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Engine Cooling
Cooling System
Component Location Index .........................................
Radiator Cap Test .........................................................
Radiator Test .................................................................
Fan Motor Test ..............................................................
Thermostat Test ...........................................................
Water Pump Inspection ...............................................
Water Pump Replacement ...........................................
Coolant Check ...............................................................
Coolant Replacement ...................................................
Thermostat Replacement ............................................
Drive Belt Inspection ....................................................
Drive Belt Replacement ...............................................
Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner Inspection ........................
Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner Replacement ....................
Radiator and Fan Replacement ...................................

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Fan Controls
Component Location Index .........................................
Symptom Troubleshooting Index ...............................
Circuit Diagram .............................................................
Radiator Fan High Speed Circuit Troubleshooting ...

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Cooling System
Component Location Index

WATER PASSAGE
Replacement, page 10-8
THERMOSTAT
Test, page 10-4
Replacement, page 10-8

WATER PUMP
Inspection, page 10-5
Replacement, page 10-5

RADIATOR CAP
Test, page 10-3

COOLANT RESERVOIR

RADIATOR FAN ASSEMBLY


Replacement, page 10-13
Fan Motor Test, page 10-4
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE
(ECT) SENSOR 2

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RADIATOR
Replacement, page 10-13

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Radiator Cap Test

Radiator Test

1. Remove the radiator cap (A). Wet its seal with


engine coolant, then install it on a commercially
available pressure tester (B).

1. Wait until the engine is cool, then carefully remove


the radiator cap and fill the radiator with engine
coolant to the top of the filler neck.

B
A

2. Attach a commercially available pressure tester (A)


to the radiator, and apply a pressure of 93123 kPa
(0.951.25 kgf/cm2, 1418 psi).

2. Apply a pressure of 93123 kPa


(0.951.25 kgf/cm2, 1418 psi).
3. Check for a drop in pressure.
4. If the pressure drops, replace the cap.

3. Inspect for engine coolant leaks and a drop in


pressure.
4. Remove the tester, and reinstall the radiator cap.

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Cooling System
Fan Motor Test
1. Disconnect the 2P connectors from the radiator and
A/C condenser fan motors.

Thermostat Test
Replace the thermostat if it is in the stuck open position
at room temperature.

To test a closed thermostat:


Terminal side of
male terminals

1. Suspend the thermostat (A) in a container of water.


Do not let the thermometer (B) touch the bottom of
the hot container.

2. Test each motor by connecting battery power to


terminal No. 2 and ground to terminal No. 1.
3. If a motor fails to run or does not run smoothly,
replace it (see page 10-13).

2. Heat the water, and check the temperature with a


thermometer. Check the temperature at which the
thermostat first opens, and at which it is fully open.
3. Measure the lift height of the thermostat when it is
fully open.
Standard Thermostat
Lift Height:
Above 8.0 mm (0.31 in.)
Starts Opening: 176183 F (80 84 C)
Fully Open:
203 F (95 C)

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Water Pump Inspection

Water Pump Replacement

1. Remove the engine under cover, then remove the


splash shield (see step 22 on page 5-5).

1. Remove the engine under cover, then remove the


splash shield (see step 22 on page 5-5).

2. Remove the drive belt (see page 10-10).

2. Remove the drive belt (see page 10-10).

3. Remove the auto-tensioner (see page 10-12).

3. Drain the engine coolant (see page 10-6).

4. Turn the water pump pulley counterclockwise.


Check that it turns freely. If it doesnt turn smoothly,
replace the water pump (see page 10-5).

4. Remove the water pump pulley mounting bolts.

6 x 1.0 mm
14 Nm
(1.4 kgfm, 10 lbfft)

NOTE: When you check the water pump, you may


see a small amount of weeping from the bleed
holes (A). This is normal.

5. Remove the auto-tensioner (see page 10-12).


6. Remove the five bolts securing the water pump,
then remove the water pump (A) with water pump
pulley.

6 x 1.0 mm
12 Nm
(1.2 kgfm, 8.7 lbfft)

5. Install the auto-tensioner (see page 10-12).


6. Install the drive belt (see page 10-10).
7. Install the engine under cover and the splash shield
(see step 42 on page 5-19).

7. Inspect and clean the O-ring groove and the mating


surface with the engine block.
8. Install the water pump with a new O-ring (B) in the
reverse order of removal.
9. Clean up any spilled engine coolant.
10. Refill the radiator with engine coolant, then bleed
the air from the cooling system with the heater
valve open (see step 8 on page 10-7).
11. Install the splash shield, then install the engine
under cover (see step 42 on page 5-19).

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Cooling System
Coolant Check
1. Look at the coolant level in the coolant reservoir
tank. Make sure it is between the MAX mark (A) and
the MIN mark (B).

Coolant Replacement
1. Start the engine. Set the heater temperature control
dial to maximum heat, then turn off the ignition
switch. Make sure the engine and radiator are cool
to the touch.
2. Remove the radiator cap.

3. Remove the five clips and the two bolts securing


the engine undercover, then open the engine
undercover (see step 2 on page 8-10).
B

4. Loosen the drain plug (A), and drain the coolant.

2. If the coolant level in the coolant reservoir tank is at


or below the MIN mark, add coolant to bring it
between the MIN mark and the MAX mark, then
inspect the cooling system for leaks.
A

5. Remove the drain bolt (A) from the rear side of the
engine block.

A
78 Nm
(8.0 kgfm, 58 lbfft)

6. After the coolant has drained, reinstall the drain


bolt with a new washer.
7. Tighten the radiator drain plug securely.

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8. Loosen the air bleed bolt (A) on the connecting pipe


joint.

A
9.8 Nm
(1.0 kgfm, 7.2 lbfft)

11. Install the radiator cap loosely.


12. Start the engine and let it run until it warms up (the
radiator fan comes on at least twice).
13. Turn off the engine. Check the level in the radiator
and add Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2
if needed.
14. Fill the coolant reservoir to between the MAX mark
(A) and the MIN mark (B) with Honda Long Life
Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2.

9. Pour Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2


(P/N OL999-9001) into the radiator, and tighten the
bleed bolt as soon as coolant starts to run out in a
steady stream.

10. Pour Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2


into the radiator up to the base of the filler neck.
NOTE:
Always use Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant
Type 2. Using a non-Honda coolant can result in
corrosion, causing the cooling system to
malfunction or fail.
Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2 is a
mixture of 50 % antifreeze and 50 % water. Do
not add water.

15. Put the radiator cap on tightly, then run the engine
again and check for leaks.
16. Clean up any spilled engine coolant.

Engine Coolant Capacities (Including the coolant


reservoir capacity of 0.4 L (0.11 US gal))
At Coolant Change:
4.75 L (1.25 US gal)
After Engine Overhaul: 6.0 L (1.59 US gal)

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Cooling System
Thermostat Replacement
Removal

Installation

1. Drain the engine coolant (see page 10-6).


2. Remove the air cleaner assembly (see page 11-381).
3. Remove the upper radiator hose (A), the lower
radiator hose (B), the heater hoses (C), and the
water bypass hose (D).

C
B

1. Remove old liquid gasket from the water passage,


thermostat housing mating surfaces, bolts, and bolt
holes.
2. Apply a 1.5 mm wide bead of the liquid gasket on
the water passage, P/N 08717-0004, 08718-0001,
08718-0003, or 08718-0009, along the broken lines
(A). Install the component within 5 minutes of
applying the liquid gasket.
NOTE:
If you apply liquid gasket P/N 08718-0012, the
component must be installed with 4 minutes.
If too much time has passed after applying the
liquid gasket, remove the old liquid gasket and
residue, then reapply new liquid gasket.

4. Remove the water passage (A), then remove the


thermostat (B).

3. Install the rubber seal (A) on the thermostat (B),


then install the thermostat with the pin (C) up.
B

B
A
6 x 1.0 mm
12 Nm
(1.2 kgfm, 8.7 lbfft)

4. Install the water passage (D).


NOTE: After assembly, wait at least 30 minutes
before filling the engine with coolant.

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5. Install the upper radiator hose (A), the lower


radiator hose (B), the heater hoses (C), and the
water bypass hose (D).

C
B

6. Install the air cleaner assembly (see page 11-381).


7. Refill the radiator with engine coolant, and bleed
air from the cooling system with the heater valve
open (see step 8 on page 10-7).

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Cooling System
Drive Belt Inspection

Drive Belt Replacement

1. Inspect the belt for cracks and damage. If the belt is


cracked or damaged, replace it.

1. Move the auto-tensioner (A) to relieve tension from


the drive belt (B), and remove the drive belt.

2. Check that the auto-tensioner indicator (A) is within


the standard range (B) as shown. If it is out of the
standard range, replace the drive belt (see page
10-10).

A
B

2. Install the new belt in the reverse order of removal.

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Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Inspection


1. Check whether there is a change in the position of
the auto-tensioner indicator before starting the
engine and after starting the engine. If there is a
change in the position, replace the auto-tensioner.

5. Remove the auto-tensioner (see page 10-12).


6. Install the tensioner pulley.
7. 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.

A
B

2. Check for abnormal noise from the tensioner pulley.


If you hear abnormal noise, replace the tensioner
pulley.

3. Remove the drive belt (see page 10-10).


30

30

4. Move the auto-tensioner within its limit with the


belt tension release tool in the direction shown.
Check that the tensioner moves smoothly and
without any abnormal noise. If the tensioner does
not move smoothly or you hear abnormal noise,
replace the auto-tensioner.

8. Set the torque wrench (D) on the pulley bolt.


9. Align the indicator (E) on the tensioner arm with the
center mark (F) on the tensioner base 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 center mark,
recheck the torque.
Auto-Tensioner Spring Torque:
1013 Nm (1.01.3 kgm, 7.39.4 lbfft)

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Cooling System
Drive Belt Auto-tensioner Replacement
1. Remove the drive belt (see page 10-10).

4. Remove the auto-tensioner.

2. Remove the water pump pulley bolts.

6 x 1.0 mm
14 Nm
(1.4 kgfm, 10 lbfft)

3. Remove the auto-tensioner pulley.

8 x 1.25 mm
22 Nm
(2.2 kgfm, 16 lbfft)

5. Install the drive belt auto-tensioner in the reverse


order of removal.

10 x 1.25 mm
27 Nm
(2.8 kgfm, 20 lbfft)

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Radiator and Fan Replacement


10. Disconnect the hood latch switch connector (A),
then remove the mounting bolts (B) and the clips
(C).

1. Drain the engine coolant (see page 10-6).


2. Remove the front wheels.

3. Remove the splash shield and the engine


undercover (see step 22 on page 5-5).
4. Remove the engine cover (see step 7 on page 5-3).

C
C

5. Remove the resonator (see page 11-383).


6. Remove the intake air duct (see step 9 on page 5-3).
7. Remove the air cleaner assembly (see page 11-381).

B
6 x 1.0 mm
9.8 Nm
(1.0 kgfm, 7.2 lbfft)

8. Remove the front grille cover.


A

11. Remove the reserve tank hose (A) and the


mounting bolts (B), then remove the water filler (C).

B
6 x 1.0 mm
9.8 Nm
(1.0 kgfm, 7.2 lbfft)

9. Remove the clips (A) and the radiator mount upper


bracket/cushion (B).

B
A

6 x 1.0 mm
9.8 Nm
(1.0 kgfm, 7.2 lbfft)

(contd)

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Cooling System
Radiator and Fan Replacement (contd)
12. Remove the harness clamps (A), then disconnect
the radiator fan motor connector (B), A/C
condenser fan motor connector (C), and the
harness clamps (D).

14. Remove the upper radiator hose (A) and the lower
radiator hose (B), then remove the water lower pipe
mounting bolts (C).

C
D

C
6 x 1.0 mm
12 Nm
(1.2 kgfm, 8.7 lbfft)

B
D

13. Remove the bulkhead.

6 x 1.0 mm
9.8 Nm
(1.0 kgfm, 7.2 lbfft)

15. Raise the vehicle on the lift to full height.


16. Drain the CVT fluid (CVTF) (see page 14-208).
17. Remove the ATF cooler hoses (A) and the lower
radiator hose (B).

18. Disconnect the engine coolant temperature (ECT)


sensor 2 connector (C), then remove the clamp (D).
19. Lower the vehicle on the lift.

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20. Remove the upper radiator hose (A) and the water
filler hose (B).

22. Pull up the radiator (A), then remove the ECT


sensor 2 (B), the drain plug (C), the O-rings (D), and
the lower cushions (E).

A
A

D
Replace.
E
C
D
Replace.
E

21. Remove the mounting bolts (A), then pull up the


radiator fan shroud assembly (B) and the A/C
condenser fan shroud assembly (C).

A
6 x 1.0 mm
7 Nm
(0.7 kgfm, 5 lbfft)

B
10 x 1.25 mm
12 Nm
(1.2 kgfm, 8.7 lbfft)

23. Install the radiator in the reverse order of removal.


Make sure the upper and lower cushions are set
securely.

24. Install the bulkhead in the reverse order of removal.


Apply touch-up paint to the bulkhead mounting
bolts.
25. Adjust the hood latch alignment (see page 20-125).

26. Fill the radiator with engine coolant, then bleed the
air from the cooling system (see step 8 on page
10-7).

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Fan Controls
Component Location Index

UNDER-HOOD
FUSE/RELAY BOX

FAN CONTROL RELAY


Test, page 22-59

RADIATOR FAN RELAY


Test, page 22-59

A/C CONDENSER FAN ASSEMBLY


Motor Test, page 10-4

A/C CONDENSER FAN RELAY


Test, page 22-59

RADIATOR FAN ASSEMBLY


Motor Test, page 10-4

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE


(ECT) SENSOR 2
Replacement, page 11-238

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index


Symptom
Engine overheats

Diagnostic Procedure
Check the coolant level.
Check for any engine coolant leakage (from
gaskets, hoses, O-rings, etc.).
3.
Check for dirt, leaves, or insects on the radiator
and the A/C condenser.
Check for deteriorated coolant.
4.
Check for damaged or deformed fan shroud.
5.
Inspect the fan motors (see page 10-4) or fan
6.
relays (see page 22-59).
Check the radiator cap (see page 10-3).
7.
Check the thermostat (see page 10-4).
8.
Inspect the water pump (see page 10-5).
9.
10. Check for plugged or deteriorated radiator
hose.
11. Check for plugged heater core or hoses.
12. Check for damaged cylinder head gasket.
The radiator fan runs at low speed, Radiator fan high speed circuit troubleshooting
(see page 10-19).
but it does not run at high speed
when the engine coolant
temperature is above 206 F
(97 C)
Remove the fan control relay, and test.
With the A/C off and the engine
coolant temperature at 206 F
If the relay is faulty, replace it.
(97 C) or below, the A/C
If the relay is OK, check for short in the wire
between fan control relay 5P socket terminal No. 1
condenser fan runs at high speed
and radiator fan motor 2P connector terminal No. 1.
and the radiator fan does not run.
When the engine coolant
temperature is above 206 F
(97 C), both fans run at high
speed
Check for short in the wire between A/C condenser
The radiator fan and the A/C
fan relay 4P socket terminal No. 3 and PCM connector
condenser fan run at high speed
terminal A5.
with the ignition switch ON (II),
the A/C off, and the engine
coolant temperature below 204 F
(95 C)
Check for short in the wire between radiator fan relay
Both the radiator fan and the A/C
4P socket terminal No. 4 and PCM connector terminal
condenser fan run at low speed
A4.
with the ignition switch ON (II)
and the A/C off
Both the radiator fan and the A/C
Radiator and A/C condenser fans low speed circuit
condenser fan do not run at low
troubleshooting (see page 21-77).
speed with the A/C on
A/C condenser fans high speed circuit
The A/C condenser fan does not
troubleshooting (see page 21-81).
run at all. The radiator fan does
not run at low speed, but it runs at
high speed
Check for open in the wire between A/C condenser
Both the radiator fan and the A/C
fan relay 4P socket terminal No. 3 and PCM connector
condenser fan do not run at high
terminal A5.
speed when the engine coolant
temperature is above 206 F
(97 C)

Also check for

1.
2.

Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors

Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors

Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors

Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors
Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors
Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors
Cleanliness and
tightness of all
connectors

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Fan Controls
Circuit Diagram

12 V
BATTERY

UNDER-HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX

UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY BOX

IGNITION SWITCH
No. 2 (50 A)

No. 1 (100 A)

H1

WHT

BAT

ORN

C3 No. 36 (10 A)

G12

IG2
IG2 HOT in ON (II)
No. 11
(15 A)

D1

1
PGM-FI
SUB
RELAY

RADIATOR
FAN
DIODE
No. 7
(20 A)

No. 15
(7.5 A)

No. 6
(20 A)
5

F7

F2

FAN
CONTROL
RELAY

1
A/C
CONDENSER
FAN RELAY

RADIATOR
FAN
RELAY

A/C
DIODE
4

F16

PNK

F14

F1

F11

GRY

BLK

RED

BLU

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE (ECT)


SENSOR 2

F12

PUR

2
A/C
CONDENSER
FAN
MOTOR

RADIATOR
FAN
MOTOR
1

1
2

1
BLK

GRN

BLK

G301
PCM

A21
SUBRLY

12 V

G301

A33

A9

A5

A4

ECT2

SG3

FANH

FANL

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Radiator Fan High Speed Circuit Troubleshooting


1. Check the No. 7 (20 A) fuse in the under-hood
fuse/relay box.

4. Connect radiator fan relay 4P socket terminals


No. 1 and No. 2 with a jumper wire.

Is the f use OK ?

RADIATOR FAN RELAY 4P SOCKET

YESGo to step 2.
NOReplace the fuse and recheck.

JUMPER WIRE

2. Remove the radiator fan relay from the under-hood


fuse/relay box and test it (see page 22-59).

Is the relay OK ?
YESGo to step 3.

Terminal side of female terminals

NOReplace the radiator fan relay.

Does the radiator f an run at high speed?


3. Measure the voltage between radiator fan relay 4P
socket terminal No.1 and body ground.

YESGo to step 5.

RADIATOR FAN RELAY 4P SOCKET

NORepair open in the wire between radiator fan


relay 4P socket terminal No. 2 and radiator fan
motor 2P connector terminal No. 2.
5. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).
6. Measure the voltage between radiator fan relay 4P
socket terminal No. 4 and body ground.

RADIATOR FAN RELAY 4P SOCKET

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there battery voltage?


YESGo to step 4.
NORepair open in the wire between radiator fan
relay 4P socket terminal No. 1 and the under-hood
fuse/relay box.

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there battery voltage?


YESRepair open in the wire between radiator fan
relay 4P socket terminal No. 4 and powertrain
control module (PCM) connector terminal A4.
NORepair open in the wire between radiator fan
relay 4P socket terminal No. 3 and the under-dash
fuse/relay box.

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