Turn the ignition switch to ON (II), and make sure to turn the A/C switch OFF, then turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0).
Check the position of the auto-tensioner indicator (A). Start the engine, then check the position again with the engine idling. If the position of the indicator moves or fluctuates a lot, replace the auto-tensioner.
Check for abnormal noise from the tensioner pulley. If you hear abnormal noise, replace the auto-tensioner pulley.
Remove the drive belt.
Move the auto-tensioner within its limit with a wrench in the direction shown. Check that the auto-tensioner moves smoothly and without any abnormal noise. If the tensioner does not move smoothly, or you hear abnormal noise, replace the auto-tensioner.
Remove the auto-tensioner.
Clamp the auto-tensioner (A) by using two 8 mm bolts (B) and a vise (C) as shown. Do not clamp the auto-tensioner itself.
Attach the torque wrench (D) on the pulley bolt, and align it as shown.
Align the indicator (E) on the tensioner base with belt position mark (F) on the tensioner arm by using the torque wrench, and measure the torque. If the torque value is out of specification, replace the auto-tensioner.
NOTE: If the indicator exceeds the belt position mark, recheck the torque.
Auto-tensioner Spring Torque
20.6пјЌ25.2 NВ·m (2.10пјЌ2.25 kgfВ·m, 15.2пјЌ18.6 lbfВ·ft)
Install the auto-tensioner.
Install the drive belt.
Service Station Procedures
Refueling 1. Park with the driver’s side closest to the service station pump. 2. Outside of the vehicle, open the fuel fill door by pulling its notched edge. 3. Remove the fuel fill cap slowly. ...
Parking Brake Inspection and Adjustment
Inspection Pull the parking brake lever (A) with 196 N (20 kgf, 44.1 lbf) of force to fully apply the parking brake. The parking brake lever should be locked within the specif ...
Do not modify your vehicle or use non-Honda components that can affect its handling, stability, and reliability. Overall vehicle performance can be affected. Always make sure all equipment is pro ...