Honda CR-V: Emissions Controls
The burning of gasoline in your
vehicleвЂ™s engine produces several byproducts.
Some of these are carbon
monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen
(NOx), and hydrocarbons (HC).
Gasoline evaporating from the tank
also produces hydrocarbons. Controlling
the production of NOx, CO,
and HC is important to the environment.
Under certain conditions of
sunlight and climate, NOx and HC
react to form photochemical вЂвЂsmog.вЂ™вЂ™
Carbon monoxide does not contribute
to smog creation, but it is a
The United States Clean Air Act*
sets standards for automobile
emissions. It also requires that
automobile manufacturers explain to
owners how their emissions controls
work and what to do to
Your vehicle has a positive
crankcase ventilation system. This
keeps gasses that build up in the
engineвЂ™s crankcase from going into
the atmosphere. The positive
crankcase ventilation valve
As gasoline evaporates in the fuel
tank, an evaporative emissions
control canister filled with charcoal
adsorbs the vapor. It is stored in this
canister while the engine is off. After
ATF Temperature Sensor Test/Replacement
1. Raise the vehicle on a lift, or apply the parking
brake, block the rear wheels, and raise the front of
the vehicle. Make sure it is securely supported.
2. Remove the splash shield.
3. Disconnect the shift solenoid harness connector.
4. Measure the ATF te
The National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration and Transport
Canada recommend that all children
aged 12 and under be properly
restrained in a back seat.
If the passengerвЂ™s front airbag
inflates in a moderate to severe
frontal collision, the airbag can cause
serious injuries to a
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