL /LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT TYPE 2 LONGUE DUREE ACURA D’ORIGINE RECOMMANDE CE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT EST MELANGE AU PREALABLE AVEC 50 % D’EAU DISTILLEE. IL N’EXIGE AUCUN MELANGE ADDITIONNEL. NE JAMAIS DILUER LE LIQUIDE DE REFROIDISSEMENT, LA DUREE DE VIE DU MOTEUR POURRAIT EN ETRE AFFECTEE. CONTROLER LES NIVEAUX ET FAIRE L’APPOINT AU VASE D’EXPANSION. JAMAIS AU RADIATEUR. POUR TOUTE INFORMATION COMPLEMENTAIRE SUR LE CIRCUIT DE REFROIDISSEMENT, SE REFERER AU MANUEL D’UTILISATEUR OU PRENDRE CONTACT AVEC UN CONCESSIONNAIRE ACURA.

ab

c d

e

FRONT

SOUPAPE RGC

T H I S S P A R K I G N I T I O N S Y S T E M C O M P L I E S W I T H C A N A D I A N I C E S - 0 0 2 . C E

ADM : 0.23±0.02 mm ECH : 0.27±0.02 mm

VERS EVAP

A RB : LE V II, LE V (C ERT IFIC AT ION A ND IN-USE ) EP A : TIER 2 BIN 5 (CER TIFICA TION AND IN- USE)

TWC , A /F S EN S O R , H O2 S , S F I

TO EVAP CANISTER

7 HNX V0 2 . 4 HK C 7 HNX R0 1 06 B BY O BD II CE RT IFIE D 2 .0L

INFORMATIONS-DISPOSITIFS ANTI-POLLUTION

JEU DES SOUPAPES (MOTEUR FROID)

PURGE VALVE VALVE DE PURGE DU RESERVOIR EVAP

VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS : 2008MY U. S. EPA : T2B5 LDV OBD : CA OBD I I FUEL : GASOLINE ARB : LEV I I LEV PC OBD : CA OBD I I FUEL : GASOLINE TWC, A/F SENSOR, HO2S, SFI 8HNXV02. 4FKC 8HNXR0106BBY 2. 0L

INFORMATIONS-DISPOSITIFS ANTI-POLLUTION CONFORME AUX NORMES : D’ ANNEE MODELE 2008 LOIS EPA : T2B5 LDV OBD : CA OBD I I CARBURANT : ESSENCE ARB : LEV I I LEV PC OBD : CA OBD I I CARBURANT : ESSENCE TWC, A/F SENSOR, HO2S, SFI 8HNXV02. 4FKC 8HNXR0106BBY 2. 0L THIS S PAR K IGNI TION S YS TEM COM PLIE S W ITH CA NADIAN ICES -00 2. CE SY STE ME D ’ A LL U MA G E PA R ETI N CEL LE D E V EH IC U LE EST C O NF O RM E A LA N O RM E N M B-0 02 D U C A N A D A .

a. Model Year 7: ’07 8: ’08 9: ’09 b. Manufacturer Subcode HNX: HONDA c. Family Type V: LDV d. Displacement Group e. Sequence Characters HKC: ’07 model FKC: ’08 model VA9: ’09 model

6• 5 HONDA MOTOR CO. , LTD.

RR B-C 11

108

’07 Model THIS VEHICLE CONFORMS TO U.S. EPA TIER 2 BIN 5 REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2007 MODEL YEAR NEW PASSENGER CARS AND CALIFORNIA REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO 2007 MODEL YEAR NEW LEV II LEV PASSENGER CARS. ’08 Model CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS: 2008 MY ’09 Model CONFORMS TO REGULATIONS: 2009 MY

Evaporative Family: *03

9 HNX R 0106

ab

c d

VEA

e

a. Model Year 7: ’07 8: ’08 9: ’09 b. Manufacturer Subcode HNX: HONDA c. Family Type R: EVAP/ORVR d. Canister Working Capacity Group e. Sequence Characters BBY: ’07 model, ’08 model VEA: ’09 model

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Lift and Support Points NOTE: If you are going to remove heavy components such as suspension or the fuel tank from the rear of the vehicle, first support the front of the vehicle with tall safety stands. When substantial weight is removed from the rear of the vehicle, the center of gravity can change, causing the vehicle to tip forward on the lift.

Vehicle Lift

Floor Jack 1. When lifting the front of the vehicle, set the parking brake. When lifting the rear of the vehicle, put the shift lever in reverse for manual transmission, or in P for automatic transmission. 2. Block the wheels that are not being lifted.

1. Position the lift blocks (A) under the vehicle’s front support points (B) and rear support points (C). 16

3. Position the floor jack under the front jacking bracket (A) or the rear jacking bracket (B). Center the jacking bracket on the jack lift platform (C), and jack up the vehicle high enough to fit the safety stands under it. 17

A

C A

B

C

2. Raise the lift a few inches, and rock the vehicle gently to be sure it is firmly supported. 3. Raise the lift to its full height, and inspect the vehicle support points for solid contact with the lift blocks.

C B

Safety Stands To support the vehicle on safety stands, use the same support points as for a vehicle lift. Always use safety stands when working on or under any vehicle that is supported only by a jack.

4. Position the safety stands under the support points, and adjust them so the vehicle is level. 5. Lower the vehicle onto the stands.

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General Information Towing If the vehicle needs to be towed, call a professional towing service. Never tow the vehicle behind another vehicle with a rope or chain. It is very dangerous.

Rear: 19

Emergency Towing There are three popular methods of towing a vehicle. Flat-bed Equipment − The operator loads the vehicle on the back of a truck. This is the best way of transporting the vehicle.

C

To accommodate flat-bed equipment, the vehicle is equipped with front towing hooks (A), front tie down hook slots (B), rear towing hook (C), and rear tie down hook slots (D). The rear towing hook can be used with a winch to pull the vehicle onto the truck, and the tie down hook slots can be used to secure the vehicle to the truck. Front: 18

D

A

B

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Wheel Lift Equipment − The tow truck uses two pivoting arms that go under the tires (front or rear) and lift them off the ground. The other two wheels remain on the ground. This is an acceptable way of towing the vehicle. Sling-type Equipment − The tow truck uses metal cables with hooks on the ends. These hooks go around parts of the frame or the suspension, and the cables lift that end of the vehicle off the ground. The vehicle’s suspension and body can be seriously damaged if this method of towing is attempted. This method of towing the vehicle is unacceptable.

• Improper towing preparation will damage the transmission. Follow the above procedure exactly. If you cannot shift the transmission or start the engine (automatic transmission), the vehicle must be transported on a flat-bed. • Trying to lift or tow the vehicle by the bumpers will cause serious damage. The bumpers are not designed to support the vehicle’s weight.

If the vehicle cannot be transported by a flat-bed, it should be towed with the front wheels off the ground. If the vehicle is damaged, and must be towed with the front wheels on the ground, or with all four wheels on the ground, do this: Manual Transmission • Release the parking brake. • Shift the transmission to neutral. • Leave the ignition switch in ACCESSORY (I) so the steering wheel does not lock. • Make sure all accessories are turned off to minimize current battery draw. Automatic Transmission • Release the parking brake. • Start the engine. • Shift to D, then to N. • Turn off the engine. • Leave the ignition switch in ACCESSORY (I) so the steering wheel does not lock. • Make sure all accessories are turned off to minimize current battery draw. It is best to tow the vehicle no farther than 80 km (50 miles), and keep the speed below 55 km/h (35 mph).

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General Information Parts Marking To deter vehicle theft, certain major components are marked with the vehicle identification number (VIN). Original parts have self-adhesive labels. Replacement body parts have generic self-adhesive labels. These labels should not be removed. The original engine or transmission VIN plates are not transferable to the replacement engine or transmission. NOTE: Be careful not to damage the parts marking labels during body repair. Mask the labels before repairing the part.

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Specifications Standards and Service Limits Engine Electrical ........................................................... Engine Assembly .......................................................... Cylinder Head ............................................................... Engine Block ................................................................. Engine Lubrication ....................................................... Cooling System ............................................................ Fuel and Emissions ...................................................... Clutch ............................................................................. Manual Transmission and M/T Differential (5-speed) ........................................ Manual Transmission and M/T Differential (6-speed) ........................................ Automatic Transmission and A/T Differential ........... Steering ......................................................................... Suspension ................................................................... Brakes ............................................................................ Air Conditioning ...........................................................

2-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-7 2-8 2-10 2-12 2-18 2-18 2-19 2-19

Design Specifications Dimensions ................................................................... Weight ........................................................................... Engine ............................................................................ Starter ............................................................................ Clutch ............................................................................. Manual Transmission .................................................. Automatic Transmission .............................................. Steering ......................................................................... Suspension ................................................................... Tires ............................................................................... Wheel Alignment .......................................................... Brakes ............................................................................ Air Conditioning ........................................................... Electrical Ratings .......................................................... Body Specifications ......................................................

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Standards and Service Limits Engine Electrical Item Ignition coil Spark plug

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Rated voltage

12 V

Firing order

1−3−4−2

Type (K20Z2)

DENSO: SKJ20DR-M11

Type (K20Z3)

DENSO: SK22PR-M11S 1.0−1.1 mm (0.039−0.043 in.)

Gap Ignition timing

At idle

M/T (in neutral),

Check the red mark

A/T (in N or P)

Drive belt

Tension

Alternator

Output

Service Limit

―――

8±2 ° BTDC Auto-tensioner

At 13.5 V and

105 A

normal engine temperature Coil (rotor) resistance

Starter

20 °C (68 °F)

3.2 −4.0

Slip ring O.D.

14.4 mm (0.57 in.)

14.0 mm (0.55 in.)

Brush length

10.5 mm (0.41 in.)

1.5 mm (0.06 in.)

Brush spring tension

3.2 N (0.33 kgf, 0.7 lbf)

Output

1.6 kW

Commutator mica depth

0.40−0.50 mm (0.016−0.020 in.)

Commutator runout

0.02 mm (0.0008 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Commutator O.D.

28.0−28.1 mm (1.102−1.106 in.)

27.5 mm (1.083 in.)

Brush length

11.1−11.5 mm (0.44−0.45 in.)

4.3 mm (0.17 in.)

Engine Assembly Item Compression

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Pressure

Minimum

930 kPa (9.5 kgf/cm2, 135 psi)

Check the engine with the starter

Maximum

200 kPa (2.0 kgf/cm2, 28 psi)

cranking

variation

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Cylinder Head Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

―――

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Height

103.95−104.05 mm (4.093−4.096 in.)

―――

End play

0.05−0.20 mm (0.002−0.008 in.)

0.4 mm (0.02 in.)

Head

Warpage

Camshaft

Camshaft-to-holder oil clearance

No. 1 journal

0.030−0.069 mm (0.001−0.003 in.)

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

No. 2, 3, 4, 5

0.060−0.099 mm (0.002−0.004 in.)

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

journals Total runout Cam lobe height (K20Z2)

0.03 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.04 mm (0.002 in.)

Intake (primary)

34.263 mm (1.3489 in.)

―――

Intake

29.638 mm (1.1668 in.)

―――

Exhaust

34.092 mm (1.3422 in.)

―――

Intake (primary)

32.791 mm (1.2910 in.)

―――

Intake (mid)

35.534 mm (1.3990 in.)

―――

Intake

32.678 mm (1.2865 in.)

―――

32.772 mm (1.2902 in.)

―――

Exhaust (mid)

34.768 mm (1.3688 in.)

―――

Exhaust

32.661 mm (1.2859 in.)

―――

(secondary) Cam lobe height (K20Z3)

(secondary) Exhaust (primary)

(secondary) Valve

Clearance (cold)

Intake

0.21−0.25 mm (0.008−0.010 in.)

―――

(K20Z2)

Exhaust

0.28−0.32 mm (0.011−0.013 in.)

―――

Clearance (cold)

Intake

0.21−0.25 mm (0.008−0.010 in.)

―――

(K20Z3)

Exhaust

0.25−0.29 mm (0.010−0.011 in.)

―――

Stem O.D.

Intake

5.475−5.485 mm (0.2156−0.2159 in.)

5.445 mm (0.214 in.)

Exhaust

5.450−5.460 mm (0.2146−0.2150 in.)

5.420 mm (0.213 in.)

Intake

0.030−0.055 mm (0.0012−0.0022 in.)

0.08 mm (0.003 in.)

Exhaust

0.055−0.080 mm (0.0022−0.0031 in.)

0.11 mm (0.004 in.)

Stem-to-guide clearance Valve seat

Width Stem installed height

Valve spring

Free length

Intake

1.25−1.55 mm (0.049−0.061 in.)

2.00 mm (0.079 in.)

Exhaust

1.25−1.55 mm (0.049−0.061 in.)

2.00 mm (0.079 in.)

Intake

44.0−44.5 mm (1.73−1.75 in.)

44.7 mm (1.76 in.)

Exhaust

44.1−44.6 mm (1.74−1.76 in.)

44.8 mm (1.76 in.)

NIPPON HATSUJO:

―――

Intake

47.57 mm (1.8728 in.) CHUO HATSUJO: 47.58 mm (1.8732 in.) Exhaust

NIPPON HATSUJO:

―――

49.64 mm (1.954 in.) CHUO HATSUJO: 49.63 mm (1.954 in.) Valve guide

I.D. Installed height

Rocker arm

Arm-to-shaft clearance (K20Z2) Arm-to-shaft clearance (K20Z3)

Intake

5.515−5.530 mm (0.2171−0.2177 in.)

5.55 mm (0.219 in.)

Exhaust

5.515−5.530 mm (0.2171−0.2177 in.)

5.55 mm (0.219 in.) ―――

Intake

15.2−16.2 mm (0.598−0.638 in.)

Exhaust

15.5−16.5 mm (0.610−0.650 in.)

―――

Intake

0.025−0.052 mm (0.0010−0.0020 in.)

0.08 mm (0.003 in.)

Exhaust

0.018−0.056 mm (0.0007−0.0022 in.)

0.08 mm (0.003 in.)

Intake

0.025−0.052 mm (0.0010−0.0020 in.)

0.08 mm (0.003 in.)

Exhaust

0.025−0.052 mm (0.0010−0.0020 in.)

0.08 mm (0.003 in.)

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Standards and Service Limits Engine Block Item Block

Measurement Bore diameter

Piston

Qualification

Warpage of deck A or l

86.010−86.020 mm (3.3862−3.3866 in.) 86.070 mm (3.3886 in.) 86.000−86.010 mm (3.3858−3.3862 in.) 86.070 mm (3.3886 in.)

Bore taper

―――

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Reboring limit

―――

0.25 mm (0.01 in.)

Skirt O.D. at 11 mm (0.4 in.) from

No letter or A

bottom of skirt

Letter B

Ring-to-groove clearance (K20Z2) Ring-to-groove clearance (K20Z3) Ring end gap (K20Z2)

Ring end gap (K20Z3)

Piston pin

Service Limit 0.10 mm (0.004 in.)

B or II

85.980−85.990 mm (3.3850−3.3854 in.) 85.930 mm (3.3831 in.) 85.970−85.980 mm (3.3846−3.3850 in.) 85.920 mm (3.3827 in.) 0.020−0.040 mm (0.0008−0.0016 in.)

Clearance in cylinder Piston ring

Standard or New 0.07 mm (0.003 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Top

0.035−0.060 mm (0.0014−0.0024 in.)

0.13 mm (0.005 in.)

Second

0.030−0.055 mm (0.0012−0.0022 in.)

0.13 mm (0.005 in.)

Top

0.045−0.070 mm (0.0018−0.0028 in.)

0.13 mm (0.005 in.)

Second

0.040−0.065 mm (0.0016−0.0026 in.)

0.13 mm (0.005 in.)

Top

0.20−0.35 mm (0.008−0.014 in.)

0.60 mm (0.024 in.)

Second

0.40−0.55 mm (0.016−0.022 in.)

0.70 mm (0.028 in.)

Oil

0.20−0.70 mm (0.008−0.028 in.)

0.80 mm (0.031 in.)

Top

0.20−0.35 mm (0.008−0.014 in.)

0.60 mm (0.024 in.)

Second

0.50−0.65 mm (0.020−0.026 in.)

0.75 mm (0.030 in.)

Oil

0.20−0.70 mm (0.008−0.028 in.)

0.80 mm (0.031 in.)

21.961−21.965 mm (0.8646−0.8648 in.) 21.953 mm (0.8643 in.)

O.D.

−0.005 to +0.002 mm

Pin-to-piston clearance

0.005 mm (0.0002 in.)

(−0.00020 to +0.00008 in.) Connecting rod

Crankshaft

Pin-to-rod clearance

0.005−0.015 mm (0.0002−0.0006 in.)

Small-end bore diameter

21.970−21.976 mm (0.8650−0.8652 in.) ―――

Large-end bore diameter (K20Z2)

48.0 mm (1.89 in.)

Large-end bore diameter (K20Z3)

51.0 mm (2.01 in.)

―――

End play

0.15−0.30 mm (0.006−0.012 in.)

0.40 mm (0.016 in.)

Main journal diameter

No. 1, 2, 4, 5

0.02 mm (0.0008 in.) ―――

54.984−55.008 mm (2.1648−2.1657 in.) ―――

journals No. 3 journal Rod journal diameter (K20Z3)

44.976−45.000 mm (1.7707−1.7717 in.) ―――

Rod/main journal taper

0.005 mm (0.0002 in.) max.

Rod/main journal out-of-round

0.005 mm (0.0002 in.) max.

0.010 mm (0.0004 in.)

End play

0.10−0.35 mm (0.004−0.014 in.)

0.45 mm (0.018 in.)

Runout Crankshaft

54.976−55.000 mm (2.1644−2.1654 in.) ――― 44.976−45.000 mm (1.7707−1.7717 in.) ―――

Rod journal diameter (K20Z2)

Main bearing-to-journal oil clearance

bearing

No. 1, 2, 4, 5

0.010 mm (0.0004 in.)

0.03 mm (0.0012 in.) max.

0.04 mm (0.0016 in.)

0.017−0.041 mm (0.0007−0.0016 in.)

0.050 mm (0.0020 in.)

0.025−0.049 mm (0.0010−0.0019 in.)

0.055 mm (0.0022 in.)

0.020−0.050 mm (0.0008−0.0020 in.)

0.060 mm (0.0024 in.)

0.032−0.066 mm (0.0013−0.0026 in.)

0.077 mm (0.0030 in.)

journals No. 3 journal Connecting rod bearing-to-journal oil clearance (K20Z2) Connecting rod bearing-to-journal oil clearance (K20Z3)

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Engine Lubrication Item Engine oil

Measurement Capacity (K20Z2)

Qualification

Standard or New

Engine overhaul

5.3 L (5.6 US qt)

Oil change

4.2 L (4.4 US qt)

Service Limit

including filter Oil change

4.0 L (4.2 US qt)

without filter Capacity (K20Z3)

Engine overhaul

5.5 L (5.8 US qt)

Oil change

4.4 L (4.6 US qt)

including filter Oil change

4.2 L (4.4 US qt)

without filter Oil pump

Inner-to-outer rotor clearance

0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

Pump housing-to-outer rotor clearance

0.15−0.21 mm (0.006−0.008 in.)

0.23 mm (0.009 in.)

Pump housing-to-rotor axial clearance

0.035−0.070 mm (0.0014−0.0028 in.)

0.12 mm (0.005 in.)

Balancer shafts, journal diameter

No. 1 journal,

0.20 mm (0.008 in.)

19.938−19.950 mm (0.7850−0.7854 in.) 19.92 mm (0.784 in.)

front shaft No. 1 journal,

23.938−23.950 mm (0.9424−0.9429 in.) 23.92 mm (0.942 in.)

rear shaft No. 2 journal,

32.949−32.961 mm (1.2972−1.2977 in.) 32.93 mm (1.296 in.)

front and rear shaft 0.005 mm (0.0002 in.) max.

―――

Front

0.063−0.108 mm (0.0025−0.0043 in.)

0.14 mm (0.0055 in.)

Balancer shafts, journal taper Balancer shafts, end play

Rear

0.063−0.108 mm (0.0025−0.0043 in.)

0.14 mm (0.0055 in.)

Balancer shafts, shaft-to-bearing

No. 1 journal,

0.050−0.082 mm (0.0020−0.0032 in.)

0.10 mm (0.004 in.)

clearance

front shaft 0.050−0.082 mm (0.0020−0.0032 in.)

0.10 mm (0.004 in.)

0.060−0.120 mm (0.0024−0.0047 in.)

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

No. 1 journal, rear shaft No. 2 journal, front and rear shaft Balancer shaft bearings, I.D.

No. 1 journal,

20.000−20.020 mm (0.7874−0.7882 in.) 20.03 mm (0.789 in.)

front shaft No. 1 journal,

24.000−24.020 mm (0.9449−0.9457 in.) 24.03 mm (0.946 in.)

rear shaft No. 2 journal,

33.021−33.069 mm (1.3000−1.3019 in.) 33.09 mm (1.303 in.)

front and rear shaft Relief valve, oil pressure with oil

At idle

70 kPa (0.7 kgf/cm2, 10 psi) min.

temperature at 80 °C (176 °F)

At 3,000 rpm

300 kPa (3.1 kgf/cm2, 44 psi) min.

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Standards and Service Limits Cooling System Item Radiator

Measurement

Qualification

Coolant capacities (including engine,

M/T: engine

heater, hoses, and reservoir)

overhaul

Use Honda Long Life Antifreeze/

M/T: coolant

Coolant Type 2

change

(K20Z2)

A/T: engine

Standard or New 6.6 L (1.74 US gal) 4.3 L (1.14 US gal) 6.5 L (1.72 US gal)

overhaul A/T: coolant

4.2 L (1.11 US gal)

change Coolant capacities (includes engine,

Engine overhaul

6.8 L (1.80 US gal)

heater, hoses, and reservoir)

Coolant change

4.5 L (1.19 US gal)

Use Honda Long Life Antifreeze/ Coolant Type 2 (K20Z3) Coolant reservoir Coolant capacity

0.4 L (0.11 US gal)

Radiator cap

Opening pressure

93−123 kPa (0.95−1.25 kgf/cm2, 14−18 psi)

Thermostat

Opening temperature Valve lift at fully open

2-6

Begins to open

76−80 °C (169 −176 °F)

Fully open

90 °C (194 °F) 8.0 mm (0.31 in.)


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Fuel and Emissions Item

Measurement

Fuel pressure

Pressure with fuel pressure gauge

regulator

connected

Fuel tank

Capacity

Engine idle

Idle speed without load

Qualification

Standard or New 330−380 kPa (3.4−3.9 kgf/cm2, 48−55 psi) 50 L (13.2 US gal)

M/T (in neutral)

700±50 rpm

A/T (in N or P)

800±50 rpm

Idle speed with high electrical load

M/T (in neutral)

780±50 rpm

(A/C switch ON, temperature set to

A/T (in N or P)

800±50 rpm

(K20Z2)

max cool, blower fan on High, rear window defogger ON, and headlights on high beam) Engine idle

Idle speed without load

M/T (in neutral)

750±50 rpm

(K20Z3)

Idle speed with high electrical load

M/T (in neutral)

750±50 rpm

(A/C switch ON, temperature set to max cool, blower fan on High, rear window defogger ON, and headlights on high beam)

Clutch Item Clutch pedal

Measurement Height from floor

Qualification Except Type S Type S

Standard or New

Service Limit

159.3 mm (6.27 in.)

―――

161.3 mm (6.35 in.)

―――

Stroke

130−140 mm (5.12−5.51 in.)

―――

Flywheel

Runout on clutch mating surface

0.05 mm (0.002 in.) max.

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

Clutch disc

Rivet head depth

1.65−2.25 mm (0.065−0.089 in.)

0.7 mm (0.03 in.)

Thickness

8.3−8.9 mm (0.33−0.35 in.)

6.0 mm (0.24 in.)

Warpage

0.03 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

Evenness of the height of the

0.6 mm (0.02 in.) max.

0.8 mm (0.03 in.)

Pressure plate

diaphragm spring fingers

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Standards and Service Limits Manual Transmission and M/T Differential (5-speed) Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Manual

Capacity

Fluid change

1.5 L (1.6 US qt)

transmission

Use Acura MTF

Overhaul

1.7 L (1.8 US qt)

Service Limit

fluid Mainshaft

End play

0.11−0.17 mm (0.004−0.007 in.)

Diameter of ball bearing contact area

27.987−28.000 mm (1.1018−1.1024 in.) 27.93 mm (1.100 in.)

Adjust

(transmission housing side) 31.984−32.000 mm (1.2592−1.2598 in.) 31.93 mm (1.257 in.)

Diameter of 4th/5th gear distance collar contact area

38.984−39.000 mm (1.5348−1.5354 in.) 38.93 mm (1.533 in.)

Diameter of needle bearing contact area

27.977−27.990 mm (1.1015−1.1020 in.) 27.92 mm (1.099 in.)

Diameter of ball bearing contact area (clutch housing side) Diameter of bushing contact area

20.80−20.85 mm (0.819−0.821 in.)

20.75 mm (0.817 in.)

Runout

0.02 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Mainshaft 3rd,

I.D.

44.009−44.025 mm (1.7326−1.7333 in.) 44.08 mm (1.735 in.)

4th, and 5th gear

End play

0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

0.25 mm (0.010 in.)

Thickness

23.92−23.97 mm (0.942−0.944 in.)

23.80 mm (0.937 in.) 32.02 mm (1.261 in.)

Mainshaft 4th/

I.D.

32.00−32.01 mm (1.2598−1.2602 in.)

5th gear distance

O.D.

38.989−39.000 mm (1.5350−1.5354 in.) 38.94 mm (1.533 in.)

collar

Length

A

51.95−52.05 mm (2.045−2.049 in.)

―――

B

24.03−24.08 mm (0.946−0.948 in.)

―――

01 B

A

B

MBS distance

I.D.

28.00−28.10 mm (1.102−1.106 in.)

―――

collar

Length

23.95−24.05 mm (0.943−0.947 in.)

―――

Countershaft

Diameter of ball bearing contact area

30.020−30.033 mm (1.1819−1.1824 in.) 29.97 mm (1.180 in.)

(transmission housing side) 39.937−39.950 mm (1.5723−1.5728 in.) 39.88 mm (1.570 in.)

Diameter of 1st gear distance collar contact area

40.000−40.015 mm (1.5748−1.5754 in.) 39.95 mm (1.573 in.)

Diameter of needle bearing contact area (clutch housing side) Runout

0.02 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

35 mm shim-to-bearing inner race

0.04−0.10 mm (0.0016−0.0039 in.)

Adjust

clearance Countershaft 1st

I.D.

and 2nd gear

End play Thickness

52.010−52.029 mm (2.0476−2.0484 in.) 52.08 mm (2.050 in.) 0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

0.25 mm (0.010 in.)

1st

22.92−22.97 mm (0.902−0.904 in.)

22.87 mm (0.900 in.)

2nd

27.92−27.97 mm (1.099−1.101 in.)

27.87 mm (1.097 in.)

Countershaft 1st

I.D.

39.95−39.96 mm (1.5728−1.5732 in.)

39.97 mm (1.574 in.)

and 2nd gear

O.D.

46.989−47.000 mm (1.8500−1.8504 in.) 46.94 mm (1.848 in.)

distance collar

Length

1st

23.03−23.08 mm (0.907−0.909 in.)

―――

2nd

28.03−28.08 mm (1.104−1.106 in.)

―――

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Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

20.016−20.043 mm (0.7880−0.7891 in.) 20.90 mm (0.832 in.)

Reverse idler

I.D.

gear

Gear-to-reverse gear shaft clearance

Synchro ring

Ring-to-gear clearance

Triple cone

Outer synchro ring-to-synchro cone

Ring pushed

synchro

clearance

against gear

Ring pushed

0.036−0.084 mm (0.0014−0.0033 in.)

0.16 mm (0.006 in.)

0.70−1.49 mm (0.028−0.059 in.)

0.4 mm (0.016 in.)

0.70−1.19 mm (0.028−0.047 in.)

0.3 mm (0.012 in.)

0.50−1.04 mm (0.020−0.041 in.)

0.3 mm (0.012 in.)

0.95−1.68 mm (0.037−0.066 in.)

0.6 mm (0.024 in.) ―――

against gear

Synchro cone-to-gear clearance

Ring pushed against gear

Outer synchro ring-to-gear clearance

Ring pushed against gear

Finger thickness

7.4−7.6 mm (0.29−0.30 in.)

Fork-to-synchro sleeve clearance

0.35−0.65 mm (0.014−0.026 in.)

1.0 mm (0.039 in.)

Reverse shift

Finger width

13.4−13.7 mm (0.528−0.539 in.)

―――

fork

Fork-to-reverse idler gear clearance

0.20−0.59 mm (0.008−0.023 in.)

1.3 mm (0.051 in.)

Shift arm

I.D.

13.973−14.000 mm (0.5501−0.5512 in.) ―――

Shift fork

Finger width

16.9−17.0 mm (0.665−0.669 in.)

―――

Shift arm-to-shift fork clearance

0.2−0.5 mm (0.008−0.020 in.)

0.62 mm (0.024 in.) ―――

Select lever

Finger width

14.85−14.95 mm (0.585−0.589 in.)

Change lever

Shaft-to-select lever clearance

0.05−0.25 mm (0.002−0.010 in.)

0.50 mm (0.020 in.)

Groove width

15.00−15.10 mm (0.591−0.594 in.)

――― 0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

Shaft-to-shift arm clearance

0.013−0.070 mm (0.0005−0.0028 in.)

M/T differential

Pinion shaft contact area I.D.

18.010−18.028 mm (0.7091−0.7098 in.) ―――

carrier

Carrier-to-pinion shaft clearance

0.027−0.057 mm (0.0011−0.0022 in.)

Driveshaft contact area I.D.

28.025−28.045 mm (1.1033−1.1041 in.) ―――

M/T differential

Backlash

0.05−0.15 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

pinion gear

I.D.

18.042−18.066 mm (0.7103−0.7113 in.) ―――

0.1 mm (0.004 in.) ―――

Pinion gear-to-pinion shaft clearance

0.059−0.095 mm (0.0023−0.0037 in.)

0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

M/T differential

80 mm shim-to-bearing outer race

0−0.10 mm (0−0.039 in.)

Adjust

80 mm shim

clearance in transmission housing

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Standards and Service Limits Manual Transmission and M/T Differential (6-speed) Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Manual

Capacity

Fluid change

1.5 L (1.6 US qt)

transmission

Use Honda MTF

Overhaul

1.7 L (1.8 US qt)

Service Limit

fluid Mainshaft

End play

0.11−0.17 mm (0.004−0.007 in.)

Diameter of ball bearing contact area

27.987−28.000 mm (1.1018−1.1024 in.) 27.93 mm (1.100 in.)

Adjust

(transmission housing side) 31.984−32.000 mm (1.2592−1.2598 in.) 31.93 mm (1.257 in.)

Diameter of 4th/5th gear distance collar contact area

38.984−39.000 mm (1.5348−1.5354 in.) 38.93 mm (1.533 in.)

Diameter of needle bearing contact area

27.977−27.990 mm (1.1015−1.1020 in.) 27.92 mm (1.099 in.)

Diameter of ball bearing contact area (clutch housing side) Diameter of bushing contact area

20.80−20.85 mm (0.819−0.821 in.)

20.75 mm (0.817 in.)

Runout

0.02 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Mainshaft

I.D.

44.009−44.025 mm (1.7326−1.7333 in.) 44.08 mm (1.735 in.)

3rd, 4th, and 5th

End play

0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

0.25 mm (0.010 in.)

gear

Thickness

23.92−23.97 mm (0.942−0.944 in.)

23.80 mm (0.937 in.)

Mainshaft

I.D.

40.009−40.025 mm (1.5752−1.5758 in.) 40.08 mm (1.578 in.)

6th gear

End play

0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

0.25 mm (0.010 in.)

Thickness

23.92−23.97 mm (0.942−0.944 in.)

23.80 mm (0.937 in.) 32.02 mm (1.261 in.)

Mainshaft

I.D.

32.00−32.01 mm (1.2598−1.2602 in.)

4th/5th gear

O.D.

38.989−39.000 mm (1.5350−1.5354 in.) 38.94 mm (1.533 in.)

distance collar

Length

A

51.95−52.05 mm (2.045−2.049 in.)

―――

B

24.03−24.08 mm (0.946−0.948 in.)

―――

28.02 mm (1.103 in.)

01 B

A

B

Mainshaft

I.D.

28.00−28.01 mm (1.102−1.103 in.)

6th gear distance

O.D.

34.989−35.000 mm (1.3775−1.3780 in.) 34.940 mm (1.3756 in.)

collar

Length

24.03−24.08 mm (0.946−0.948 in.)

Countershaft

Diameter of ball bearing contact area

30.020−30.033 mm (1.1819−1.1824 in.) 29.97 mm (1.180 in.)

―――

(transmission housing side) 39.937−39.950 mm (1.5723−1.5728 in.) 39.883 mm (1.5702 in.)

Diameter of 1st gear distance collar contact area

35.000−35.015 mm (1.3780−1.3785 in.) 34.95 mm (1.376 in.)

Diameter of needle bearing contact area (clutch housing side) Runout

0.02 mm (0.001 in.) max.

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

35 mm shim-to-bearing inner race

0.04−0.10 mm (0.0016−0.0039 in.)

Adjust

clearance Countershaft 1st

I.D.

and 2nd gear

End play Thickness

52.010−52.029 mm (2.0476−2.0484 in.) 52.08 mm (2.050 in.) 0.06−0.16 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

0.25 mm (0.010 in.)

1st

22.92−22.97 mm (0.902−0.904 in.)

22.87 mm (0.900 in.)

2nd

27.92−27.97 mm (1.099−1.101 in.)

27.87 mm (1.097 in.)

Countershaft 1st

I.D.

39.95−39.96 mm (1.5728−1.5732 in.)

39.97 mm (1.574 in.)

and 2nd gear

O.D.

46.989−47.000 mm (1.8500−1.8504 in.) 46.94 mm (1.848 in.)

distance collar

Length

2-10

1st

23.03−23.08 mm (0.907−0.909 in.)

―――

2nd

28.03−28.08 mm (1.104−1.106 in.)

―――


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Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

Reverse idler

I.D.

20.016−20.043 mm (0.7880−0.7891 in.) 20.90 mm (0.823 in.)

gear

Gear-to-reverse idler gear shaft

0.036−0.084 mm (0.0014−0.0033 in.)

0.16 mm (0.006 in.)

0.70−1.49 mm (0.028−0.059 in.)

0.4 mm (0.016 in.)

0.70−1.19 mm (0.028−0.047 in.)

0.3 mm (0.012 in.)

0.50−1.04 mm (0.020−0.041 in.)

0.3 mm (0.012 in.)

0.95−1.68 mm (0.037−0.066 in.)

0.6 mm (0.024 in.) ―――

clearance Synchro ring

Ring-to-gear clearance

Ring pushed against gear

Double cone

Outer synchro ring-to-synchro cone

Ring pushed

synchro and

clearance

against gear

triple cone

Synchro cone-to-gear clearance

synchro

Ring pushed against gear

Outer synchro ring-to-gear clearance

Ring pushed against gear

Finger thickness

7.4−7.6 mm (0.29−0.30 in.)

Fork-to-synchro sleeve clearance

0.35−0.65 mm (0.014−0.026 in.)

1.0 mm (0.039 in.)

Reverse shift

Finger width

13.4−13.7 mm (0.528−0.539 in.)

―――

fork

Fork-to-reverse idler gear clearance

0.20−0.59 mm (0.008−0.023 in.)

1.3 mm (0.051 in.)

Shift arm

I.D.

13.973−14.000 mm (0.5501−0.5512 in.) ―――

Shift fork

Finger width

16.9−17.0 mm (0.665−0.669 in.)

―――

Shift arm-to-shift fork clearance

0.2−0.5 mm (0.008−0.020 in.)

0.62 mm (0.024 in.) ―――

Select lever

Finger width

14.85−14.95 mm (0.585−0.589 in.)

Change lever

Shaft-to-select lever clearance

0.05−0.25 mm (0.002−0.010 in.)

0.50 mm (0.020 in.)

Groove width

15.00−15.10 mm (0.591−0.594 in.)

―――

Shaft-to-shift arm clearance

0.013−0.070 mm (0.0005−0.0028 in.)

0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

M/T differential

80 mm shim-to-bearing outer race

0−0.10 mm (0−0.039 in.)

Adjust

80 mm shim

clearance in transmission housing

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Standards and Service Limits Automatic Transmission and A/T Differential Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

Automatic

Capacity

Fluid change

2.9 L (3.1 US qt)

transmission

Use Acura ATF-Z1

Overhaul

6.5 L (6.9 US qt)

Line pressure

At 2,000 rpm in P

900−960 kPa

850 kPa

or N

(9.2−9.8 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.7 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

At 2,000 rpm in 1st

890−970 kPa

840 kPa

gear in S

(9.1−9.9 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.6 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

At 2,000 rpm in 2nd

890−970 kPa

840 kPa

gear in S

(9.1−9.9 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.6 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

fluid ATF pressure

1st clutch pressure 2nd clutch pressure 3rd clutch pressure 4th clutch pressure 5th clutch pressure

At 2,000 rpm in 3rd

890−970 kPa

840 kPa

gear in S

(9.1−9.9 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.6 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

At 2,000 rpm in 4th

890−970 kPa

840 kPa

gear in S

(9.1−9.9 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.6 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

At 2,000 rpm in 5th

890−970 kPa

840 kPa

gear in S

(9.1−9.9 kgf/cm2, 130−140 psi)

(8.6 kgf/cm2, 120 psi)

2,150 rpm

2,000−2,300 rpm

Torque converter Stall speed Check with vehicle on level ground Clutch

Clearance between clutch end-plate

1st

1.23−1.43 mm (0.048−0.056 in.)

―――

and top disc

2nd

0.75−0.95 mm (0.030−0.037 in.)

―――

3rd

0.83−1.03 mm (0.033−0.041 in.)

―――

4th, 5th

0.73−0.93 mm (0.029−0.037 in.)

―――

1st, 2nd, 3rd

50.8 mm (2.00 in.)

48.8 mm (1.92 in.)

Clutch return spring free length

4th, 5th Clutch disc thickness Clutch plate thickness

2nd clutch end-plate thickness

31.5 mm (1.24 in.) ―――

1st, 2nd, 3rd

2.0 mm (0.079 in.)

When discolored

4th, 5th

2.3 mm (0.091 in.)

When discolored

0.07−0.20 mm (0.003−0.008 in.)

0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

Mark 1

2.3 mm (0.091 in.)

When discolored

Mark 2

2.4 mm (0.094 in.)

When discolored

Mark 3

2.5 mm (0.098 in.)

When discolored

Mark 4

2.6 mm (0.102 in.)

When discolored

Mark 5

2.7 mm (0.106 in.)

When discolored

Mark 6

2.8 mm (0.110 in.)

When discolored

Mark 7

2.9 mm (0.114 in.)

When discolored

Mark 8

3.0 mm (0.118 in.)

When discolored

Mark 9

3.1 mm (0.122 in.)

When discolored

Mark 10

3.2 mm (0.126 in.)

When discolored

Mark 11

3.3 mm (0.130 in.)

When discolored

Mark 12

3.4 mm (0.134 in.)

When discolored

Mark 1

2.6 mm (0.102 in.)

When discolored

Mark 2

2.7 mm (0.106 in.)

When discolored

Mark 3

2.8 mm (0.110 in.)

When discolored

Mark 4

2.9 mm (0.114 in.)

When discolored

Mark 5

3.0 mm (0.118 in.)

When discolored

Mark 6

3.1 mm (0.122 in.)

When discolored

Mark 7

3.2 mm (0.126 in.)

When discolored

Mark 8

3.3 mm (0.130 in.)

When discolored

Mark 9

3.4 mm (0.134 in.)

When discolored

Clutch wave-plate phase difference 1st, 3rd clutch end-plate thickness

33.5 mm (1.32 in.) 1.94 mm (0.076 in.)

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Item Clutch (cont’d)

Mainshaft

Measurement 4th, 5th clutch end-plate thickness

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

Mark 1

2.1 mm (0.083 in.)

When discolored

Mark 2

2.2 mm (0.087 in.)

When discolored

Mark 3

2.3 mm (0.091 in.)

When discolored

Mark 4

2.4 mm (0.094 in.)

When discolored

Mark 5

2.5 mm (0.098 in.)

When discolored

Mark 6

2.6 mm (0.102 in.)

When discolored

Mark 7

2.7 mm (0.106 in.)

When discolored

Mark 8

2.8 mm (0.110 in.)

When discolored

Mark 9

2.9 mm (0.114 in.)

When discolored

Diameter of needle bearing contact

At stator shaft

22.984−23.000 mm (0.905−0.906 in.)

When worn or damaged

area

At 5th gear

51.975−51.991 mm (2.046−2.047 in.)

When worn or damaged

At 4th gear collar

33.975−33.991 mm

When worn or damaged

(1.3376−1.3382 in.) I.D. of gears

5th gear

57.000−57.019 mm

When worn or damaged

(2.2441−2.2448 in.) 4th gear

40.000−40.016 mm

When worn or damaged

(1.5748−1.5754 in.) End play of gears

5th gear (’06-07

0.03−0.11 mm (0.001−0.004 in.)

―――

0.04−0.10 mm (0.002−0.004 in.)

―――

models) 5th gear (’08-09 models) 4th gear

0.10−0.22 mm (0.004−0.009 in.)

―――

41 x 68 mm thrust washer thickness

No. 1

6.35 mm (0.250 in.)

When worn or damaged

(’06-07 models)

No. 2

6.40 mm (0.252 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 3

6.45 mm (0.254 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 4

6.50 mm (0.256 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 5

6.55 mm (0.258 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 6

6.60 mm (0.260 in.)

When worn or damaged

41 x 68 mm thrust washer thickness

No. 1

4.450 mm (0.1752 in.)

When worn or damaged

(’08-09 models)

No. 2

4.475 mm (0.1762 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 3

4.500 mm (0.1772 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 4

4.525 mm (0.1781 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 5

4.550 mm (0.1791 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 6

4.575 mm (0.1801 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 7

4.600 mm (0.1811 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 8

4.625 mm (0.1821 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 9

4.650 mm (0.1831 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 10

4.675 mm (0.1841 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 11

4.700 mm (0.1850 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 12

4.725 mm (0.1860 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 13

4.750 mm (0.1870 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 14

4.775 mm (0.1880 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 15

4.800 mm (0.1890 in.)

When worn or damaged

4th gear collar length

66.3−66.4 mm (2.610−2.614 in.)

―――

Length of 4th gear collar flange from

19.15−19.30 mm (0.754−0.760 in.)

When worn or damaged

Sealing ring thickness

1.91−1.97 mm (0.0752−0.0776 in.)

1.86 mm (0.0732 in.)

Width of sealing ring groove

2.025−2.060 mm (0.0797−0.0811 in.)

2.080 mm (0.0819 in.)

Clutch feed pipe O.D.

7.97−7.98 mm (0.3138−0.3142 in.)

7.95 mm (0.313 in.)

Clutch feed pipe bushing I.D.

8.000−8.015 mm (0.3150−0.3156 in.)

8.030 mm (0.3161 in.)

end

(cont’d)

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Standards and Service Limits Automatic Transmission and A/T Differential (cont’d) Item Countershaft

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Diameter of needle bearing contact

At torque

36.005−36.015 mm

area

converter

(1.4175−1.4179 in.)

Service Limit When worn or damaged

housing At 4th gear collar

34.982−34.998 mm

When worn or damaged

(1.3772−1.3779 in.)

I.D. of gears

At reverse gear

39.979−40.000 mm

collar

(1.5740−1.5748 in.)

4th gear

41.000−41.016 mm

When worn or damaged When worn or damaged

(1.6142−1.6148 in.) Reverse gear

46.000−46.016 mm

When worn or damaged

(1.8110−1.8117 in.) 5th gear

0−0.48 mm (0−0.019 in.)

―――

4th gear

0.04−0.12 mm (0.002−0.005 in.)

―――

Reverse gear

0.10−0.25 mm (0.004−0.010 in.)

―――

54.22−54.30 mm (2.135−2.138 in.)

―――

Reverse selector hub width

25.45−25.65 mm (1.002−1.010 in.)

―――

Reverse selector hub O.D.

55.87−55.90 mm (2.200−2.201 in.)

When worn or damaged

End play of gears

Distance collar length

Secondary shaft

At 1st gear

area

At 2nd gear

39.986−39.999 mm (1.5742−1.5748 in.) When worn or damaged

At 3rd gear collar

36.975−36.991 mm (1.4557−1.4563 in.) When worn or damaged

1st gear

47.000−47.016 mm (1.8504−1.8510 in.) When worn or damaged

I.D. of gears

End play of gears

37 x 58 mm thrust washer thickness

40 x 51.5 mm thrust washer thickness

2-14

39.986−39.999 mm (1.5742−1.5748 in.) When worn or damaged

Diameter of needle bearing contact

2nd gear

46.000−46.016 mm (1.8110−1.8117 in.) When worn or damaged

3rd gear

43.000−43.016 mm (1.6929−1.6935 in.) When worn or damaged

1st gear

0.04−0.12 mm (0.002−0.005 in.)

―――

2nd gear

0.04−0.12 mm (0.002−0.005 in.)

―――

3rd gear

0.10−0.22 mm (0.004−0.009 in.)

―――

No. 1

3.900 mm (0.154 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 2

3.925 mm (0.155 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 3

3.950 mm (0.156 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 4

3.975 mm (0.156 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 5

4.000 mm (0.157 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 6

4.025 mm (0.158 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 7

4.050 mm (0.159 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 8

4.075 mm (0.160 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 9

4.100 mm (0.161 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 10

4.125 mm (0.162 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 11

4.150 mm (0.163 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 12

4.175 mm (0.164 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 13

4.200 mm (0.165 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 14

4.225 mm (0.166 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 15

4.250 mm (0.167 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 16

4.275 mm (0.168 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 17

4.300 mm (0.169 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 18

4.325 mm (0.170 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 19

4.350 mm (0.171 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 20

4.375 mm (0.172 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 1

4.80 mm (0.189 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 2

4.85 mm (0.191 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 3

4.90 mm (0.193 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 4

4.95 mm (0.195 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 5

5.00 mm (0.197 in.)

When worn or damaged

No. 6

5.05 mm (0.199 in.)

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Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

Secondary shaft

3rd gear collar length

43.9−44.0 mm (1.728−1.732 in.)

―――

(cont’d)

Length of 3rd gear collar flange from

5.25−5.40 mm (0.207−0.213 in.)

When worn or damaged

Sealing ring thickness

1.91−1.97 mm (0.0752−0.0776 in.)

1.86 mm (0.0732 in.)

Width of sealing ring groove

2.025−2.060 mm (0.0797−0.0811 in.)

2.080 mm (0.0819 in.)

11.47−11.48 mm (0.4516−0.4520 in.)

11.45 mm (0.4508 in.)

6.97−6.98 mm (0.2744−0.2748 in.)

6.95 mm (0.2736 in.)

end

Clutch feed pipe O.D.

3rd clutch feed pipe 1st clutch feed pipe

Clutch feed pipe bushing I.D.

3rd clutch feed

11.500−11.518 mm (0.4528−0.4535 in.) 11.530 mm (0.4539 in.)

pipe 1st clutch feed

7.018−7.030 mm (0.2763−0.2768 in.)

7.045 mm (0.2774 in.)

pipe 29.000−29.021 mm (1.1417−1.1426 in.) 29.05 mm (1.144 in.)

ATF guide of sealing ring contact I.D. Idler gear shaft

Diameter of needle bearing contact

End cover side

32.003−32.013 mm (1.2600−1.2604 in.) When worn or damaged

area Thickness of cotters

1.39−1.42 mm (0.0547−0.0559 in.)

―――

Reverse idler

Reverse idler gear shaft diameter at

14.99−15.00 mm (0.5902−0.5906 in.)

When worn or damaged

gear

needle bearing contact area I.D.

20.007−20.020 mm (0.7877−0.7882 in.) When worn or damaged

I.D. of reverse idler gear shaft contact

14.800−14.818 mm (0.5827−0.5834 in.) ―――

area on transmission housing ATF pump

I.D. of reverse idler gear shaft holder

14.800−14.824 mm (0.5827−0.5836 in.) When worn or damaged

ATF pump thrust clearance

0.03−0.06 mm (0.001−0.002 in.)

0.07 mm (0.003 in.)

Clearance between ATF pump gear

Drive gear

0.210−0.265 mm (0.0083−0.0104 in.)

―――

and body

Driven gear

0.070−0.125 mm (0.0028−0.0049 in.)

―――

14.016−14.034 mm (0.5518−0.5525 in.) When worn or damaged

ATF pump driven gear I.D.

13.980−13.990 mm (0.5504−0.5508 in.) When worn or damaged

ATF pump driven gear shaft O.D. Stator shaft

Needle bearing contact I.D.

Torque converter 27.000−27.021 mm (1.063−1.064 in.)

When worn or damaged

side ATF pump side Reverse shift

29.000−29.021 mm (1.1417−1.1426 in.) ―――

Sealing ring contact area I.D.

29.000−29.021 mm (1.1417−1.1426 in.) 29.05 mm (1.144 in.)

Fork finger thickness

5.90−6.00 mm (0.232−0.236 in.)

5.40 mm (0.213 in.)

―――

When worn or damaged

fork Park gear and pawl Servo body Regulator valve

Shift fork shaft bore I.D.

14.000−14.010 mm (0.5512−0.5516 in.) ―――

Shift fork shaft valve bore I.D.

37.000−37.039 mm (1.4567−1.4582 in.) 37.045 mm (1.4585 in.)

Sealing ring contact I.D.

29.000−29.021 mm (1.1417−1.1426 in.) 29.05 mm (1.144 in.)

body

(cont’d)

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Standards and Service Limits Automatic Transmission and A/T Differential (cont’d) Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New Wire Diameter

Main valve body

0.8 mm

5.6 mm

28.1 mm

(0.031 in.)

(0.220 in.)

(1.106 in.)

Shift valve B spring

0.8 mm

5.6 mm

28.1 mm

(0.031 in.)

(0.220 in.)

(1.106 in.)

0.8 mm

5.6 mm

28.1 mm

(0.031 in.)

(0.220 in.)

(1.106 in.)

Shift valve C spring Relief valve spring Lock-up control valve spring Cooler check valve spring Servo control valve spring Shift valve E spring Regulator valve

Stator reaction spring

body spring (see page

Regulator valve spring A

14-305) Regulator valve spring B Torque converter check valve spring Lock-up shift valve spring 3rd accumulator spring 1st accumulator spring A 1st accumulator spring B Servo body

Shift valve D spring

spring (see page 14-306)

4th accumulator spring B 4th accumulator spring A 2nd accumulator spring B 2nd accumulator spring A 5th accumulator spring

2-16

Free Length

Shift valve A spring

spring (see page 14-303)

O.D.

1.0 mm

9.6 mm

34.1 mm

(0.039 in.)

(0.378 in.)

(1.343 in.)

0.65 mm

7.1 mm

23.1 mm

(0.026 in.)

(0.280 in.)

(0.909 in.)

0.85 mm

6.6 mm

27.0 mm

(0.033 in.)

(0.260 in.)

(1.063 in.)

0.7 mm

6.6 mm

35.7 mm

(0.028 in.)

(0.260 in.)

(1.406 in.)

0.8 mm

5.6 mm

28.1 mm

(0.031 in.)

(0.220 in.)

(1.106 in.)

4.5 mm

35.4 mm

30.3 mm

(0.177 in.)

(1.394 in.)

(1.193 in.)

1.9 mm

14.7 mm

80.6 mm

(0.075 in.)

(0.579 in.)

(3.173 in.)

1.6 mm

9.2 mm

44.0 mm

(0.063 in.)

(0.362 in.)

(1.732 in.)

1.2 mm

8.6 mm

33.8 mm

(0.047 in.)

(0.339 in.)

(1.331 in.)

1.0 mm

6.6 mm

35.5 mm

(0.039 in.)

(0.260 in.)

(1.398 in.)

2.5 mm

14.6 mm

29.9 mm

(0.098 in.)

(0.575 in.)

(1.177 in.)

2.4 mm

18.6 mm

49.0 mm

(0.094 in.)

(0.732 in.)

(1.929 in.)

2.3 mm

12.2 mm

31.5 mm

(0.091 in.)

(0.480 in.)

(1.240 in.)

0.8 mm

5.6 mm

28.1 mm

(0.031 in.)

(0.220 in.)

(1.106 in.)

2.3 mm

12.2 mm

31.5 mm

(0.091 in.)

(0.480 in.)

(1.240 in.)

2.4 mm

18.6 mm

49.0 mm

(0.094 in.)

(0.732 in.)

(1.929 in.)

2.0 mm

10.6 mm

34.0 mm

(0.079 in.)

(0.417 in.)

(1.339 in.)

2.2 mm

16.6 mm

48.2 mm

(0.087 in.)

(0.654 in.)

(1.898 in.)

2.5 mm

14.6 mm

29.9 mm

(0.098 in.)

(0.575 in.)

(1.177 in.)

No. of Coils 15.9 15.9 15.9 10.2 12.7 11.3 17.2 15.9 1.92 16.1 12.5 12.2 18.2 4.9 7.1 6.6 15.9 6.6 7.1 8.0 8.5 4.9


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Item

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

A/T differential

Pinion shaft contact area I.D.

18.000−18.025 mm (0.709−0.710 in.)

―――

carrier

Clearance between carrier and pinion

0.013−0.054 mm (0.001−0.002 in.)

0.1 mm (0.004 in.)

Driveshaft contact area I.D.

28.015−28.045 mm (1.103−1.104 in.)

―――

Clearnace between carrier and

0.035−0.086 mm (0.001−0.003 in.)

0.12 mm (0.005 in.)

Intermediate shaft contact I.D.

28.015−28.045 mm (1.103−1.104 in.)

―――

Clearance between carrier and

0.065−0.111 mm (0.003−0.004 in.)

0.12 mm (0.005 in.)

2.7−3.9 N·m

Adjust

shaft

driveshaft

intermediate shaft Carrier bearing starting torque

For new bearing

(28−40 kgf·cm, 24−35 lbf·in)

(preload) For used bearing

2.5−3.6 N·m

Adjust

(25−37 kgf·cm, 22−32 lbf·in) Final driven gear backlash

(Reference)

0.086−0.142 mm (0.003−0.006 in.)

0.2 mm (0.008 in.)

0.05−0.15 mm (0.002−0.006 in.)

―――

A/T differential

Backlash

pinion gear

I.D.

18.042−18.066 mm (0.7103−0.7113 in.) ―――

Clearance between pinion gear and

0.055−0.095 mm (0.0022−0.0037 in.)

0.12 mm (0.005 in.)

pinion shaft

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Standards and Service Limits Steering Item Steering wheel

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New 0−10 mm (0−0.39 in.)

Rotational play measured at outside edge with engine running Initial turning load measured at

34 N (3.5 kgf, 7.7 lbf)

outside edge with engine running Gearbox

7±3 °

Angle of rack guide screw loosened from locked position

Suspension Item Wheel alignment

Measurement Camber

Qualification

Standard or New

Front

0 ° 00 ’ ±30 ’

Rear (without

−1 ° 30 ’ +1 ° 05 ’ −0 ° 45 ’

Service Limit

‘‘C’’ marks on the rear upper arm) Rear (with ‘‘C’’

−0 ° 45 ’ +1 ° 05 ’ −0 ° 45 ’

marks on the rear upper arm) 7 ° 00 ’ ±1 °

Caster

Front

Total toe-in

Front

0±2 mm (0±0.08 in.)

Rear

2+2−1 mm (0.08+0.08 −0.04 in.)

Front wheel turning angle

Inward

38 ° 46 ’ ±2 °

Outward

31 ° 14 ’

(reference) Wheel Wheel bearing

Runout End play

Axial

0−0.7 mm (0−0.03 in.)

2.0 mm (0.08 in.)

Radial

0−0.7 mm (0−0.03 in.)

1.5 mm (0.06 in.)

Front

0−0.05 mm (0−0.002 in.)

Rear

0−0.05 mm (0−0.002 in.)

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Brakes Item

Measurement

Parking brake

Distance traveled when lever pulled

Brake pedal

Pedal height (carpet moved aside)

Qualification

Standard or New

Service Limit

8 to 10 clicks

with 196 N (20 kgf, 44 lbf) of force M/T A/T

158 mm (6.22 in.) 1−5 mm (0.04−0.20 in.)

Free play Brake disc

153 mm (6.02 in.)

Thickness

Front

22.9−23.1 mm (0.90−0.91 in.)

21.0 mm (0.83 in.)

(except TYPE S)

Brake pad

Front (TYPE S)

24.9−25.1 mm (0.98−0.99 in.)

23.0 mm (0.91 in.)

Rear

8.9−9.1 mm (0.35−0.36 in.)

8.0 mm (0.31 in.)

Runout

Front and rear

―――

0.04 mm (0.0016 in.)

Parallelism

Front and rear

―――

0.015 mm (0.0006 in.)

Thickness

Front

9.6−10.2 mm (0.38−0.40 in.)

1.6 mm (0.06 in.)

Front (TYPE S)

9.0−9.7 mm (0.35−0.38 in.)

1.6 mm (0.06 in.)

Rear

8.3−9.4 mm (0.33−0.37 in.)

1.6 mm (0.06 in.)

(except TYPE S)

Air Conditioning Item Refrigerant Refrigerant oil

Measurement

Qualification

Standard or New

Type

HFC-134a (R-134a)

Capacity of system

400−450 g (14.1−15.8 oz)

Type Capacity of components

SP-10 (P/N 38897-P13-A01) Condenser

50 mL (1 2/3 fl·oz)

Evaporator

40 mL (1 1/3 fl·oz)

Each Line and

10 mL (1/3 fl·oz)

hose Compressor

Field coil resistance Pulley-to-armature-plate clearance

Compressor

75−85 mL (2 1/2−2 5/6 fl·oz)

At 20 °C (68 °F)

3.15 −3.45 0.35−0.65 mm (0.014−0.026 in.)

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Design Specifications Item DIMENSIONS

Measurement

Qualification

Overall length Overall width

1,752 mm (69.0 in.)

Overall height

1,435 mm (56.5 in.)

Wheelbase Track

2,700 mm (106.3 in.) Front Rear

Ground clearance WEIGHT

Specification 4.544 mm (178.9 in.)

1,499 mm (59.0 in.) 1,528 mm (60.2 in.) 145 mm (5.7 in.)

Seating capacity

Five (5)

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating

See the certification label attached to the driver’s doorjamb

(GVWR) ENGINE

Type

Water cooled, 4-stroke DOHC i-VTEC engine

Cylinder arrangement

Inline 4-cylinder, transverse

Bore and stroke

86 x 86 mm (3.39 x 3.39 in.)

Displacement

1,998 cm3 (122 cu in.)

Compression ratio

K20Z2

9.6

K20Z3

11.0

Valve train

Chain drive, DOHC i-VTEC 4 valves per cylinder

Lubrication system

Forced, wet sump, with trochoid pump

Fuel required

K20Z2

Regular UNLEADED gasoline 87 Pump Octane Number or

K20Z3

Premium UNLEADED gasoline 91 Pump Octane Number or

higher higher STARTER

CLUTCH

Type

Gear Reduction

Nominal output

1.6 kW

Nominal voltage

12 V

Hour rating

30 seconds

Direction of rotation

Clockwise as viewed from drive end

Type

Single plate dry, diaphragm spring

Clutch friction material surface area

174 cm2 (27 sq in.)

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Item

Measurement

MANUAL

Type

TRANSMISSION

Primary reduction

(5-speed)

Gear ratio

Final reduction MANUAL

Type

TRANSMISSION

Primary reduction

(6-speed)

Gear ratio

Final reduction AUTOMATIC

Qualification Direct 1:1 1st

1.880

3rd

1.212

4th

0.921

5th

0.738

Reverse

3.583

Type

Single helical gear

Gear ratio

4.839 Synchronized, six-speed forward, one reverse Direct 1:1

1st

2.130

3rd

1.517

4th

1.147

5th

0.921

6th

0.659

Reverse

3.583

Type

Single helical gear

Gear ratio

4.765

Type

Electronically-controlled automatic, five-speed forward, one reverse three-element torque converter with lock-up clutch

Gear ratio

Final reduction

Direct 1:1 1st

2.651

2nd

1.516

3rd

1.081

4th

0.772

5th

0.566

Reverse

2.000

Type

Single helical gear

Gear ratio

4.562

Type

Electrical power-assisted rack and pinion

Overall ratio

13.62

Turns, lock-to-lock

2.65

Steering wheel diameter

TIRES

3.267

2nd

Primary reduction

SUSPENSION

3.267

2nd

TRANSMISSION

STEERING

Specification Synchronized, five-speed forward, one reverse

360 mm (14.2 in.)

Type

Front Rear

Independent double wishbone with stabilizer, coil spring

Shock absorber

Front and rear

Telescopic, hydraulic, nitrogen gas-filled

Size of front and rear tires

Except TYPE S

P205/55R16 89H

(’06-08 models)

TYPE S

Size of front and rear tires

Independent strut with stabilizer, coil spring

P215/45R17 87V P215/45R17 87V

(’09 model) Size of spare tire (’06-07 models)

Except TYPE S TYPE S

Size of spare tire (’08-09 models)

T125/70D15 95M T135/80R16 101M T135/80R16 101M

(cont’d)

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Design Specifications Item WHEEL

Measurement Camber

ALIGNMENT

Qualification

Specification

Front

0 ° 00 ’

Rear

−1 ° 30 ’

(without ‘‘C’’ marks on the rear upper arm) Rear

−0° 45 ’

(with ‘‘C’’ marks on the rear upper arm) Caster

Front

Total toe-in

Front

0 mm (0 in.)

Rear

2 mm (0.08 in.)

Front wheel turning angle

7 ° 00 ’

Inward

38 ° 46 ’

Outward

31 ° 14 ’

(reference) BRAKES

Type of service brake

Front

Power-assisted self-adjusting ventilated disc

Rear

Power-assisted self-adjusting solid disc

Front

48.4 cm2 (7.50 sq in.) x 2

Type of parking brake Pad friction surface area

Mechanical actuating, rear wheels (except Type S)

AIR

Compressor

CONDITIONING

Front (Type S)

33.8 cm2 (5.24 sq in.) x 2

Rear

20.6 cm2 (3.19 sq in.) x 2

Type

Scroll

Capacity

77.1 mL (4.7 cu in.)/rev.

Maximum speed

10,000 rpm

Lubricant capacity

75 mL (2 1/2 fl·oz)

Lubricant type

SP-10

Condenser

Type

Corrugated fin

Evaporator

Type

Corrugated fin

Blower

Type

Stabilized swirling flow

Motor type

220 W/12 V

Speed control

Infinitely variable

Maximum capacity

485 m3 (17.100 cu ft)/h

Type

Dry, single plate, poly V-belt drive

Electrical power

42 W maximum at 12 V

Temperature control Compressor clutch

Air-mix type

consumption at 20 °C (68 °F) Refrigerant

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Type

HFC-134a (R-134a)

Capacity

400−450 g (14.1−15.9 oz)


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Item

Measurement

ELECTRICAL

Battery

RATINGS

Fuses

Qualification

Specification 12 V−47 Ah/20 HR (12 V−38 Ah/5 HR)

Under-hood

100 A, 80 A, 70 A, 50 A, 40 A, 30 A, 20 A, 15 A, 10 A, 7.5 A

fuse/relay box (’06-07 models) Under-hood

100 A, 70 A, 60 A, 50 A, 40 A, 30 A, 20 A, 15 A, 10 A, 7.5 A

fuse/relay box (’08-09 models) Under-dash

30 A, 20 A, 15 A, 10 A, 7.5 A

fuse/relay box Light bulbs

Headlight high

12 V−60 W (HB3)

beam Headlight low

12 V−51 W (HB4)

beam Headlight low

12 V−35 W (D2R)

beam (HID) Front turn signal

12 V−24/2.2 CP (Amber)

lights Front side marker

12 V−2 CP

lights Side turn signal

LED

lights Front parking lights

12 V−3 CP

Front fog lights

12 V−55 W (H11)

(TYPE S, PREMIUM (’08 model), TECH PKG) Rear turn signal

12 V−21 W (Amber)

lights Rear side marker

12 V−3 CP

lights Brake/taillights

12 V−21/5 W

Taillights

12 V−5 W

High mount brake

12 V−21 W

light (except TYPE S) High mount brake

LED

light (TYPE S) Back-up lights

12 V−16 W

License plate lights

12 V−5 W

Ceiling light

12 V−8 W

Trunk light

12 V−5 W

Front individual

12 V−8 W

map lights Gauge lights

LED

Indicator lights

LED

Ambient light

LED

Door courtesy

12 V−3.4 W

lights Vanity mirror lights

12 V−2 W

Glove box light

12 V−3.4 W

Footwell lights

LED

(TYPE S) Washer reservoir

Capacity

4.5 L (4.8 US qt)

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Design Specifications Body Specifications

1,435 mm (56.5 in.)

01

1,499 mm (59.0 in.) 1,752 mm (69.0 in.)

2,700 mm (106.3 in.) 4,544 mm (178.9 in.)

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Maintenance Lubricants and Fluids ....................................... 3-2 Maintenance Minder General Information ..................................................... 3-4 Maintenance Main Items ............................................. 3-7 Maintenance Sub Items ............................................... 3-8

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Lubricants and Fluids

For details of the lubrication points and the type of lubricants to be applied, refer to the illustrated index and the various work procedures (such as Assembly/Reassembly, Replacement, Overhaul, Installation, etc.) contained in each section. Application

Lubricant or Fluid

A

Engine

Acura Motor Oil: • K20Z2: P/N CA66808 (5W-20) • K20Z3: P/N CA66807 (5W-30) Look for the API certification seal on the oil container. Make sure it says ‘‘For Gasoline Engines.’’ SAE viscosity: See chart.

B

Manual transmission

Acura Manual Transmission Fluid (MTF): P/N 08798-9033C Always use Acura MTF. Using motor oil can cause stiffer shifting because it does not contain the proper additives.

Automatic transmission

Acura Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF-Z1): P/N CA66704 Always use Acura ATF-Z1. Using a non-Acura ATF can affect shift quality.

C D

Brake system (including VSA lines) Clutch system (manual transmission)

Honda DOT 3 Brake Fluid: P/N 08798-9008 Always use Honda DOT 3 Brake Fluid. Using a non-Honda brake fluid can cause corrosion and decrease the life of the system.

E F

Multipurpose Grease

G H I J K

Brake booster clevis pin Clutch master cylinder clevis pin (manual transmission) Release fork (manual transmission) Battery terminals Fuel fill door Trunk hinges Hood hinges and hood latch

L M

Shift cable ends (manual transmission) Caliper piston seal and boot, caliper pins and boots

Honda Silicone Grease: P/N 08C30-B0234M

N

Air conditioning compressor

Compressor Oil: SP-10 (P/N 38897-P13-A01AH) for refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a)

O

Cooling system

Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2: P/N CA66688

12 API CERTIFICATION SEAL

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13 Recommended Engine Oil Engine oil viscosity for ambient temperature ranges K20Z2

K20Z3

14

A

K

J

N

K

G B O H

L

M

C D

F E

M

I

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Maintenance Minder General Information Information Display The maintenance minder is an important feature of the information display. Based on engine and transmission operating conditions, the Acura CSX’s onboard computer (ECM/PCM) calculates the remaining engine oil and the automatic transmission fluid life. The system also displays the remaining engine oil life along with the code(s) for other scheduled maintenance items needing service. 22

MAINTENANCE MINDER INDICATOR

Driver’s Side Dashboard: 09

SEL/RESET BUTTON

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Service Information 1. The remaining engine oil life (A) is shown as a percentage on the information display. To see the current engine oil life, turn the ignition switch to ON (II), then push and release the SEL/RESET button repeatedly until the engine oil life displays.

3. When the ignition switch is ON (II), and the remaining engine oil life is 1 % to 5 %, the message ‘‘SERVICE’’ (A) is displayed along with engine oil life and the same maintenance item code(s). 15

10

A

A

2. When the ignition switch is ON (II), and the remaining engine oil life is 6 % to 15 %, the remaining engine oil life (A) and other scheduled maintenance item(s) needing service are displayed. The maintenance minder indicator (B) also comes on when the engine oil life is 15 % or less. To cancel the display and the indicator, press SEL/ RESET button. • Complete list of maintenance main items (C) (see page 3-7). • Complete list of maintenance sub items (D) (see page 3-8). 11

C

D

A

4. When the ignition switch is ON (II), and the remaining engine oil life is 0 %, the engine oil life indicator (A) blinks. Pressing SEL/RESET button cancels the display, but the maintenance minder indicator stays on. 12

A

5. If the indicated maintenance is not done, the engine oil life indicator shows a negative mileage, for example ‘‘−10,’’ on the display. If the negative mileage is between 0 and −9, the indicator is displayed for only a few seconds when the ignition switch is turned to ON (II). The negative mileage remains displayed after the vehicle is driven more than 10 km after 0 % oil life is reached, and the display cannot be canceled. This means the indicated maintenance item(s) should have been done more than 10 km ago. 13

B

(cont’d)

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Maintenance Minder General Information (cont’d) Resetting Maintenance Information Display NOTE: • The vehicle must be stopped to reset the display. • If a required service is done and the display is not reset, or the maintenance display is reset without doing the service, the system will not show the proper maintenance timing. This can lead to serious mechanical problems because there will be no accurate record of when the required maintenance is needed. • The engine oil life and the maintenance item(s) can be only reset independently with the HDS.

Resetting Individual Maintenance Items 1. Connect the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 3. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the engine control module/powertrain control module (ECM/PCM). If it doesn’t communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-6). 4. Select GAUGES in the BODY ELECTRICAL with the HDS.

1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 5. Select ADJUSTMENT in the GAUGES with the HDS. 2. Push and release the SEL/RESET button repeatedly until the engine oil life indicator is displayed. 3. Press and hold the SEL/RESET button for about 10 seconds. The engine oil life indicator and the maintenance item code(s) will blink, then release the button. NOTE: If you are resetting the display when the engine oil life is more than 15 %, make sure the maintenance item(s) requiring service are done before resetting the display. 4. Press and hold the SEL/RESET button for another 5 seconds. The maintenance item code(s) will disappear, and the engine oil life will reset to ‘‘100’’. 14

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6. Select SERVICE REMINDER in the ADJUSTMENT with the HDS. 7. Select RESET in the SERVICE REMINDER with the HDS. 8. Select the individual maintenance item you wish to reset.


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Maintenance Main Items If the message ‘‘SERVICE’’ does not appear more than 12 months after the display is reset, change the engine oil every year. NOTE: • Replace the brake fluid every 3 years independent of the maintenance messages in the information display. • Inspect idle speed every 160,000 miles (256,000 km). • Adjust the valves during services A, B, 1, 2 or 3, only if they are noisy. Symbol Maintenance Main Items A Replace engine oil (see page 8-10). Engine oil capacity without oil filter: • K20Z2: 4.0 L (4.2 US qt) • K20Z3: 4.2 L (4.4 US qt) B Replace engine oil and oil filter (see page 8-11). Engine oil capacity with oil filter: • K20Z2: 4.2 L (4.4 US qt) • K20Z3: 4.4 L (4.6 US qt) Check front and rear brakes (see page 19-3). • Check pad and disc for wear (thickness), damage, and cracks. • Check calipers for damage, leaks, and tightness of mounting bolts. Check parking brake adjustment (see page 19-7). Check the number of clicks (8 to 10) when the parking brake lever is pulled with 196 N (20 kgf, 44 lbf) of force. Inspect tie-rod ends, steering gearbox, and gearbox boots (see page 17-5). • Check steering linkage. • Check boots for damage and leaking grease. • Check fluid lines for damage and leaks. Inspect suspension components (see page 18-3). • Check bolts for tightness. • Check condition of ball joint boots for deterioration and damage. Inspect driveshaft boots (see page 16-4). Check boots for cracks and boot bands for tightness. Inspect brake hoses and lines including VSA lines (see page 19-37). Check the master cylinder and VSA modulator-control unit for damage or leakage. Inspect all fluid levels and condition of fluids. • Engine coolant (see page 10-7) • Automatic transmission fluid (ATF-Z1) (see page 14-231) • Manual transmission fluid (MTF) 5M/T (see page 13-5), 6M/T (see page 13-82) • Clutch fluid (see page 12-7) • Brake fluid (see page 19-9) • Windshield washer fluid (see page 22-234) Inspect exhaust system: K20Z2 (see page 9-13), K20Z3 (see page 9-14) Check catalytic converter heat shields, exhaust pipes, and muffler for damage, leaks, and tightness. Inspect fuel lines (see page 11-326) and connections (see page 11-328). Check for loose connections, cracks, and deterioration; retighten loose connections and replace damaged parts. NOTE: According to state and federal regulations, failure to do the maintenance items marked with an asterisk ( ) will not void the client’s emissions warranties. However, Acura recommends that all maintenance services be done at the recommended interval, to ensure long-term reliability.

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Maintenance Minder Maintenance Sub Items Number 1 2

3

4

5

Maintenance Sub Items Rotate tires, and check tire inflation and condition. Follow the pattern shown in the Owner’s Manual. Replace air cleaner element (see page 11-346). Replace every 15,000 miles (24,000 km) if the vehicle is driven in dusty conditions. Replace dust and pollen filter (see page 21-75). • If the vehicle is driven mostly in urban areas that have high concentrations of dust, pollen, or soot in the air, replace every 15,000 miles (24,000 km). • Replace the filter whenever airflow from the heating and air conditioning system is less than normal. Inspect drive belt (see page 4-30). Look for cracks and damage, then check the position of the drive belt auto-tensioner indicator. Replace automatic transmission fluid (see page 14-232). Capacity: 2.9 L (3.1 US qt); use Acura ATF-Z1. Replace manual transmission fluid. 5M/T (see page 13-5), 6M/T (see page 13-82) Capacity: 1.5 L (1.6 US qt); use Acura MTF. Replace spark plugs (see page 4-21). • K20Z2: Use SKJ20DR-M11 (DENSO). • K20Z3: Use SK22PR-M11S (DENSO). Inspect valve clearance (cold). • K20Z2 (see page 6-12) Intake: 0.21−0.25 mm (0.008−0.010 in.), Exhaust: 0.28−0.32 mm (0.011−0.013 in.) • K20Z3 (see page 6-14) Intake: 0.21−0.25 mm (0.008−0.010 in.), Exhaust: 0.25−0.29 mm (0.010−0.011 in.) Replace engine coolant (see page 10-8). Capacity (including the reservoir): • K20Z2: M/T 4.3 L (1.14 US gal), A/T 4.2 L (1.11 US gal) • K20Z3: 4.5 L (1.19 US gal) Use Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2.

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Engine Electrical Engine Electrical Special Tools ............................ 4-2

Starting System Component Location Index .... Symptom Troubleshooting Index ...................................... Circuit Diagram ........................ Starter System Circuit Troubleshooting ................... Clutch Interlock Switch Test ... Starter Performance Test ........ Starter Removal and Installation ............................ Starter Overhaul ......................

4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-13

Ignition System Component Location Index .... Circuit Diagram ........................ Ignition Timing Inspection ...... Ignition Coil Removal/ Installation ............................ Spark Plug Inspection ..............

4-18 4-19 4-20

Charging System Indicator Circuit Troubleshooting ....... 4-26 Alternator and Regulator Circuit Troubleshooting ................... 4-28 Alternator Control Circuit Troubleshooting ................... 4-29 Drive Belt Inspection ............... 4-30 Drive Belt Replacement ........... 4-31 Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Inspection ............................. 4-31 Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Removal/Installation ............ 4-32 Tensioner Pulley Replacement ......................... 4-33 Idler Pulley Replacement ........ 4-34 Alternator Removal and Installation ............................ 4-34 Alternator Overhaul ................. 4-38

Cruise Control 4-21 4-21

Charging System Component Location Index .... 4-23 Symptom Troubleshooting Index ...................................... 4-24 Circuit Diagram ........................ 4-25

Component Location Index .... Symptom Troubleshooting Index ...................................... Circuit Diagram ........................ Cruise Control Input Test ........ Cruise Control Combination Switch Test/Replacement .... Clutch Pedal Position Switch Test ........................................

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Engine Electrical Special Tools Ref. No.

Tool Number 07746-0010300 07749-0010000

01 01

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Description Attachment, 42 x 47 mm Driver

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Starting System Component Location Index *01

UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX

STARTER CUT RELAY Test, page 22-70

CLUTCH INTERLOCK SWITCH (M/T model) Test, page 4-8

*02

BATTERY Test, page 22-67 STARTER Starter System Circuit Troubleshooting, page 4-6 Performance Test, page 4-9 Removal and Installation, page 4-10 Overhaul, page 4-13

TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH (A/T model) Test, page 14-265 Replacement, page 14-267

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Starting System Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Engine does not start (does not crank)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Engine cranks, but does not start

7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Engine is hard to start

Engine cranks slowly

1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Diagnostic procedure Check for loose battery terminals or connections. Test the battery for a low state of charge (see page 22-67). Check the starter (see page 4-6). Check the starter cut relay (see page 22-70). Check the clutch interlock switch (M/T model) (see page 4-8). Check the transmission range switch (A/T model) (see page 14-265). Check the ignition switch or wire (see page 22-72). Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check for IMMOBI status and function (see page 22-325). Check the fuel pressure (see page 11-325). Check for a plugged or damaged fuel line (see page 11-326). Check for a plugged fuel filter (see page 11-337). Check the throttle body (see page 11-343). Check for low engine compression (see page 6-7). Check for a damage or broken cam chain (see page 6-21). Do the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM) reset in the PGM-FI INSPECTION menu to cancel the ALL INJECTORS STOP with the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS). Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check the fuel pressure (see page 11-325). Check for a plugged or damaged fuel line (see page 11-326). Check for a plugged fuel filter (see page 11-337). Check for loose battery terminals or connections. Test the battery for a low state of charge (see page 22-67). Check the starter for binding (see page 4-13). Check for excessive drag in the engine.

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Also check for Poor ground at G101 (A/T model) or G401 (M/T model)

• Empty fuel tank • Weak or fouled spark plugs

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Circuit Diagram *01 UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX BATTERY

No. 1 (100 A)

No. 2 (50 A)

IGNITION SWITCH H1

3

BAT

WHT

ST ST HOT in START (III)

1 YEL C1

2

3 STARTER CUT RELAY

WHT

1

4

G9

F29

UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX

RED 1 C102 BLK/WHT

ORN

ORN

19 C101 20 B

S

BLU/WHT

1

2

CLUTCH INTERLOCK SWITCH (ON: Pedal pressed)

7 TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH (ON: P, N position) 1

STARTER

BLK

BLK

G401

G101 (M/T model)

(A/T model)

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Starting System Starter System Circuit Troubleshooting Special Tools Required Alternator, Regulator, Battery & Starter tester OTC3131 Available through the Honda Canada Inc. Technical Tools Department; FAX # 866-398-8665/e-mail: ch_technicaltools@ch.honda.com NOTE: • Air temperature must be within 15−38 °C (59−100 °F) during this procedure. • After this inspection, you must reset the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). Otherwise, the ECM/PCM will continue to stop the fuel injectors from operating. • The battery must be in good condition and fully charged. 1. Connect the alternator, regulator, battery & starter tester (OTC3131) to the battery as shown.

3. Connect the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 4. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 5. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the ECM/PCM. If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204). 6. Select ALL INJECTORS STOP in the PGM-FI INSPECTION menu with the HDS. 7. Set the parking brake, then with the shift lever in N or P (A/T model) or the clutch pedal pressed (M/T model), turn the ignition switch to START (III).

Does the starter crank the engine normally? YES−The starting system is OK. Go to step 14.

NOTE: The probe is not used for battery testing. *01

OTC3131

NO−Go to step 8. 8. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). 9. Check the electrical connections at the battery, the negative battery cable to the body, the engine ground cables, and the starter for looseness and corrosion. Then try cranking the engine again.

Does the starter crank the engine normally? YES−Repairing the loose connection corrected the problem. The starting system is OK. Go to step 14. NO−Based on the following symptoms, take the appropriate action: 2. Do the BATTERY TEST.

Does the display indicate GOOD or GOOD, LOW CHARGE? YES−The battery is OK. Go to step 3. NO−If the display indicates BAD BATTERY, replace the battery, then retest. If the display indicates CHARGE & RETEST, charge the battery, then retest.

• If the starter does not crank the engine at all, go to step 10. • If the starter cranks the engine erratically or too slowly, go to step 12. • If the starter does not disengage from the flywheel ring gear (M/T model) or torque converter ring gear (A/T model) when you release the key, replace the starter, or remove and disassemble it, and check for the following: – Starter solenoid and switch malfunction – Dirty drive gear or damaged overrunning clutch

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10. Make sure the shift lever is in N or P (A/T model) or neutral (M/T model), then disconnect the engine wire harness 1P connector (A). Connect a jumper wire from the battery positive terminal to the starter subharness 1P connector (B).

11. Check the following items in the order listed until you find the problem circuit: NOTE: After the open circuit or high resistance in the circuit is found and repaired, go to step 14.

02

A

B

Does the starter crank the engine? YES−Go to step 11.

• Check for an open or short in the YEL wire and connectors between the driver’s under-dash fuse/relay box and the ignition switch. • Check for an open or short in the RED wire and connectors between the under-dash fuse/relay box and the engine wire harness 1P connector. • Check for an open or short in the ORN wire and connectors between the under-dash fuse/relay box and the clutch interlock switch (M/T model). • Check for an open or short in the ORN wire, BLU/ WHT wire and connectors between the underdash fuse/relay box and the transmission range switch (A/T model). • Check for poor ground at G401 (M/T model) or G101 (A/T model). • Check for a faulty ignition switch (see page 22-72). • Check for a faulty clutch interlock switch (M/T model) (see page 4-8). • Check for a faulty transmission range switch (A/T model) (see page 14-265). • Check for a faulty starter cut relay (see page 22-70).

NO−Check the starter subharness. If the wire is OK, remove the starter (see page 4-10), then repair or replace (see page 4-13) it as necessary.

(cont’d)

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Starting System Starter System Circuit Troubleshooting (cont’d)

Clutch Interlock Switch Test M/T model

12. Do the STARTING TEST with the alternator, regulator battery & starter tester.

1. Disconnect the clutch interlock switch 2P connector (A).

*02

01

A

NOTE: The probe is used for starter testing. OTC3131

Terminal side of male terminals B

Does the display indicate cranking voltage greater than or equal to 8.5 V and the current draw less than or equal to 380 A?

2. Remove the clutch interlock switch (B). 3. Check for continuity between the terminals according to the table.

YES−Go to step 13. NO−Replace the starter, or remove and disassemble it, and check for these problems: • • • • • • • •

Drag in the starter armature Short in the armature winding Excessive drag in the engine Open circuit in starter armature commutator segments Excessively worn starter brushes Open circuit in the starter brushes Dirty or damaged helical splines or drive gear Faulty overrunning clutch

• If the continuity is not as specified, replace the clutch interlock switch (see page 12-8). • If OK, install the clutch interlock switch, and adjust the pedal height (see page 12-8). 01 Terminal Position

1

2

Clutch Interlock Switch (PRESSED) Clutch Interlock Switch (RELEASED)

13. Remove the starter, and inspect its drive gear and the flywheel ring gear (M/T model) or the torque converter ring gear (A/T model) for damage. Replace any damaged parts. 14. Select ECM/PCM reset (see page 11-4) in the PGMFI INSPECTION menu to cancel ALL INJECTORS STOP with the HDS.

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Starter Performance Test 1. Remove the starter (see page 4-10).

5. Firmly clamp the starter in a vise.

2. Make the connections for this test using the thickest (gauge) wire possible (preferably the same gauge as used on the vehicle).

6. Connect the starter to the battery as shown, and confirm that the motor runs. *03 B

NOTE: To avoid damaging the starter, never leave the battery connected for more than 10 seconds.

S

*01 B S

STARTER

STARTER

7. If the electric current meets the specification when the battery voltage is at 11.5 V, the starter is working properly. 3. Connect the battery as shown, and check for continuity between the B terminal and the starter body. If there is continuity, it is working properly.

Specification Electric Current: 80 A or less

4. Disconnect the battery from the starter body, and check for continuity between the B terminal and the starter body. If there is no continuity, it is working properly. *02 B S

STARTER

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Starting System Starter Removal and Installation Removal 1. Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure (see page 22-68).

3. Remove the intake manifold bracket. K20Z2 engine 02

2. Remove the splash shield. 01

K20Z3 engine 01

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4. Remove the harness clamp (A), then the two bolts (B) securing the starter, then remove the starter from the engine. *01

Installation 1. Install the harness clamp (A).

B

*02

8 x 1.25 mm 9 N·m (0.9 kgf·m, 7 lbf·ft) C

A

B

A

5. Disconnect the positive starter cable (A) and the S terminal connector (B). 04

B

A

C

2. Connect the positive starter cable (B) and S terminal connector (C). Make sure the starter cable crimped side of the ring terminal faces away from the starter when you connect it. 3. Install the starter, and tighten the two bolts, then install the harness clamp (A). *03

10 x 1.25 mm 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 33 lbf·ft) 10 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft)

6. Remove the harness clamp (C), then remove the starter.

A

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Starting System Starter Removal and Installation (cont’d) 4. Install the intake manifold bracket.

5. Install the splash shield. 08

K20Z2 engine 07

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

6. Do the battery terminal reconnection procedure (see page 22-68).

K20Z3 engine 02

7. Start the engine to make sure the starter works properly.

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

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Starter Overhaul Disassembly/Reassembly *01

RING GEAR HOLDER SWITCH PLUNGER GEAR PLUNGER GEAR COVER ASSEMBLY

PUSH NUT BRUSH HOLDER

BRUSH SPRING CONTACT SPRING SWITCH SHAFT MOVING CONTACT

END COVER

DRIVE PLATE PLANETARY GEARS

Apply molybdenum disulfide.

ARMATURE HOUSING ARMATURE Apply molybdenum disulfide.

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Starting System Starter Overhaul (cont’d) 5. Check the commutator diameter. If the diameter is below the service limit, replace the armature.

Armature Inspection and Test 1. Remove the starter (see page 4-10). 2. Disassemble the starter as shown at the beginning of this procedure.

Commutator Diameter Standard (New): 28.0−28.1 mm (1.102−1.106 in.) Service Limit: 27.5 mm (1.083 in.) 04

3. Inspect the armature for wear or damage from contact with the permanent magnet. If there is wear or damage, replace the armature. 02

6. Measure the commutator (A) runout.

4. Check the commutator (A) surface. If the surface is dirty or burnt, resurface it with an emery cloth or a lathe to the specifications in step 5, or recondition with #500 or #600 sandpaper (B). 03

• If the commutator runout is within the service limit, check the commutator for carbon dust or brass chips between the segments. • If the commutator runout is not within the service limit, replace the armature. Commutator Runout Standard (New): 0.02 mm (0.0008 in.) max. Service Limit: 0.05 mm (0.002 in.)

A

01

A

B

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7. Check the mica depth (A). If the mica is too high (B), undercut the mica with a hacksaw blade to the proper depth. Cut away all the mica (C) between the commutator segments. The undercut should not be too shallow, too narrow, or V-shaped (D).

9. Place the armature (A) on an armature tester (B). Hold a hacksaw blade (C) on the armature core. If the blade is attracted to the core or vibrates while the core is turned, the armature is shorted. Replace the armature. 08

Commutator Mica Depth Standard (New): 0.40−0.50 mm (0.016−0.020 in.) Service Limit: 0.15 mm (0.006 in.)

C B

06 B

D

C

A

A

8. Use an ohmmeter to check for continuity between the segments of the commutator. If there is an open circuit between any of the segments, replace the armature.

10. Use an ohmmeter check for continuity between the commutator (A) and the armature coil core (B), and the between the commutator and the armature shaft (C). If there is continuity, replace the armature. 09

07

A C

B

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Starting System Starter Overhaul (cont’d) Starter Brush Inspection

Planetary Gear Inspection

11. Measure the brush length. If it is shorter than the service limit, replace the brush holder assembly.

13. Check the planetary gears (A) and the internal ring gear (B). Replace them if they are worn or damaged. 04

Brush Length Standard (New): 11.1−11.5 mm (0.44−0.45 in.) Service Limit: 4.3 mm (0.17 in.)

B

*02

A

Starter Brush Holder Test 12. Check for continuity between the (+) brushes (A) and the (−) brushes (B). If there is continuity, replace the brush holder assembly. 03

A

B

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13

Overrunning Clutch Inspection

Starter Reassembly

14. While holding the drive gear (A), turn the gear shaft (B) counterclockwise. Check that the drive gear comes out to the other end. If the drive gear does not move smoothly, replace the gear cover assembly.

17. Install the brush into the brush holder, and set the armature (A) in the brush holder (B).

B

NOTE: To seat the new brushes, slip a strip of #500 or #600 sandpaper, with the grit side up, between the commutator and each brush, and smoothly turn the armature. The contact surface of the brushes will be sanded to the same contour as the commutator. 14

A E D

A

15. While holding the drive gear, turn the gear shaft clockwise. The gear shaft should turn freely. If the gear shaft does not turn freely, replace the gear cover assembly. 16. If the drive gear is worn or damaged, replace the overrunning clutch assembly; the gear is not available separately. Check the condition of the flywheel ring gear (M/T model), or the torque converter ring gear (A/T model) to see if the starter drive gear teeth are damaged.

F C

B

18. While squeezing a spring (C), insert it in the hole on the brush holder, and push it until it bottoms. Repeat this for the other three springs (D, E, and F). 19. Install the armature and the brush holder assembly into the housing. NOTE: Make sure the armature stays in the holder.

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Ignition System Component Location Index

*01

UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX

IGNITION COIL RELAY Test, page 22-70

SPARK PLUG Inspection, page 4-21

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Circuit Diagram *01 UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX BATTERY

No. 18 (15 A) 4

2

IGNITION COIL RELAY 3

1

F9

E7

ECM/PCM BLU 5V 23 GRN IGPLS4

IGPLS3

C18

IGPLS2

C17

BRN

C16

WHT/BLU

BLK/WHT 1

BLU/RED

1

C15

A6

BLK/WHT

3

1

ICM

ICM

MRLY

C101 16 BLK/WHT

YEL/GRN

BLK/WHT

3

IGPLS1

BLK/WHT 1

3

3

ICM

ICM

IGNITION COILS

2

No. 4 BLK

2 BLK

No. 3

2 BLK

No. 2

2

No. 1

BLK

SPARK PLUGS

G101 ICM: Ignition Conotrol Module

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Ignition System Ignition Timing Inspection 1. Connect the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 3. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204). 4. Check for DTCs (see page 11-3). If a DTC is present, diagnose and repair the cause before continuing with this test.

9. Aim the light toward the pointer (A) on the cam chain case. Check the ignition timing under a no load condition (headlights, blower fan, rear window defogger, and air conditioner are turned off). Ignition Timing M/T model: 8 ° ±2 ° BTDC (RED mark (B)) at idle in neutral A/T model: 8 ° ±2 ° BTDC (RED mark (B)) at idle in N or P 02

A

5. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm with no load (in N or P (A/T model) or neutral (M/T model)) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 6. Check the idle speed (see page 11-309). 7. Jump the SCS line with the HDS. 8. Connect the timing light to the service loop (white tape). 01

B

10. If the ignition timing differs from the specification, check the cam timing. If the cam timing is OK, update the ECM/PCM if it does not have the latest software (see page 11-227), or substitute a knowngood ECM/PCM (see page 11-7), then recheck. If the system work properly, and the ECM/PCM was substituted, replace the original ECM/PCM (see page 11-228). 11. Disconnect the HDS and the timing light.

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Ignition Coil Removal/Installation

1. Remove the spark plugs, then inspect the electrodes and the ceramic insulator.

1. Remove the ignition coil cover (A). *01

6 x 1.0 mm 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.2 lbf·ft)

• Burned or worn electrodes may be caused by these conditions: – Advanced ignition timing – Loose spark plug – Plug heat range too hot – Insufficient cooling

A

C

Spark Plug Inspection

6 x 1.0 mm 12 N·m (1.2 kgf·m, 8.7 lbf·ft)

B

• Fouled plugs may be caused by these conditions: – Retarded ignition timing – Oil in combustion chamber – Incorrect spark plug gap – Plug heat range too cold – Excessive idling/low speed running – Clogged air cleaner element – Deteriorated ignition coils 01

Worn or deformed electrodes

Damaged gasket

2. Disconnect the ignition coil connectors (B), then remove the ignition coils (C). 3. Install the ignition coils in the reverse order of removal.

• Improper gap • Oil-fouling • Carbon deposits • Cracked center electrode insulator

Cracked insulator

2. If the spark plug electrode is dirty or contaminated, clean the electrode with a plug cleaner. NOTE: • Do not use a wire brush or scrape the iridium electrode since this will damage the electrode. • When using a sand blaster spark plug cleaner, do not clean for more than 20 seconds to avoid damaging the electrode.

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Ignition System Spark Plug Inspection (cont’d) 3. Replace the plug at the specified interval or if the center electrode (A) is rounded, or if the spark plug gap (B) is out of specification. Use only the listed spark plugs. NOTE: Do not adjust the gap of iridium tip plugs. Spark Plugs K20Z2 engine DENSO: SKJ20DR-M11 K20Z3 engine DENSO: SK22PR-M11S Electrode Gap Standard(New): 1.0−1.1 mm (0.039−0.043 in.) 02 A

B

4. Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the plug threads, and screw the plugs into the cylinder head, finger-tight. Torque them to 18 N·m (1.8 kgf·m, 13 lbf·ft).

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Charging System Component Location Index *01

CHARGING SYSTEM INDICATOR (In the gauge control module (tach))

UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX (Has built-in ELECTRICAL LOAD DETECTOR (ELD))

IDLER PULLEY Replacement, page 4-34

DRIVE BELT AUTO-TENSIONER Inspection, page 4-31 Removal/Installation, page 4-32 Tensioner Pulley Replacement, page 4-33

BATTERY Test, page 22-67

ALTERNATOR Removal and Installation, page 4-34 Overhaul, page 4-38 DRIVE BELT Inspection, page 4-30 Replacement, page 4-31

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Charging System Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Charging system indicator does not come on with the ignition switch in ON (II) Charging system indicator stays on

Battery discharged

Diagnostic procedure Troubleshoot the charging system indicator circuit (see page 4-26).

1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Battery overcharged

1. 2.

Troubleshoot the charging system indicator circuit (see page 4-26). Check for a broken drive belt (see page 4-30). Check the drive belt auto-tensioner (see page 4-31). Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check for a poor connection at the battery terminal. Check for a broken drive belt (see page 4-30). Test the battery (see page 22-67). Troubleshoot the alternator and regulator circuit (see page 4-28). Check the drive belt auto-tensioner (see page 4-31). Check for excessive parasitic electrical current draw with the ignition switch to LOCK (0), and the key removed. The multiplex control unit may take up to 10 minutes to turn off (sleep mode) for same models. Test the battery (see page 22-67). Troubleshoot the alternator and regulator circuit (see page 4-28).

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Circuit Diagram *01 UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX BATTERY

IGNITION SWITCH No. 2 (50 A)

No. 1 (100 A)

H1

BAT

3

6

WHT

BLU IG1

UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX

D2

IG1 HOT in ON (II) and START (III)

ELD No. 3 (10 A)

A1

No. 10 (7.5 A)

YEL Q9

F5 GAUGE CONTROL MODULE (TACH) A2

A3

YEL

BRN

1 CANH 17 CANL

19

BLK

CPU

DRIVER

ORN WHT

ECM/PCM

RED

CHARGING SYSTEM INDICATOR

A36

A37

CANH

CANL

5V YEL A23

ELD

G301

22

BLK B

ALTF

ALTL

ALTC

B43

B42

B41

17

WHT/RED

WHT/BLU

WHT/GRN

BLK/YEL

C101

4

3

2

1

FR

L

C

IG

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

RECTIFIER ALTERNATOR

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Charging System Charging System Indicator Circuit Troubleshooting NOTE: Check for stored DTCs in the PGM-FI before troubleshooting the charging system indicator. 1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

Does the charging system indicator come on? YES−Go to step 2. NO−Go to step 14. 2. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 2,000 rpm for 1 minute.

7. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). 8. Connect the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 9. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 10. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204). 11. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0).

Does the charging system indicator go of f ? YES−Charging system indicator circuit is OK. Go to the alternator and regulator circuit troubleshooting (see page 4-28). NO−Go to step 3. 3. Do the gauge control module self-diagnostic function procedure (see page 22-241).

NOTE: This step must be done to protect the ECM/ PCM from damage. 12. Disconnect ECM/PCM connector B (44P). 13. Check for continuity between ECM/PCM connector terminal B42 and body ground. ECM/PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)

Does the charging system indicator f lash? YES−Go to step 4. NO−Replace the gauge control module (tach) (see page 22-277).

ALT L (WHT/BLU)

4. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). 5. Disconnect the alternator 4P connector. Terminal side of female terminals

6. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

Is there continuity? Does the charging system indicator go of f ? YES−Replace the alternator (see page 4-34), or repair the alternator (see page 4-38). NO−Go to step 7.

YES−Repair short to ground in the wire between alternator 4P connector terminal No. 3 and ECM/ PCM connector terminal B42. NO−Update the ECM/PCM if it does not have the latest software (see page 11-227), or substitute a known-good ECM/PCM (see page 11-7), then recheck. If the symptom/indication goes away with a known-good ECM/PCM, replace the original ECM/ PCM (see page 11-228).

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14. Do the gauge control module self-diagnostic function procedure (see page 22-241).

20. Connect the HDS to the DLC (see step 2 on page 11-3).

Does the charging system indicator f lash?

21. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

YES−Go to step 15.

22. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the ECM/PCM. If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204).

NO−Replace the gauge control module (tach) (see page 22-277). 15. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). 16. Disconnect the alternator 4P connector. 17. Connect alternator 4P connector terminal No. 3 and body ground with a jumper wire.

23. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). NOTE: This step must be done to protect the ECM/ PCM from damage. 24. Disconnect ECM/PCM connector B (44P).

*01 ALTERNATOR 4P CONNECTOR

L (WHT/BLU)

25. Check for continuity between ECM/PCM connector terminal B42 and alternator 4P connector terminal No. 3. *02

ECM/PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) Terminal side of female terminals

JUMPER WIER

Wire side of female terminals

ALT L (WHT/BLU)

18. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

L (WHT/BLU)

Does the charging system indicator come on? YES−Replace the alternator (see page 4-34), or repair the alternator (see page 4-38). NO−Disconnect the jumper wire, then go to step 19. 19. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0).

ALTERNATOR 4P CONNECTOR

Wire side of female terminals

Is there continuity? YES−Update the ECM/PCM if it does not have the latest software (see page 11-227), or substitute a known-good ECM/PCM (see page 11-7), then recheck. If the symptom/indication goes away with a known-good ECM/PCM, replace the original ECM/ PCM (see page 11-228). NO−Repair open in the wire between alternator 4P connector terminal No. 3 and ECM/PCM connector terminal B42.

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Charging System Alternator and Regulator Circuit Troubleshooting Special Tools Required Alternator, Regulator, Battery & Starter tester OTC3131 Available through the Honda Canada Inc. Technical Tools Department; FAX # 866-398-8665/e-mail: ch_technicaltools@ch.honda.com 1. Make sure the battery connections are good and the battery is sufficiently charged. 2. Connect the alternator, regulator, battery & starter tester (OTC3131) to the battery as shown. *01

OTC3131

5. Check the diode condition on the display.

Does the display indicate GOOD? YES−The diode is OK. Troubleshooting is complete. NO−If the display indicates BAD, replace the alternator (see page 4-34) or repair the alternator (see page 4-38), then retest. NOTE: If the display indicates N/A, the diode pattern could not be diagnosed. Repeat the test again. If test is complete, use multimeter to perform further pinpoint testing, then retest.

3. Start the engine. Hold the engine speed at 3,000 rpm with no load (in N or P (A/T model) or neutral (M/T model)) until the radiator fan comes on, then let it idle. 4. Do the CHARGING SYSTEM TEST.

Does the display indicate the voltage is within 13.5 −15.1 V the amperage is 87 .5 A or more? YES−Go to step 5. NO−If the voltage is less than 13.5 V, go to alternator control circuit troubleshooting (see page 4-29). If the voltage is over 15.1 V and amperage is less than 87.5 A, replace the alternator (see page 4-34) or repair the alternator (see page 4-38).

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Alternator Control Circuit Troubleshooting 1. Connect the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

10. Check for continuity between ECM/PCM connector terminal B41 and body ground. 02

ECM/PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)

3. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204). 4. Check for DTCs (see page 11-3). If a DTC is present, diagnose and repair the cause before continuing with this test.

ALT C (WHT/GRN)

5. Disconnect the alternator 4P connector. Terminal side of female terminals

6. Start the engine, and turn on the headlights to high beam.

Is there continuity?

7. Measure the voltage between alternator 4P connector terminal No. 2 and the positive terminal of the battery.

YES−Repair short to ground in the wire between alternator 4P connector terminal No. 2 and ECM/ PCM connector terminal B41.

01 NO−Update the ECM/PCM if it does not have the latest software (see page 11-227), or substitute a known-good ECM/PCM (see page 11-7), then recheck. If the symptom/indication goes away with a known-good ECM/PCM, replace the original ECM/ PCM (see page 11-228).

BATTERY

C (WHT/GRN) ALTERNATOR 4P CONNECTOR

Wire side of female terminals

11. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). NOTE: This step must be done to protect the ECM/ PCM from damage. 12. Disconnect ECM/PCM connector B (44P).

Is there 1 V or less? YES−Go to step 11. NO−Go to step 8. 8. Jump the SCS line with the HDS, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). NOTE: This step must be done to protect the ECM/ PCM from damage. 9. Disconnect ECM/PCM connector B (44P).

(cont’d)

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Charging System Alternator Control Circuit Troubleshooting (cont’d)

Drive Belt Inspection 1. Inspect the belt for cracks or damage. If the belt is cracked or damaged, replace it (see page 4-31).

13. Check for continuity between ECM/PCM connector terminal B41 and alternator 4P connector terminal No. 2. 03

ECM/PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)

2. Check the position of the auto-tensioner indicator (A) is within the standard range (B) as shown. If it is out of the standard range, replace the drive belt (see page 4-31).

Terminal side of female terminals

A

ALT C (WHT/GRN) B

C (WHT/GRN) ALTERNATOR 4P CONNECTOR

Wire side of female terminals

Is there continuity? YES−Replace the alternator (see page 4-34), or repair the alternator (see page 4-38). NO−Repair open in the wire between alternator 4P connector terminal No. 2 and ECM/PCM connector terminal B41.

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Drive Belt Replacement

Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Inspection

Special Tools Required Belt tension release tool Snap-on YA9317 or equivalent, commercially available 1. Move the auto-tensioner (A) using the belt tension release tool to relieve tension from the drive belt (B), then remove the drive belt. *01

YA9317

B

Special Tools Required Belt tension release tool Snap-on YA9317 or equivalent, commercially available 1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II), and make sure the A/C switch is OFF, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0). 2. Check the position of the auto-tensioner indicator’s pointer (A). Start the engine then check the position again with the engine idling. If the position of the indicator moves or fluctuates very much, replace the auto-tensioner (see page 4-32). 01

A

A

2. Install the new drive belt in the reverse order of removal. 3. Check for abnormal noise from the tensioner pulley. If you hear abnormal noise, replace the tensioner pulley (see page 4-33). 4. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31). 5. Move the auto-tensioner within its limit using the belt tension release tool in the direction shown. Check that the tensioner moves smoothly and without any abnormal noise. If the tensioner does not move smoothly, or you hear abnormal noise, replace the auto-tensioner (see page 4-32). 02

YA9317

(cont’d)

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Charging System Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Inspection (cont’d)

Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Removal/ Installation

6. Remove the auto-tensioner (see page 4-32).

1. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31).

7. Clamp the auto-tensioner (A) by using two 8 mm bolts (B) and a vise (C) as shown. Do not clamp the auto-tensioner itself.

2. Remove the idler pulley base. 6 x 1.0 mm 12 N·m (1.2 kgf·m, 8.7 lbf·ft)

03

01

A

B

C

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

F

E

04 30 °

30 °

3. Remove the pulley bolt (A), then remove the tensioner pulley (B). 02

D

8. Set the torque wrench (D) on the pulley bolt, and align it as shown. 9. Align the indicator’s pointer (E) on the tensioner base with center mark (F) on the tensioner arm by using the torque wrench, and measure the torque. If the torque value is out of specification, replace the auto-tensioner.

B A 10 x 1.25 mm 56 N·m (5.7 kgf·m, 41 lbf·ft)

NOTE: If the indicator exceeds the center mark, recheck the torque. Auto-tensioner Spring Torque: 32.5−39.7 N·m (3.31−4.05 kgf·m, 23.9−29.3 lbf·ft)

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Charging System Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Inspection (cont’d)

Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Removal/ Installation

6. Remove the auto-tensioner (see page 4-32).

1. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31).

7. Clamp the auto-tensioner (A) by using two 8 mm bolts (B) and a vise (C) as shown. Do not clamp the auto-tensioner itself.

2. Remove the idler pulley base. 6 x 1.0 mm 12 N·m (1.2 kgf·m, 8.7 lbf·ft)

03

01

A

B

C

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

F

E

04 30 °

30 °

3. Remove the pulley bolt (A), then remove the tensioner pulley (B). 02

D

8. Set the torque wrench (D) on the pulley bolt, and align it as shown. 9. Align the indicator’s pointer (E) on the tensioner base with center mark (F) on the tensioner arm by using the torque wrench, and measure the torque. If the torque value is out of specification, replace the auto-tensioner.

B A 10 x 1.25 mm 56 N·m (5.7 kgf·m, 41 lbf·ft)

NOTE: If the indicator exceeds the center mark, recheck the torque. Auto-tensioner Spring Torque: 32.5−39.7 N·m (3.31−4.05 kgf·m, 23.9−29.3 lbf·ft)

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Tensioner Pulley Replacement 03

4. Remove the auto-tensioner.

1. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31).

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

2. Remove the pulley bolt (A), then remove the tensioner pulley (B). 01

B

A 10 x 1.25 mm 56 N·m (5.7 kgf·m, 41 lbf·ft)

5. Install the auto-tensioner in the reverse order of removal.

3. Install the tensioner pulley in the reverse order of removal.

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Charging System Idler Pulley Replacement 1. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31). 2. Remove the idler pulley. 01

Alternator Removal and Installation Removal 1. Do the battery terminal disconnection procedure (see page 22-68). 2. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31). 3. Remove the front grille cover (see page 20-163). 4. Disconnect the fan motor connectors (A) and the hood switch connector (B), then remove the harness clamps (C). 01

C C 8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

3. Install the idler pulley in the reverse order of removal. A B C A C

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5. Disconnect the reservoir hose (A), and remove the radiator cap base mounting bolts (B), the radiator upper brackets (C) and the bolts (D). *01

7. Remove the three bolts securing the alternator. 04

B A C C

D

6. Remove the A/C condenser bracket mounting bolts (A) and the bulkhead mounting bolts (B), then remove the bulkhead (C). *02

8. Disconnect the alternator connector (A), and the positive alternator cable (B) and remove the harness clamp (C), then remove the alternator. 05

B C

B

A

A

C

(cont’d)

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Charging System Alternator Removal and Installation (cont’d) Installation 1. Install the alternator, then connect the alternator connector (A) and the positive alternator cable (B) and install the harness clamp (C). Make sure the crimped side of the ring terminal faces away from the alternator when you connect it.

3. Install the bulkhead (A), then install the bulkhead mounting bolts (B) and the A/C condenser bracket mounting bolts (C). *04

B 6 x 1.0 mm 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.2 lbf·ft)

06 A

B

C 6 x 1.0 mm 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.2 lbf·ft) A

4. Apply body paint to the bulkhead mounting bolts.

C

6 x 1.0 mm 8 N·m (0.8 kgf·m, 6 lbf·ft)

5. Install the radiator upper brackets (A), the radiator cap base mounting bolts (B), and the bolts (C), and connect the reservoir hose (D).

2. Tighten the three bolts securing the alternator. *03

*05

B 6 x 1.0 mm 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.2 lbf·ft)

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

D A A

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

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6. Connect the fan motor connectors (A) and the hood switch connector (B), then install the harness clamps (C). ďź‘ďź?

C C

A B C A C

7. Install the front grille cover (see page 20-163). 8. Install the drive belt (see page 4-31). 9. Do the battery terminal reconnecting procedure (see page 22-68).

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Charging System Alternator Overhaul Exploded View *01

WASHER ROTOR FRONT BEARING RETAINER FRONT BEARING DRIVE-END HOUSING

PULLEY

PULLEY LOCKNUT

TERMINAL INSULATOR

END COVER

BRUSH HOLDER ASSEMBLY

REAR HOUSING ASSEMBLY

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5. Remove the end cover.

Special Tools Required • Driver 07749-0010000 • Attachment, 42 x 47 mm 07746-0010300

04

NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this procedure. 1. Test the alternator and regulator before you remove them (see page 4-28). 2. Remove the alternator (see page 4-34). 3. If the front bearing needs replacing, remove the pulley locknut with a 10 mm wrench (A) and a 22 mm wrench (B). If necessary, use an impact wrench. 02 B A

6. Remove the brush holder assembly. 05

4. Remove the harness stay and the three flange nuts from the alternator. 03

(cont’d)

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Charging System Alternator Overhaul (cont’d) 7. Remove the four through bolts, then remove the rear housing assembly (A), and washer (B). 06

9. Inspect the rotor shaft for scoring, and inspect the bearing journal surface in the drive-end housing for seizure marks. • If the rotor is damaged, replace the rotor assembly. • If the rotor is OK, go to step 10.

A

10. Remove the front bearing retainer. 08

B

8. If you are not replacing the front bearing, go to step 13. Remove the rotor from the drive-end housing. 07 11. Drive out the front bearing with a brass drift and a hammer. 09

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12. Install a new front bearing in the drive-end housing with a hammer, the driver, and the attachment, 42 x 47 mm.

Rotor Slip Ring Test 14. Check for continuity between the slip rings (A).

10 • If there is continuity, go to step 15. • If there is no continuity, replace the rotor assembly. 12

07749-0010000 C

A

07746-0010300

B

Alternator Brush Inspection 15. Check for continuity between each slip ring and the rotor (B) and the rotor shaft (C).

13. Measure the length of both brushes (A) with a vernier caliper (B).

• If there is no continuity, replace the rear housing assembly, and go to step 16. • If there is continuity, replace the rotor assembly.

• If either brush is shorter than the service limit, replace the brush holder assembly. • If brush length is OK, go to step 14. Alternator Brush Length Standard (New): 10.5 mm (0.41 in.) Service Limit: 1.5 mm (0.06 in.) 11

A B

(cont’d)

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Charging System Alternator Overhaul (cont’d) Alternator Reassembly 16. If you removed the pulley, put the rotor in the driveend housing, then tighten its locknut to 110 N·m (11.2 kgf·m, 81.0 lbf·ft). 17. Remove any grease or any oil from the slip rings. 18. Put the rear housing assembly and the drive-end housing/rotor assembly together, tighten the four through bolts. 19. Push the brushes (A) in, then insert a pin or drill bit (B) (about 1.6 mm (0.06 in.) diameter) to hold them there. 13

A

B

20. Install the brush holder assembly, and pull out the pin or drill bit. 14

21. Install the end cover. 22. After assembling the alternator, turn the pulley by hand to make sure the rotor turns smoothly and without noise. 23. Install the alternator (see page 4-36) and the drive belt (see page 4-31).

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Cruise Control Component Location Index

*01

CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR (In the gauge control module (tach))

CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR (In the gauge control module (tach))

CRUISE CONTROL COMBINATION SWITCH Test/Replacement, page 4-49

CLUTCH PEDAL POSITION SWITCH (M/T model) Test, page 4-50 Clutch Pedal Adjustment, page 12-8

BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH Test, page 22-181 Pedal Height Adjustment, page 19-6

*02

ENGINE CONTROL MODULE (ECM)/ POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM) Cruise Control Input Test, page 4-47

TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH (A/T model) Test, page 14-265 Replacement, page 14-267

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Cruise Control Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Cruise control cannot be set

1. 2. 3.

Cruise control can be set, but the cruise main indicator does not come on

4. 1. 2. 3.

Cruise control can be set, but the cruise control indicator does not come on

1. 2.

Vehicle does not accelerate accordingly when the resume/accel button is pressed

1. 2.

Set speed does not cancel when the brake pedal is pressed

1. 2.

3.

3.

3. Set speed does not cancel (engine rpm stays high) when the clutch pedal is pressed (M/T model) Set speed does not cancel when the cruise control main button is pressed

1. 2. 3.

Set speed does not cancel when the cancel button is pressed

1. 2.

1. 2. 3.

3.

Diagnostic procedure Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check the No. 3 (10 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box. Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the gauge control module self-diagnostic function procedure (see page 22-241). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control main switch signal input. Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the gauge control module self-diagnostic function procedure (see page 22-241). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control indicator signal input. Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control resume/accel switch signal input. Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the brake pedal position switch test (see page 22-181). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the brake pedal position switch signal input. Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the clutch pedal position switch test (see page 4-50). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the clutch pedal position switch signal input.

Also check for Poor ground G101 (A/T model) or G401 (M/T model)

Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control main switch signal input. Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control cancel switch signal input.

Short to power on the YEL wire

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Faulty gauge control module (tach)

Faulty gauge control module (tach)

Open circuit, loose or disconnected terminal: ORN

• Short to power on the BRN wire • Faulty brake pedal position switch • Short to ground in the LT BLU wire • Faulty clutch pedal position switch

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Symptom Set speed does not resume when the resume/accel button is pressed (with the cruise control main button pressed on, and set speed temporarily canceled by pressing the brake pedal) Set speed does not resume when the resume/accel button is pressed (with the cruise control main button pressed on, and set speed temporarily canceled by pressing the clutch pedal) (M/T model) With the ignition switch in ON (II), and the lighting switch turned on, the cruise control combination switch illumination does not come on

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Diagnostic procedure Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check the brake pedal position switch adjustment (see page 19-6). Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control resume/accel switch signal input. Test the brake pedal position switch signal input.

Also check for • Open circuit, loose or disconnected terminal: ORN • Faulty brake pedal position switch

Check for PGM-FI DTCs (see page 11-3). Check the clutch pedal position switch adjustment (see page 12-8). Do the cruise control combination switch test (see page 4-49). Do the cruise control input test (see page 4-47). Test the cruise control resume/accel switch signal input. Test the clutch pedal position switch signal input.

• Open circuit, loose or disconnected terminal: ORN • Faulty clutch pedal position switch

Check the cruise control combination switch (see page 4-49).

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Cruise Control Circuit Diagram *01 BATTERY

MULTIPLEX INTEGRATED CONTROL UNIT

No. 14 (7.5 A) FUSE (UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX)

ORN

GRY

UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX No. 1 (100 A)

No. 21 (15 A) No. 19 (15 A)

10 3

No. 12 (15 A)

1

4 H1

CABLE REEL

ETCS CONTROL RELAY

2

F9

1

1

PGM-FI MAIN RELAY 1

No. 2 (50 A)

D8

4

3

F6

3

2

F5

11 HORN SWITCH

E1 CRUISE CONTROL COMBINATION SWITCH

WHT IGNITION 3 SWITCH BAT IG1

CRUISE CONTROL MAIN

IG1 HOT in ON (II) and START (III)

6 BLU

SET/ DECEL

CANCEL

RESUME/ ACCEL LIGHTS

D2 No. 3 (10 A) 7

6

4

5

12

F5 UNDER-DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX

CABLE REEL 6

WHT

YEL

LT BLU

7

BLK

YEL 9

1

4

8

2

ORN

RED

10

11

14

18 BRAKE PEDAL POSITION SWITCH

2

9 LT GRN

CPU

G504

C101 21

3

1

CANH

19

CANL

DRIVER

CRUISE CONTROL DIMMING CIRCUIT

CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR LT GRN

BRN

GRN

ORN

YEL

WHT

WHT

RED CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR

ECM/PCM

A40

A39

A6

A8

A20

C1

A36

A37

BKSW

BKSWNC

MRLY

IGP

ETCSRLY

IG1ETCS

CANH

CANL

GAUGE CONTROL MODULE (TACH)

5V 12 V 5V

NC

ATPFWD

CRMTCLS

ETCSM−

ETCSM+

VCC3

TPSA

TPSB

SG3

C43

B28

A41

C3

C4

C12

C20

C21

C39

GRN/YEL

BLU/RED

BLU/WHT

OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT) SPEED SENSOR

BLU/YEL

TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH

LT BLU

BLU

RED/BLK RED/BLU

GRN

2 CLUTCH PEDAL POSITION SWITCH 3 BLK THROTTLE ACTUATOR G401

(A/T model)

TP SENSOR THROTTLE BODY

(M/T model)

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Cruise Control Input Test NOTE: Always make sure that you have the latest Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) software before doing the input tests. 1. Connect the HDS to the data link connector (DLC) (see step 2 on page 11-3). 2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). 3. Make sure the HDS communicates with the vehicle and the engine control module (ECM)/powertrain control module (PCM). If it does not communicate, troubleshoot the DLC circuit (see page 11-204). 4. Go to PGM-FI, and check for DTCs (see page 11-3). 5. Do the following tests while monitoring parameters in the PGM-FI DATA LIST with the HDS. NOTE: Intermittent failures are often caused by loose circuit connections. While monitoring cruise control inputs, flex the circuit wires, and note if any of the test results change. Signal to be tested Brake pedal position switch signal

Test condition Brake pedal pressed, then released

Parameter: Desired result CRUISE BRAKE SW should indicate OFF when the brake pedal is pressed and ON when the brake pedal is released.

Clutch pedal position switch signal (M/T model)

Clutch pedal pressed, SHIFT/CLUTCH SW then released should indicate ON when the clutch pedal is pressed and OFF when the clutch pedal is released.

Transmission range switch signal (A/T model)

Shift lever in D and S

SHIFT/CLUTCH SW should indicate ON in P, R, and N, and OFF in D and S.

Cruise control main switch signal

Cruise control main switch pressed and released

CRUISE MASTER (MAIN) SW should indicate ON when the cruise control main button is pressed and OFF when the cruise control main button is released.

Possible cause if result is not obtained • Faulty brake pedal position switch • Blown No. 3 (10 A) fuse in the underdash fuse/relay box • An open in the wire between the ECM/ PCM and the brake pedal position switch • A wire shorted to ground between the ECM/PCM and the brake pedal position switch • Faulty clutch pedal position switch • An open in the wire between the ECM and the clutch pedal position switch • A wire shorted to ground between the ECM and the clutch pedal position switch • Poor ground G401 • Faulty transmission range switch • An open in the wire between the PCM and the transmission range switch • A wire shorted to ground between the PCM and the transmission range switch • Poor ground G101 • Faulty cruise control combination switch • Faulty gauge control module (tach) • An open in the wire between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch • A wire shorted to ground between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch • Poor ground G504

(cont’d)

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Cruise Control Cruise Control Input Test (cont’d)

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Signal to be tested Set switch signal

Test condition Set/decel button pressed and released

Resume switch signal

Resume/accel button pressed and released

Cancel switch signal

Cancel button pressed and released

Cruise control indicator signal

Start the engine, press the cruise control main button on, and drive the vehicle to speeds over 40 km/h (25 mph). Set and cancel the cruise control.

Parameter: Desired result CRUISE SET SW should indicate ON when the set/decel button is pressed and OFF when the set/decel button is released.

Possible cause if result is not obtained

• Faulty cruise control combination switch • Faulty gauge control module (tach) • An open in the wire between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch • A wire shorted to ground between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch CRUISE RESUME SW • Faulty cruise control combination switch should indicate ON • Faulty gauge control module (tach) when the resume/accel • An open in the wire between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise button is pressed and control combination switch OFF when the resume/ accel button is released. • A wire shorted to ground between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch CRUISE CANCEL SW • Faulty cruise control combination switch should indicate ON • Faulty gauge control module (tach) when the cancel button • An open in the wire between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise is pressed and OFF control combination switch when the cancel button is released. • A wire shorted to ground between the gauge control module (tach) and the cruise control combination switch CRUISE INDICATOR • Faulty ECM/PCM should indicate ON • Cruise control was not set at the test by other malfunction when the cruise control is set and OFF when • Faulty gauge control module (tach) the cruise control is canceled.


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Cruise Control Combination Switch Test/Replacement SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations (see page 24-11), and precautions and procedures (see page 24-13), before doing repairs or service. 1. Remove the driver’s airbag (see page 24-188). 2. Remove the steering wheel trim. 01

4. Check for continuity between the terminals in each cruise control combination switch position according to the table. • If there is continuity, and it matches the table, but the cruise control combination switch failure occurred on the cruise control input test, check and repair the wire harness on the switch circuit. • If there is no continuity in one or more positions, replace the cruise control combination switch. 03 Terminal Position Cruise control main switch (ON) Cruise control main switch (OFF) Set/decel (PRESSED) Resume/accel (PRESSED) Cancel (PRESSED)

6

7

3

5

4

3. Remove the cruise control combination switch. *01

Wire side of female terminals

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Cruise Control Clutch Pedal Position Switch Test M/T model 1. Disconnect the clutch pedal position switch 3P connector (A). *01

A

Terminal side of male terminals B

2. Remove the clutch pedal position switch (B). 3. Check for continuity between the terminals according to the table. • If the continuity is not as specified, replace the clutch pedal position switch (see page 12-8). • If OK, install the clutch pedal position switch, and adjust the pedal height (see page 12-8). *02 Terminal Position

2

3

Clutch Pedal Position Switch (PRESSED) Clutch Pedal Position Switch (RELEASED)

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Engine Mechanical Engine Assembly Special Tools ................................................................. Engine Removal ........................................................... Engine Installation ........................................................ Side Engine Mount Replacement ............................... Transmission Mount Replacement ............................. Lower Torque Rod Replacement ................................ Upper Torque Rod Replacement ................................ Side Engine Mount Bracket Replacement .................. Front Engine Mount Replacement ..............................

SNR9A000000000J0501ZCAT00

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Engine Assembly Special Tools Ref. No.

Tool Number 07AAK-SNAA120

01

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Description Universal Lifting Eyelet

Qty 1


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Engine Removal Special Tools Required • Engine hanger adapter VSB02C000015 • Engine support hanger, A and Reds AAR-T1256 • 2006 Civic engine hanger VSB02C000025 • Front subframe adapter VSB02C000016 • Universal lifting eyelet 07AAK-SNAA120 : These special tools are available through Honda Canada Inc. Technical Tools Department; FAX # 866-398-8665/e-mail: ch_technicaltools@ch.honda. com

7. Disconnect the connector (A), and remove the harness clamps (B), then remove the pipe (C). C

B

NOTE: • Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces. • To avoid damaging the wire and terminals, unplug the wiring connectors carefully while holding the connector portion. • Mark all wiring and hoses to avoid misconnection. Also, be sure that they do not contact other wiring or hoses, or interfere with other parts. 1. Secure the hood in the wide open position (support rod in the lower hole). 01

*01 A

B

8. Disconnect the battery cables (A) from the underhood fuse/relay box. 03

A

B

2. Relieve the fuel pressure (see page 11-322). 3. Do the battery removal procedure (see page 22-69). 4. Disconnect the vacuum hose and the breather pipe, then remove the intake air duct (see step 2 on page 9-3).

9. Remove the harness clamp (B).

5. Remove the air cleaner assembly (see page 11-345). 6. Remove the under-cowl panel (see step 4 on page 20-164).

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Removal (cont’d) 10. Remove the engine control module (ECM)/ powertrain control module (PCM) cover (A), then remove the three bolts (B) securing the ECM/PCM.

13. Remove the under-hood fuse/relay box (A) from the ECM/PCM bracket (B), then remove the ECM/PCM bracket.

04

A

06

A

B

B

11. Disconnect the ECM/PCM connectors (A) and the engine wire harness connector (B). *02

01

B

C A

12. Remove the harness clamps (C).

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14. K20Z3 engine: Remove the engine cover.


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15. Disconnect the evaporative emission (EVAP) canister hose (A) and the brake booster vacuum hose (B). 07

19. M/T model: Remove the air cleaner bracket. 09

A

B

20. Remove the drive belt (see page 4-31).

16. Remove the quick-connect fitting cover (A), then disconnect the fuel feed hose (B) (see page 11-329). 01

21. Remove the idler pulley base (see step 2 on page 4-32). 22. Wait until the engine is cool, then carefully remove the radiator cap. 23. Raise the vehicle on the lift. 24. Remove the front wheels. 25. Remove the splash shield. 10

B

A

17. M/T model: Remove the shift cables. Do not bend the cables excessively (see step 7 on page 13-8). 18. M/T model: Remove the clutch slave cylinder, and the clutch line bracket mounting bolt (see step 5 on page 13-7).

26. Loosen the drain plug in the radiator, and drain the engine coolant (see page 10-8).

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Removal (cont’d) 36. Remove the steering gearbox bracket (A).

27. Drain the engine oil (see page 8-10).

02

C

28. Drain the transmission fluid: B

• Manual transmission (see step 3 on page 13-5) • Automatic transmission (see step 3 on page 14-232) 29. Disconnect the air fuel ratio (A/F) sensor connector (A). 11

C A

D B

37. Remove the steering gearbox mounting bolt (B), the stiffener mounting bolt (C), and the stiffener (D). 38. Remove the steering gearbox mounting bolt (A), the stiffener mounting bolt (B), and the stiffener (C). 13

A A

B

D

30. Remove the grommet (B), then disconnect the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S) connector (C).

D

C

31. Remove the three way catalytic converter (TWC) (D). 32. A/T model: Remove the shift cable. Do not bend the cables excessively (see step 39 on page 14-239). 33. Separate the stabilizer links (see page 18-25). 34. Separate the knuckles from the lower arms (see step 6 on page 18-21). 39. Remove the harness clamp (D) from the subframe. 35. Remove the driveshafts (see page 16-4). Coat all precision-finished surfaces with new engine oil. Tie plastic bags over the driveshaft ends.

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40. Disconnect the A/C compressor clutch connector (A), then remove the A/C compressor (B) without disconnecting the A/C hoses.

44. Disconnect the heater hoses. 16

14 A

B

45. Install the bulkhead (see step 13 on page 10-21).

41. Lower the vehicle on the lift. 42. Remove the radiator (see page 10-19).

46. Attach the engine hanger adapter (VSB02C000015) to the threaded hole in the cylinder head. 30

43. A/T model: Disconnect the automatic transmission fluid (ATF) cooler hoses from the transmission, then plug the lines and hoses.

VSB02C000015

15

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Removal (cont’d) 47. Install the front leg assembly (A), the hook (B), and the wing nut (C) to an A and Reds engine support hanger (AAR-T1256) onto the 2006 civic engine hanger (VSB02C000025). Carefully position the engine hanger on the vehicle, and attach the hook to the forward hole in the engine hanger adapter (D). Tighten the wing nut by hand to lift and support the engine/transmission.

49. Remove the lower torque rod. M/T model 23

Replace.

NOTE: Be careful when working around the windshield. 02

VSB02C000025

B C

AAR-T1256 Replace.

A/T model 24

Replace. A D

48. Raise the vehicle on the lift.

Replace.

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50. M/T model: Remove the front mount mounting bolt. 25

52. Loosen the mid-stiffener mounting bolts (A) on both sides. 27

Replace.

A Replace.

51. Make appropriate reference lines (A) at both sides of the front subframe (B) that line up with the edges (C) on the body. *03

53. Attach the front subframe adapter (VSB02C000016) to the subframe, and hang the belt (A) of the front subframe adapter over the front of the subframe (B). Secure the belt with its stop (C), then tighten the wing nut (D). *04

C

C

B

B C

A

A

B

A D VSB02C000016

54. Raise the jack, and line up the slots in the front subframe adapter arms with the bolt holes on the jack base, then securely attach them with four bolts.

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Removal (cont’d) 58. A/T model: Remove the ground cable (A), then remove the transmission mount bracket (B).

55. Remove the front subframe. *05

18

Replace.

A

Replace.

Replace. B

56. Lower the vehicle on the lift. 57. A/T model: Remove the transmission mount. 17

59. A/T model: Install the transmission hanger bracket (P/N 21232-RCT-A00) (A) and a washer (B) on the transmission. A

Replace.

B Replace.

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19


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62. Remove the side engine mount bracket mounting bolt and nut.

60. Install the universal lifting eyelet (07AAKSNAA120). 04

07AAK-SNAA120

61. Attach a chain hoist (A) to the universal lifting eyelet (B) and the transmission hook (C), then lift the engine/transmission until it’s securely supported by the chain hoist, and remove the engine hanger. *06

B 07AAK-SNAA120

A

21

Replace.

63. M/T model: Remove the transmission mount bracket mounting bolt and nuts. 22

Replace.

A/T model

C M/T model

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Removal (cont’d) 64. Check that the engine/transmission is completely free of vacuum hoses, fuel and coolant hoses, and electrical wiring. 65. Slowly lower the engine/transmission about 150 mm (6 in.). Check once again that all hoses and electrical wiring are disconnected and free from the engine/transmission, then lower it all the way. 66. Disconnect the chain hoist from the engine/ transmission. 67. Raise the vehicle on the lift, then remove the engine/transmission from under the vehicle.

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Engine Installation Special Tools Required • Universal lifting eyelet 07AAK-SNAA120 • Engine hanger adapter VSB02C000015 • Engine support hanger, A and Reds AAR-T1256 • 2006 Civic engine hanger VSB02C000025 • Front subframe adapter VSB02C000016 : These special tools are available through Honda Canada Inc. Technical Tools Department; FAX # 866-398-8665/ e-mail: ch_technicaltools@ch.honda.com 1. Install the engine mount brackets and the accessory brackets, then tighten their bolts to the specified torque. K20Z2 engine 01

SIDE ENGINE MOUNT BRACKET

10 x 1.25 mm 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 33 lbf·ft)

LOWER TORQUE ROD BRACKET

A/C COMPRESSOR BRACKET

12 x 1.25 mm 74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 54 lbf·ft) Replace.

10 x 1.25 mm 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 33 lbf·ft)

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Installation (cont’d) K20Z3 engine 02 SIDE ENGINE MOUNT BRACKET

10 x 1.25 mm 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 33 lbf·ft)

LOWER TORQUE ROD BRACKET

A/C COMPRESSOR BRACKET

10 x 1.25 mm 74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 54 lbf·ft) Replace. 10 x 1.25 mm 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 33 lbf·ft)

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2. Raise the vehicle on the lift, and position the engine/transmission under the vehicle. Lower the vehicle, and install the universal lifting eyelet (07AAK-SNAA120). Attach a chain hoist to the universal eyelet and the transmission hook, then lift the engine into position in the vehicle. NOTE: Reinstall the mounting bolts/support nuts in the sequence given in the following steps. Failure to follow this sequence may cause excessive noise and vibration, and reduce engine mount life. *01 07AAK-SNAA120

4. Install the front leg assembly (A), the hook (B), and the wing nut (C) to an A and Reds engine support hanger (AAR-T1256) onto the 2006 civic engine hanger (VSB02C000025). Carefully position the engine hanger on the vehicle, and attach the hook to the forward hole in the engine hanger adapter (D). Tighten the wing nut by hand to lift and support the engine/transmission. NOTE: Be careful when working around the windshield. 02

A/T model

AAR-T1256 M/T model

B C VSB02C000025

A

3. Attach the engine hanger adapter (VSB02C000015) to the threaded hole in the cylinder head. 35

D

5. Loosen the upper torque rod mounting bolt (A). VSB02C000015

12

A

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Installation (cont’d) 6. Tighten the new side engine mount bracket mounting bolt and nut. 13

14 x 1.5 mm 74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 54 lbf·ft) Replace.

7. M/T model: Tighten the new transmission mounting bolt and nuts. 14

12 x 1.25 mm 74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 54 lbf·ft) Replace.

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8. Remove the chain hoist. 9. Remove the universal lifting eyelet. *02

10. A/T model: Remove the transmission hanger bracket (P/N 21232-RCT-A00). 09


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11. A/T model: Install the transmission mount bracket (A), then install the ground cable (B). *03

12 x 1.25 mm 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 43 lbf·ft) Replace. 6 x 1.0 mm 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7.2 lbf·ft)

14. Raise the vehicle on the lift. 15. Attach the front subframe adapter (VSB02C000016) to the front subframe, and hang the belt (A) of the front subframe adapter over the front of the subframe (B). Secure the belt with its stop (C), then tighten the wing nut (D). *04

C

A A

12. A/T model: Install the transmission mount, then tighten the transmission mount stiffener mounting bolt (A) and the new transmission mount mounting bolts (B). 11

B

B

C 12 x 1.25 mm 74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 54 lbf·ft) Replace. B 12 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft) Replace.

D VSB02C000016

16. Line up the slots in the front subframe adapter arms with the bolt holes on the corner of the jack base, then securely attach them with four bolts. Lift the subframe up to the body. 17. Loosely install the new front subframe mounting bolts. *05

A 10 x 1.25 mm 38 N·m (3.9 kgf·m, 28 lbf·ft) B 12 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft) Replace.

13. A/T model: Tighten the new transmission mounting bolt and nuts (C).

14 x 1.5 mm 103 N·m (10.5 kgf·m, 75.9 lbf·ft) Replace.

14 x 1.5 mm 103 N·m (10.5 kgf·m, 75.9 lbf·ft) Replace.

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Installation (cont’d) 18. Align all reference marks (A) on the front subframe (B) with the edges of the body (C), then tighten the bolts on the front subframe to the specified torque.

21. Install the lower torque rod, then tighten the new lower torque rod mounting bolts in the numbered sequence shown.

*06 M/T model 07

C

C

B

B

A

14 x 1.5 mm 88 N·m (9.0 kgf·m, 65 lbf·ft) Replace.

14 x 1.5 mm 93 N·m (9.5 kgf·m, 69 lbf·ft) Replace.

A

19. Remove the jack and the front subframe adapter. 20. Tighten the new mid-stiffener mounting bolts on both side.

A/T model

*12

08

14 x 1.5 mm 88 N·m (9.0 kgf·m, 65 lbf·ft) Replace.

12 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft) Replace.

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22. M/T model: Loosely tighten the new front mount mounting bolt (A). 06

26. Raise the vehicle on the lift. 27. M/T model: Tighten the front mount mounting bolt. 12 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft)

18

A Replace.

23. Lower the vehicle on the lift. 24. Remove the engine support hanger and the engine hanger adapter from the engine and the vehicle.

28. Install the A/C compressor (A), then connect the A/C compressor clutch connector (B). 19 B

25. Tighten the upper torque rod mounting bolt. 17

12 x 1.25 mm 64 N·m (6.5 kgf·m, 47 lbf·ft)

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

A

(cont’d)

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Engine Assembly Engine Installation (cont’d) 29. Install the stiffener (A), then tighten the steering gearbox mounting bolt (B) and the stiffener mounting bolt (C). 20

B 10 x 1.25 mm 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 43 lbf·ft)

C 10 x 1.25 mm 54 N·m (5.5 kgf·m, 40 lbf·ft)

D

35. Connect the lower arms to the knuckles (see step 9 on page 18-16). 36. Connect the stabilizer links (see page 18-25). 37. Install the three way catalytic converter (TWC) (A). Use the new gaskets (B) and the new self-locking nuts (C).

A

B Replace.

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C 10 x 1.25 mm 33 N·m (3.4 kgf·m, 25 lbf·ft) Replace. E

F

30. Install the harness clamp (D) to the subframe. 31. Install the steering gearbox bracket (A). 04

C 10 x 1.25 mm 59 N·m (6.0 kgf·m, 43 lbf·ft)

B Replace.

D 10 x 1.25 mm 54 N·m (5.5 kgf·m, 40 lbf·ft)

D

10 x 1.25 mm 38 N·m (3.9 kgf·m, 28 lbf·ft)

8 x 1.25 mm 22 N·m (2.2 kgf·m, 16 lbf·ft)

A

38. Connect the air fuel ratio (A/F) sensor connector (D). 39. Connect the secondary heated oxygen sensor (secondary HO2S) connector (E), then install the grommet (F). 40. Install the splash shield. 23

A

B

32. Install the stiffener (B), then tighten the steering gearbox mounting bolt (C) and the stiffener mounting bolt (D). 33. A/T model: Install the shift cable (see step 19 on page 14-245). 34. Install a new set ring on the end of each driveshaft, then install the driveshafts (see page 16-20). Make sure each ring ‘‘clicks’’ into place in the differential and the intermediate shaft.

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