Honda CR-V: Power Steering Fluid
Check the level on the side of the
reservoir when the engine is cold.
The fluid should be between the
UPPER LEVEL and LOWER LEVEL.
If not, add power steering fluid to the
Pour the fluid slowly and carefully so
you do not spill any. Clean up any
spills immediately; it could damage
components in the engine
Always use Honda Power Steering
Fluid. You may use another power
steering fluid as an emergency
replacement, but have the power
steering system flushed and refilled
with Honda PSF as soon as possible.
A low power steering fluid level can
indicate a leak in the system. Check
the fluid level frequently, and have
the system inspected as soon as
Turning the steering wheel to f ull lef t
or right lock and holding it there can
damage the power steering pump.
The headlights were properly aimed
when your vehicle was new. If you
regularly carry heavy items in the
cargo area or pull a trailer,
readjustment may be required.
Adjustments should be done
Your vehicle has halogen headlight
bulbs. When replacing a bulb, handle
it by its base, and protect the glass
from contact with your skin or hard
objects. If you touch the glass, clean
1. Open the tailgate. Place a cloth on
the edge of the cover to prevent
scratches. Remove the covers by
carefully prying on the edge with a
small flat-tip screwdriver.
2. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to
remove the taillight assembly
mounting screw under each cover.
3. Pull the t
Starting and accelerating in forward gears
NOTE: Do not test repeatedly or the fluid will overheat.
1. Lift up the vehicle so all four wheels are off the ground.
2. Make a mark (A) on either No.1 or No.2 propeller
3. Start the engine, and let it run until it warms up (the
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