Honda CR-V: Cleaning the Seat Belts
Dirt build-up in the loops of the seat
belt anchors can cause the belts to
retract slowly. Wipe the insides of
the loops with a clean cloth
dampened in mild soap and warm
water or isopropyl alcohol.
If your seat belts get dirty, use a soft
brush with a mixture of mild soap
and warm water to clean them. Do
not use bleach, dye, or cleaning
solvents. Let the belts air-dry before
you use the vehicle.
The floor mats that came with your
vehicle hook over the floor mat
anchors. This keeps the floor mats
from sliding forward, possibly
interfering with the pedals, or
backwards, making the f
Your vehicle is equipped with an
antenna at the rear of the roof . Bef ore
using a вЂвЂdrive-throughвЂ™вЂ™ car wash,
remove the antenna by unscrewing it by
hand. This prevents the antenna
This filter removes the dust and
pollen that is brought in fromthe
outside through the heating and
cooling system/climate control
Have your dealer replace this filter
when this serv
1. Lift the vehicle, and support it with jackstands.
2. Remove the cover (A).
3. Remove the EVAP canister baffle cover (A).
4. Disconnect the hoses (A) and the fuel subharness
6P connector (B).
5. Remove the bolts (C) and the EVAP canister bracket
6. Remove the EVAP canister (A) from the E
1. Park with the driverвЂ™s side closest
to the service station pump.
2. Open the fuel fill door by pulling
on the handle located under the
lower left corner of the dashboard.
3. Remove the fuel fill cap slowly.
You may hear a hissing sound as
pressure inside the tank equalizes.
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