Honda CR-V: Parking Tips
Make sure the moonroof (if
equipped) and the windows are
Turn off the lights.
Place any packages, valuables, etc.
in the cargo area or take them
Lock the doors and the tailgate.
Check the indicator on the
instrument panel to verify that the
security system is set.
Never park over dry leaves, tall
grass, or other flammable
materials. The hot three way
catalytic converter could cause
these materials to catch on fire.
If the vehicle is facing uphill, turn
the front wheels away from the
If the vehicle is facing downhill,
turn the front wheels toward the
Make sure the parking brake is
fully released before driving away.
Driving with the parking brake
partially set can overheat or
damage the rear brakes.
Your vehicle is equipped with disc
brakes at all four wheels. A power
assist helps reduce the effort needed
on the brake pedal. The anti-lock
brake system (ABS) helps you retain
The hydraulic system that operates
the brakes has two separate circuits.
Each circuit works diagonally across
the vehicle (the left-front brake is
connected with the right-rear brake,
The front and rear disc brakes on all
models have audible brake wear
If the brake pads need replacing, you
will hear a distinctive, metallic
screeching sound when you apply
The in-dash disc player is behind the
navigation screen. To use the disc
player, press the OPEN button
beside the screen. The screen folds
back, and the disc slot appears.
Insert a disc about halfway into the
disc slot. The drive will pull the disc
in the rest of the way and beg
The electronic control system consists of the powertrain control module (PCM),
sensors, and solenoid valves.
Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under
The PCM receives input signals from the sensors, switches, and other co
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