Take care, Rob To really experience what I'm talking about, take it out to a safe place in the snow sometime, and mash down hard on the accelerator. Thanks, Mike Jun 12, 2011 Hi there! Back off adjusting nut in equalizer. Release parking brake lever fully. When it detects either of the front wheels losing traction, it automatically engages four-wheel drive. The system automatically turns off once you have equal traction with all four wheels.
If you lose traction at the front wheels, the pressure difference between the two pumps activates a multi-disc clutch that splits the torque between the front and rear wheels. Release parking brake lever fully. Pull back carpet under driver's seat. If the computer determines the wheel is spinning faster than the other ones, it uses hydraulics to engage the rear end differential and presto. Remove screw and bolt for parking brake equalizer cover. Reinstall return spring and parking brake equalizer cover. This happened about 3-4 times so far.
Release parking brake lever fully, and check that parking brakes do not drag when rear wheels are turned. Fuel economy city 23 mpg Exterior length 178. If a larger adjustment is required, follow major adjustment procedures using an adjuster at parking brake drum. Under normal conditions, the pumps work at the same speed. When four-wheel drive is active, power is split between the front and rear axles. Ground clearance min 206mm 8.
It tends to pull right or left sharp and thencorrects itself. Tighten adjusting nut until parking brakes drag slightly when rear wheels are turned. Then back off adjuster 8 clicks, and install access plug. Is there a wayto reset the all wheel drive system?. Let me explain it simply. Sounds crazy, but you may have way too much air pressure in the front tires. Move driver's seat all the way forward.
Engine bore x stroke 3. Make sure parking brakes are fully applied when parking brake lever is pulled all the way. Pull back carpet under driver's seat. Move driver's seat all the way forward. You do nothing, no switches, no levers, the computer does it all for you. Once you regain traction, the hydraulic pressure between the two pumps equalizes and all torque is returned to the front wheels.
The system has two hydraulic pumps -- one driven by the front wheels and one driven by the rear differential. Posted on Mar 09, 2009 To really experience what I'm talking about, take it out to a safe place in the snow sometime, and mash down hard on the accelerator. Unfortunately Honda has no explanation or solution for this problem. Could the car alarm cause anymalfunction? Remove screw and bolt for parking brake equalizer cover. Hold onto that steering wheel! Front curb weight 1,786 lbs.
Pull parking brake lever one click. Turn ratchet teeth on adjuster assembly with a flat-head screwdriver until shoes lock against drum. Please do rate my answer. Hold onto that steering wheel! Can you specify if you are referring to the engine intake air filter or the cabin air filter? Single stainless steel exhaust S Chrome tailpipe O Front-wheel drive S Battery amp hours 47Ah 4 speed automatic transmission S Overdrive S Transmission lock-up torque converter S Gold tailpipe O Axle ratio 4. Aluminum cylinder head S Fuel economy city 23 mpg Torque 162 lbs. I have been incredibly dissapointed with this car, and will never get another Honda.
If you are referencing the cabin air filter, the attached youtube video should help. . . . .