Honda CR-V: If You Get Stuck
Avoid driving on soft sand, deep mud,
or other surfaces where you could
get stuck. If you do happen to get
stuck because of inclement weather
or other conditions, choose a safe
and appropriate course of action.
You should never use a jack to try
getting unstuck. A jack only works
on firm, level ground. Also, your
vehicle could easily slip off the jack
and hurt you or someone else.
4-Wheel Drive Vehicles
If you spin the wheels excessively
trying to get unstuck, you may
overheat the components of the
4-wheel drive system. If this happens,
the 4-wheel drive system shuts off
and only the front wheels receive
power. If this happens, stop and
allow everything to cool down. The
4-wheel drive system will work again
after its temperature drops.
If you slip the clutch for a long time
while trying to get unstuck, you may
overheat and damage it.
This section explains why it is
important to keep your vehicle well
maintained and how to follow basic
maintenance safety precautions.
This section also includes
instructions on how to read t
All service items not detailed in this
section should be performed by a
certified technician or other qualified
To eliminate potential hazards, read
the instructions before you begin,
and make sure you have the tools
and skills required.
Make sure your vehicle is parked
on level ground, the parking bra
Component Location Index
INTAKE AIR BYPASS CONTROL
Throttle Body Test
Carbon Accumulation Check
NOTE: If the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) has been
reported on, check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs).
1. Connect the H
Special Tools Required
Holder handle 07JAB-001020A
Companion flange holder 07RAB-TB4010B
1. Apply differential fluid to the rubber pinion of the
ATF strainer (A), then install the ATF strainer, the
magnet (B), the dowel pins (C), and the oil pump
pin (D), in the differential carri
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