Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Brake System Page 1

Brake System Description - Overview
Vacuum Pump
Under the certain conditions, especially high altitude, the value of the vacuum pressure supplied from the intake manifold will not
satisfy the value of the vacuum pressure needed from the brake system. To compensate for the lack of the vacuum pressure, this
vehicle is equipped with a vacuum pump.
The vacuum pump is driven by the camshaft and it always drives while the engine is running.
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Contents Summary of Brake System

  • Page 1Brake System Description - Overview Vacuum Pump Under the certain conditions, especially high altitude, the value of the vacuum pressure supplied from the intake manifold will not satisfy the value of the vacuum pressure needed from the brake system. To compensate for the lack of the vacuum pressure
  • Page 2Brake System Inspection and Test 1. Brake System - Inspect Inspect the brake system components listed. Repair or replace any parts that are leaking or damaged. Component Inspections: Component Procedure Also check for Master cylinder Look for damage or signs of fluid leakage at: Bulging seal at rese
  • Page 35. Apply steady pressure to the brake pedal for 3 minutes. 6. Watch the tape measure. If the measurement increases 10 mm (0.39 in) or less, the master cylinder is OK. If the measurement increases more than 10 mm (0.39 in), replace the master cylinder. cardiagn.com
  • Page 4Automatic Brake Hold Switch Removal, Installation, and Test 1. Center Console Shift Panel - Remove 2. Automatic Brake Hold Switch - Remove 1. Remove the electric parking brake/automatic brake hold switch (A). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the automatic brake hold switch (A). 3. All Removed Parts - Install
  • Page 51. On the switch side, measure the resistance between the automatic brake hold switch 4P connector terminals No. 1 and No. 2 according to the table. 2. If there is no resistance in one or more positions, replace the switch. Position Resistance PRESSED About 559 Ω RELEASED About 2200 Ω cardiagn.com
  • Page 6Brake Booster Pushrod Clearance Adjustment Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Booster Piston Holder 070AB-SJA0100 cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Brake booster pushrod to piston clearance must be checked and readjusted before installing a new master cylinde
  • Page 71. Brake Booster Pushrod Clearance - Adjust cardiagn.com 1. Measure the clearance between the tool (A) supplied with master cylinder and brake booster pushrod (B). 2. Make sure that the tool is lying flat against the surface (C) of the brake booster, and that the tip of the tool contacts the pushrod
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  • Page 93. If the clearance is incorrect, use the booster piston holder to hold the pushrod (A) and turn the adjusting screw (B) clockwise to move the pushrod inwards or counterclockwise to move it outward. cardiagn.com
  • Page 10Brake Booster Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for 1.5 L engine. 1. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 2. Master Cylinder - Remove 3. 12 Volt
  • Page 11USA and Mexico models (except Type-R) 2. Remove the 12 volt battery base (A) and the 12 volt battery patch (B). NOTE: During installation, tighten the bolts to the specified torque in the numbered sequence shown. cardiagn.com Canada models (except Type-R)
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  • Page 134. Brake Line - Remove 1. Remove the brake lines (A) from the brake line clamp (B). cardiagn.com 5. Heater Hose - Remove 1. Remove the heater hoses (A) from the heater hose clamp (B). 6. Throttle Body - Remove (Type-R) 7. Brake Booster - Remove
  • Page 141. Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose (A) from the brake booster. 2. Remove the lock pin (A). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the clevis pin (B). NOTE: During installation, apply multipurpose grease to the clevis pin in the brake pedal. 4. Remove the brake booster mounting nuts (C). 5. Remove the yoke
  • Page 156. Remove the brake booster (A) from the engine compartment. NOTE: Be careful not to damage the brake booster surfaces and threads of the brake booster stud bolts. Be careful not to bend or damage the other components hoses and lines. 7. Remove the brake booster gasket (B). NOTE: Use a new brake boo
  • Page 16Brake Booster Test NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for 1.5 L engine. 1. Brake Booster Functional - Test 1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, press the brake pedal several times to deplete the vacuum reservoir, then press the brake pedal hard and hold
  • Page 175. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, reconnect the vacuum hose to the brake booster. 6. Start the engine, and then pinch the brake booster vacuum hose between the check valve and the booster. 7. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, and wait 30 seconds. Press the brake pedal several times
  • Page 18Brake Booster Vacuum Pump Removal, Installation, and Test Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Vacuum Gauge 07YAJ-0010610 cardiagn.com Tube Joint Adapter 07410-5790503 1. Vacuum Pump - Test
  • Page 191. Disconnect the vacuum hose (A). 2. Connect it to the vacuum gauge and the tube joint adapter, then connect the plug (B) as shown. NOTE: Wrap the thread seal tape around the threads of the vacuum gauge, when connecting the vacuum gauge to the tube joint adapter. 3. Start the engine, and wait for 9
  • Page 201. Remove the bolt (A) and the clip (B). 2. Remove the vacuum pump holder (A). cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Vacuum Pump Holder 1. Vacuum Pump Holder - Install
  • Page 211. Apply liquid gasket to the vacuum pump holder mating surface of the cylinder head and sensor cover. 2. Install the vacuum pump holder (A) with a new O-ring (B). cardiagn.com 3. Install the bolt (A) and the clip (B). Vacuum Pump 2. Vacuum Pump - Install
  • Page 221. Install the vacuum pump (A) with a new O-ring (B). NOTE: When installing the vacuum pump, set the vacuum pump and camshaft (C). Before installing, apply a small amount of engine oil to the new O-ring. 2. Connect the vacuum hose (D). cardiagn.com
  • Page 23Brake Fluid Level Switch Test NOTE: If both the ABS/VSA indicator and the brake system indicator (red) come on at the same time, check the VSA system for DTCs first. Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for M/T. 1. Brake Fluid Level Switch - Test 1. Disconnect the conn
  • Page 24Brake Hose and Line Inspection NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for 4-door. 1. Brake Hose and Line - Inspect 1. Inspect the brake hoses for damage, deterioration, leaks, interference, and twisting. 2. Check the brake lines for damage, rusting, and leaks. Also
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  • Page 26Brake Hose Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel - Remove 3. Brake Hose - Remove 1. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the brake hose clip (C). 3. Remove the ban
  • Page 272. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Brake Hose - Remove 1. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B). 2. Remove the brake hose clip (C). 3. Remove the banjo bolt (D), and disconnect the brake hose from the caliper body. 4. Remove the brake hose. cardiagn.com NOTE: Review the Service Precautions be
  • Page 281. Install the brake hose (A) with the brake hose mounting bolt (B). 2. Connect the brake hose to the caliper body with the banjo bolt (C) and new sealing washers (D). 3. Install the new brake hose clip (E) to the brake hose. 4. Connect the brake line (F) to the brake hose. 2. Brake System - Bleed c
  • Page 291. Install the brake hose (A) with the brake hose mounting bolt (B). 2. Connect the brake hose to the caliper body with the banjo bolt (C) and new sealing washers (D). 3. Install the new brake hose clip (E) to the brake hose. 4. Connect the brake line (F) to the brake hose. cardiagn.com 2. Brake Sys
  • Page 30Brake Hose Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel - Remove 3. Front Brake Hose - Remove 1. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the brake hose clip (C). 3. Disconne
  • Page 313. Brake Hose - Remove 1. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake hose (B). 2. Remove the brake hose clip (C). 3. Remove the banjo bolt (D), and disconnect the brake hose from the caliper body. 4. Remove the brake hose. cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Servic
  • Page 321. Install the brake hose (A) with the mounting bolt (B). 2. Install the brake hose joint (C) and the brake hose bracket (D). 3. Connect the brake line (E) to the brake hose joint. 4. Install the new brake hose clip (F) to the brake hose. 5. Connect the brake line (G) to the brake hose. cardiagn.com
  • Page 331. Install the brake hose (A) with the brake hose mounting bolt (B). 2. Connect the brake hose to the caliper body with the banjo bolt (C) and new sealing washers (D). 3. Install the new brake hose clip (E) to the brake hose. 4. Connect the brake line (F) to the brake hose. cardiagn.com 2. Brake Sys
  • Page 34Brake Master Cylinder Inspection 1. Master Cylinder - Inspect NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Do not try to disassemble the master cylinder assembly. Replace the master cylinder assembly with a new part if necessary. Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations use
  • Page 35Brake Master Cylinder Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Press the brake pedal several times to deplete the vacuum in the brake booster. Be careful when handling the master cylinder. Do not hold it at
  • Page 362. Disconnect the connector (A). 3. M/T: Disconnect the clutch reservoir hose (B) from the master cylinder reservoir (C). 4. Disconnect the brake lines (D) from the master cylinder. To prevent spills, cover the hose joints with clean rags or shop towels. 5. Remove the nuts (E). 6. Except Type-R: Rem
  • Page 37Brake Pedal and Brake Pedal Position Switch Adjustment NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Steering Joint Cover - Remove 2. Brake Pedal Height - Inspect M/T 1. Pull back the carpet, and find the cutout (A) in the insulation. 2. Measure the pedal height (B) from the left side middle of th
  • Page 381. Turn the brake pedal position switch (A) 45 ° counterclockwise, and pull it back until it is no longer touching the brake pedal (B). 2. Loosen the pushrod locknut (A). 3. Screw the pushrod (B) in or out with pliers until the cardiagn.com standard pedal height from the floor is reached. NOTE: Do n
  • Page 391. Lift up on the brake pedal by hand. 2. Push in the brake pedal position switch (A) until its plunger is fully pressed (threaded end (B) touching the pad (C) on the pedal arm). 3. Turn the switch 45 ° clockwise to lock it. The gap between the brake pedal position switch and the pad is automaticall
  • Page 40Brake Pedal Pad Cover Removal and Installation Wear goggles or safety glasses to prevent eye injury. NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for MT. 1. Brake Pedal Pad Cover - Remove 1. Cover the carpet under the brake pedal to prevent metal shavings from getting on
  • Page 411. Brake Pedal Pad Cover - Install 1. Set the pedal cover on the pedal pad cover. 2. Firmly install the pedal pad cover (A) with the rivets (B). 3. Make sure the pedal cover and pad cover are securely fastened on the brake pedal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 42Brake Pedal Position Switch Removal and Installation 1. Brake Pedal Position Switch - Remove Do not connect the brake pedal position switch connector with the brake pedal position switch removed. The engine may start if the start/stop button is pressed as the system interprets that the brake pedal i
  • Page 43Brake Pedal Position Switch Test 1. Brake Pedal Position Switch - Test Do not connect the brake pedal position switch connector with the brake pedal position switch removed. The engine may start if the start/stop button is pressed as the system interprets that the brake pedal is depressed. Unintende
  • Page 44Brake Pedal Removal and Installation NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for CVT. 1. Brake Pedal - Remove 1. Remove the brake pedal support member (A). 2. Disconnect the connector (B). 3. Remove the clips (C). 4. Remove the lock pin (D). cardiagn.com 5. Remove t
  • Page 45Brake System Symptom Troubleshooting - Rapid brake pad wear, vehicle vibration (after a long drive), or high, hard brake pedal cardiagn.com Rapid brake pad wear, vehicle vibration (after a long drive), or high, hard brake pedal NOTE: Make sure that the caliper pins are installed correctly. The upper
  • Page 46Is there brake drag at any of the wheels? YES Go to step 3. NO Replace the brake booster.■ 3. Brake pedal position switch check: ‐1. Without removing the brake lines, unbolt and separate the master cylinder from the brake booster, then spin the wheels to check for brake drag. Is there brake drag at
  • Page 47CMBS OFF Switch Removal, Installation, and Test 1. Driver's Dashboard Lower Cover - Remove 2. CMBS OFF Switch - Remove NOTE: Position of the switch is different depending on the model. cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 1. CMBS OFF Switc
  • Page 482. Check the LED for illumination when connecting battery power and ground to the switch terminals according to the table. NOTE: Note this important operating characteristic; diode bias causes a diode to fully conduct electricity in one direction (forward), while not at all in the opposite direction
  • Page 49Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) Description - Overview The CMBS can detect a possible collision and assists brake operation to reduce the impact on occupants and vehicle damage. CMBS Operation Sequence: cardiagn.com 1. When a speed difference between your vehicle and the leading vehicle or
  • Page 50cardiagn.com The braking force does not change whether the object is a pedestrian or a vehicle. The multipurpose camera unit records the number of operations from vehicle ON mode to OFF (LOCK) mode. When the limit for the number of operations is exceeded, “excessive CMBS operation” is judged and the
  • Page 51Vehicle Ahead Opposite Pedestrian Vehicle Conditions for the object Passenger vehicles, subcompact, or Adult (judgment basically is by large vehicle (The system may have body height. Analysis is difficulty recognizing two wheeled performed for compatibility with vehicles, like motorcycles, or other
  • Page 52Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) Description - Overview The CMBS can detect a possible collision and assists brake operation to reduce the impact on occupants and vehicle damage. CMBS Operation Sequence: cardiagn.com 1. When a speed difference between your vehicle and the leading vehicle or
  • Page 53cardiagn.com The multipurpose camera unit records the number of operations from vehicle ON mode to OFF (LOCK) mode. When the limit for the number of operations is exceeded, “excessive CMBS operation” is judged and the CMBS function is disabled. The warning indicator comes on and DTCs are stored. The
  • Page 54Vehicle Ahead Opposite Pedestrian Vehicle Conditions for the object Passenger vehicles, subcompact, or Adult (judgment basically is by large vehicle (The system may have body height. Analysis is difficulty recognizing two wheeled performed for compatibility with vehicles, like motorcycles, or other
  • Page 55Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) Description - System Diagram The system diagram of the CMBS is shown below. For locations of each component on vehicle, refer to Component Location Index: EPS motor/control unit Gauge control module Millimeter wave radar Multipurpose camera unit PCM SRS unit
  • Page 56Originating Unit Signal Name Multipurpose camera unit Object recognition information Multipurpose camera unit failure information cardiagn.com
  • Page 57Originating Unit Signal Name PCM Accelerator pedal position (APP) sensor signal Brake pedal position switch signal Shift position status Transmission failure information SRS unit Yaw rate sensor signal Yaw rate sensor failure information Longitudinal acceleration sensor signal VSA modulator-control
  • Page 58Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS) Description - System Diagram The system diagram of the CMBS is shown below. For locations of each component on vehicle, refer to Component Location Index: EPS motor/control unit Gauge control module Multipurpose camera unit SRS unit VSA modulator-control unit
  • Page 59Originating Unit Signal Name VSA modulator-control unit Master cylinder pressure signal VSA system failure information Wheel speed sensor signals cardiagn.com
  • Page 60Multipurpose Camera Unit Transmitting Signal: Destination Unit Signal Name EPS motor/control unit Steering wheel vibration request signal Gauge control module Buzzer request signal CMBS status information Multi information display (MID) screen requirement: - CMBS indicator - CMBS indicates for self-
  • Page 61Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Circuit Diagram cardiagn.com
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  • Page 63Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Circuit Diagram Without keyless access system cardiagn.com Without keyless access system
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  • Page 67Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Circuit Diagram Without keyless access system cardiagn.com Without keyless access system
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  • Page 71Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Component Location Index cardiagn.com M/T
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  • Page 73Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Symptom Troubleshooting - CMBS indicator (on the MID) does not go off CMBS indicator (on the MID) does not go off cardiagn.com 1. DTCs check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. ‐2. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description DTC Are any DTCs indicated? Y
  • Page 74Are any DTCs indicated? YES Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting.■ NO Go to step 3. 3. PGM-FI system DTC check: ‐1. Check for DTCs with the HDS. DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC Are any DTCs indicated? YES Go to the indicated DTC's troubleshooting.■ NO Go to step 4. 4. Gauge control mo
  • Page 75Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Diagnostic procedure Also check for CMBS OFF switch does not turn 1. Do the gauge control module An open or On/turn Off (CMBS indicator does not self-diagnostic function procedure. increased change) resistance in 2. Tes
  • Page 76Conventional Brake Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 78Conventional Brake Service Precautions Frequent inhalation of brake pad dust, regardless of material composition, could be hazardous to your health. Avoid breathing dust particles. Never use an air hose or brush to clean brake assemblies. Use an OSHA-approved vacuum cleaner. Check the following prec
  • Page 79Conventional Brake Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Diagnostic Procedure Also check for Brake system indicator (amber) With multipurpose camera unit: Check for collision mitigation braking does not go off system (CMBS) DTCs. Check for VSA System DTCs. With multipurpose camera unit: Check for co
  • Page 80Conventional Brake System Bleeding NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. The reservoir connected to the master cylinder must be at the MAX (upper) level mark at the start of the bleeding procedure and checked after bleeding each
  • Page 812. Bleed the brake system in the sequence shown. 3. Brake System - Bleed cardiagn.com 1. Attach a length of clear drain tube (A) to the bleed screw (B). 2. Submerge the other end of the drain tube into a clear plastic catch bottle of brake fluid (C). 3. Have an assistant slowly pump the brake pedal
  • Page 82NOTE: When bleeding the brake system, air can get trapped inside the rear calipers. This is due to the complex fluid path inside electric parking brake calipers. Therefore this procedure is necessary. cardiagn.com
  • Page 83Conventional Brake System Bleeding NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. The reservoir connected to the master cylinder must be at the MAX (upper) level mark at the start of the bleeding procedure and checked after bleeding each
  • Page 842. Bleed the brake system in the sequence shown. 3. Brake System - Bleed cardiagn.com Front-outside 1. Attach a length of clear drain tube (A) to the bleed screw (B). 2. Submerge the other end of the drain tube into a clear plastic catch bottle of brake fluid (C). 3. Have an assistant slowly pump th
  • Page 85Front-inside Rear cardiagn.com 4. Brake System - Bleed (Inside of Rear Brake Caliper) 1. Apply and release the parking brake 5 times, then bleed the rear brakes again. NOTE: When bleeding the brake system, air can get trapped inside the rear calipers. This is due to the complex fluid path inside ele
  • Page 86Front Brake Caliper Overhaul Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1
  • Page 87cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Replace 1. Piston - Remove
  • Page 881. Set the wooden block (A) or several shop towels in the caliper body (B) as shown. 2. Blow out the piston (C) with compressed air gradually, and remove the piston from the caliper body. NOTE: Do not put your hand into the caliper body because the piston will come out forcibly from the caliper body
  • Page 89cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Caliper Pin, Pin Boot, and Pin Bushing - Install
  • Page 901. Apply a thin coat of Honda silicone grease (P/N 08C30- B0234M) or service set grease (NIGLUBE RM) to caliper pin A, caliper pin B, the pin bushing (C), and the pin boots (D). 2. Install the pin boots to the caliper bracket. 3. Install the pin bushing to caliper pin B. 4. Install caliper pin A and
  • Page 911. Apply brake fluid to the outer surface of the piston (A), then set the piston in place on the caliper body (B). 2. Install the brake caliper piston compressor tool (A) on the caliper body (B). cardiagn.com 3. Press in the piston with the brake caliper piston compressor tool. NOTE: Make sure that
  • Page 92Front Brake Caliper Overhaul Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1
  • Page 93cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Replace 1. Piston - Remove 1. Set the wooden block (A) or several shop towels in the caliper body (B) as shown. 2. Blow out the piston (C) with compressed air gradually, and remove the piston from the caliper body. NOTE: Do not put your hand
  • Page 94NOTE: Be careful not to damage the inner surface of the cylinder wall with the tool. 3. Bleed Screw - Remove 4. Caliper Pin and Pin Boot - Remove NOTE: The upper and lower caliper pins are different. During installation, make sure the caliper pins are in the proper positions. NOTE: Where icon is sho
  • Page 95Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Caliper Pin and Pin Boot - Install 1. Apply a thin coat of Honda silicone grease (P/N 08C30- B0234M) or caliper set grease (NIGLUBE RM) to the caliper pins (A) and the pin boots (B). NOTE: Use the grease that is included in the caliper set. 2. Install the pin b
  • Page 964. Piston - Install 1. Apply brake fluid to the outer surface of the piston (A), then set the piston in place on the caliper body (B). cardiagn.com 2. Install the brake caliper piston compressor (A) on the caliper body (B). 3. Press in the piston with the brake caliper piston compressor. NOTE: Make
  • Page 97Front Brake Caliper Overhaul Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Handle the caliper body with care, as
  • Page 98Detailed information, notes, and precautions Replace cardiagn.com 1. Bleed Screw - Remove 2. Piston - Remove
  • Page 991. Adjust the brake caliper piston compressor (A) so that the clearance between the plate (B) of the brake caliper piston compressor and each of the outer and inner pistons is 10 mm (0.39 in) or so. 2. Hold the brake caliper piston compressor so that equal force is applied by the plate to the two ou
  • Page 1001. Lift the piston boots (A) with the tip of a screwdriver or a similar tool. 2. Remove the piston boots (A). 3. Remove the piston seals (B). cardiagn.com NOTE: Be careful not to damage the inner surfaces of the cylinder wall with the tool. NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. R
  • Page 101Detailed information, notes, and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) cardiagn.com Replace 1. Piston Seal, Piston Boot, and Piston - Install 1. Apply brake fluid to the piston seals (A). 2. Install the piston seals. 3. Apply brake fluid to the outer surfaces of the pistons (B) and the piston boot
  • Page 102NOTE: Do not press the piston diagonally, and do not force it. Be careful not to damage the piston boots when pressing in the pistons. 7. Install the piston boots to the caliper body. NOTE: Make sure that the piston boots are properly positioned into the grooves (D) of the caliper body. 2. Bleed Scr
  • Page 103Front Brake Caliper Removal and Installation How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Hose - Remove 1. Disconnect the brake hose from the caliper body. cardiagn.com 4. Brake Caliper Body
  • Page 1046. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com 7. Brake System - Bleed
  • Page 105Front Brake Caliper Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Caliper - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Disconnect the brake line (A) from the brake caliper body (B)
  • Page 106Front Brake Disc Inspection NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Pad - Remove 4. Brake Disc Thickness and Parallelism - Inspect cardiagn.com 1. Using a micrometer (A), measure the brake disc thickness at eight points, about 45 ° apart and 1
  • Page 1071. Inspect the brake disc to wheel surface for damage and cracks. 2. Clean the brake disc thoroughly, and remove all rust. 3. Install suitable flat washers (A) and the wheel nuts (B). 4. Tighten the wheel nuts to the specified torque to hold the brake disc securely against the hub. 5. Set up the dia
  • Page 108Front Brake Disc Inspection NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. The brake disc cannot be resurfaced for any reason and must be replaced if it meets or exceeds any listed service limit. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Pad - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Brake Disc Visual - Inspe
  • Page 1091. Using a micrometer (A), measure the brake disc thickness at eight points, about 45 ° apart and 10 mm (0.39 in) in from the outer edge of the brake disc. Replace the brake disc if the smallest measurement is less than the service limit. Brake disc thickness: Standard: 32.0 mm (1.260 in) Service li
  • Page 1108. Front Wheels - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 111Front Brake Disc Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Caliper - Remove 1. Remove the caliper assembly without disconnecting the brake hose from the caliper body. cardiagn.com 4. Front Brake
  • Page 112Front Brake Disc Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Check the brake disc for damage and cracks (A). If the brake disc is damaged, replace the brake disc. cardiagn.com 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels
  • Page 1131. Remove the brake disc flathead screw (A). 2. Remove the brake disc (B). NOTE: If the brake disc is stuck to the front hub, thread two 8 x 1.25 mm bolts (C) into the brake disc to push it away from the front hub. Turn each bolt 90 degrees at a time to prevent the brake disc from binding. 5. All Re
  • Page 114Front Brake Pad Inspection NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Pad - Inspect cardiagn.com
  • Page 115Inner pad 1. Check the thickness (A) of the inner pad (B) and the outer pad (C). Do not include the thickness of the backing plate. Brake pad thickness: Standard: 11.0 mm (0.433 in) Service limit: 1.6 mm (0.063 in) 2. If any part of the brake pad thickness is less than the service limit, replace the
  • Page 1164. Front Wheels - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 117Front Brake Pad Inspection NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Due to the high performance nature of the brake system, the brake disc and pads may wear faster than on the other models. Be sure to inspect the front brake disc thickness anytime the front pads are repl
  • Page 118Front Brake Pad Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Brake Fluid - Remove 1. Remove some brake fluid from the master cylinder re
  • Page 1191. Remove the flange bolt (A). 2. Pivot the caliper body (B) up out of the way. NOTE: Be careful when pivoting the caliper body up or the spring could pop out of position. Check the hose and the pin boots for damage and deterioration. cardiagn.com 3. Remove the pad return springs (A). 4. Remove the
  • Page 120NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Brake Pad - Install 1. Install the brake caliper piston compressor tool (A) on the caliper body (B). 2. Press in the piston with the brake caliper piston compressor tool. 3. Remove the brake caliper piston compressor tool. card
  • Page 12110. Install the pad return springs (E). 11. Pivot the caliper body (A) down into position. 12. Install the flange bolt (B). 13. Press the brake pedal several times to make sure the brakes work. NOTE: Engagement may require a greater pedal stroke immediately after the brake pads have been replaced as
  • Page 122Front Brake Pad Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Pad - Remove
  • Page 1231. Remove the flange bolt (A) while holding the caliper pin (B). NOTE: Be careful not to damage the pin boot. 2. Pivot the caliper body (C) up out of the way. NOTE: Be careful when pivoting the caliper body up or the spring could pop out of position. Check the hose and the pin boots for damage and d
  • Page 1241. Brake Pad - Install 1. Install the brake caliper piston compressor (A) on the caliper body (B). 2. Press in the piston with the brake caliper piston compressor. 3. Remove the brake caliper piston compressor. cardiagn.com 4. Apply a thin coat of M-77 assembly paste (P/N 08798- 9010) to the retaine
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  • Page 12611. Pivot the caliper body (A) down into position. 12. Install the flange bolt (B), and tighten it to the specified torque while holding the caliper pin (C). NOTE: Be careful not to damage the pin boot. 13. Press the brake pedal several times to make sure the brakes work. NOTE: Engagement may requir
  • Page 127Front Brake Pad Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Brake Caliper Piston Compressor 07AAE-SEPA101 cardiagn.com NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Due to the high performance nature of the brake system, the brake disc and pad
  • Page 1281. Remove the pad pins (A) from the caliper body by pushing from the outside to the inside with a commercially available pin driver (6.0 mm (0.236 in)) (B). 2. Remove the pad spring (C). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the brake pads (A). 4. Clean the caliper body (B) thoroughly; remove any rust, and check f
  • Page 1291. Install the brake caliper piston compressor (A) on the caliper body (B). 2. Press in the outside and inside pistons with the brake caliper piston compressor. 3. Remove the brake caliper piston compressor. 4. Install the brake pads (A) correctly with the wear indicator (B) on the upper outside pos
  • Page 1302. Front Wheels - Install 3. Brake Fluid - Refill 1. Add brake fluid as needed. cardiagn.com
  • Page 131How to Troubleshoot the Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) CMBS Indicator (Amber) When the CMBS detects a problem during operation, the CMBS stops operating, and the CMBS indicator and the brake system indicator (amber) turns on. NOTE: For CMBS function, review the Collision Mitigation Braki
  • Page 132When the CMBS is OK, the CMBS indicator comes on for a few seconds, then goes off after turning the vehicle to the ON mode. When you set the CMBS to OFF, the multipurpose camera unit turns on the CMBS indicator. When the system is activated, the MID indicates a brake system warning indicator and a w
  • Page 133System Protect Function (High temperature) (MULTIPURPOSE CAMERA HOT Indication) 2/4-door: If the following message appears: Some Driver Assist Systems Cannot Operate: Camera Temperature Too High appears on the MID, the CMBS stops operating 5-door: If the following message appears: Some Driver Assist
  • Page 134The term ''intermittent failure'' means a system may have had a failure, but it checks OK now. If you cannot reproduce the condition, check for intermittent failure DTCs. If intermittent failure DTCs are not stored, check for loose connections and terminals. Also check ground and power connections r
  • Page 135How to Troubleshoot the Road Departure Mitigation RDM Indicator (Amber) When the RDM system detects a problem during operation, the RDM system stops operating, and the RDM indicator and the brake system indicator (amber) turns on. NOTE: For RDM system function, review the Road Departure Mitigation (
  • Page 136it disables the RDM system, and turns on the RDM indicator. cardiagn.com
  • Page 137Dirt or dust detective function (Clean Millimeter Wave Radar Indication) If the millimeter wave radar or radar cover gets dirty, the RDM system stops operating and the following message will appear: Some Driver Assist Systems Cannot Operate: Radar Obstructed appears on the MID. Clean the millimeter
  • Page 138Multipurpose Camera Aiming Function If the multipurpose camera unit is removed or replaced, you must do the multipurpose camera aiming procedure. If the aiming is incomplete, the RDM indicator blinks. CAN Communications The RDM system communicates with other control units via the F-CAN. For RDM syst
  • Page 139How to Clear DTCs NOTE: Make sure the 12 volt battery is fully charged before you begin. 1. Connect the HDS. 2. In the DRIVING SUPPORT MENU of the HDS, select Integrated Driver Support System, then choose the clear DTCs icon, and follow the prompts. 3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then w
  • Page 140Rear Brake Caliper Overhaul Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Installer, Rear Brake Caliper Dust Boot 070AD-TV00100 cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. Do the brake pad maintenance mo
  • Page 141cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Replace 1. Piston Boot - Remove 2. Pin Bushing - Remove 3. Bleed Screw - Remove NOTE:
  • Page 142Where icon is shown, click for further information. Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Bleed Screw - Install 2. Pin Bushing - Install
  • Page 1433. Piston Boot - Install 1. Apply a thin coat of Honda silicone grease (P/N 08C30- B0234M) or ATE brake cylinder paste to inner of the piston boot (A). 2. Install the piston boot onto the piston. cardiagn.com 3. Install the commercially available brake caliper piston compressor tool (A) on the calip
  • Page 1445. Set the piston boot in place on the caliper body (A). 6. Install the commercially available brake caliper piston compressor tool (B) and the rear brake caliper dust boot installer (C). 7. Press in the piston boot with the brake caliper piston compressor tool and the rear brake caliper dust boot i
  • Page 145Rear Brake Caliper Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Parking Brake - Release 4. Connector (Electric Parking Brake Actuator) - Disconnect cardiagn.com NOTE: If the connector lock tab is difficult
  • Page 1461. Remove the housing clip (A). 2. Remove the caps (A). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the pin bolts (B). 4. Remove the caliper body (C). 7. Brake Caliper - Remove
  • Page 147cardiagn.com 8. Electric Parking Brake Actuator - Remove (If necessary) 9. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 10.Brake System - Bleed
  • Page 148Rear Brake Disc Inspection NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheels - Remove 3. Brake Pad - Remove 4. Brake Disc Thickness and Parallelism - Inspect cardiagn.com 1. Using a micrometer (A), measure the brake disc thickness at eight points, about 45 ° apart and 10
  • Page 1493. Inspect the brake disc runout. 5. Rear Brake Disc Runout - Inspect 1. Inspect the brake disc to wheel surface for damage and cracks. 2. Clean the brake disc thoroughly, and remove all rust. 3. Install suitable flat washers (A) and the wheel nuts (B). 4. Tighten the wheel nuts to the specified tor
  • Page 150Rear Brake Disc Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Parking Brake - Release 4. Brake Caliper - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Remove the caliper assembly without disconnecting the brake hose from the calip
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  • Page 1528. Parking Brake - Adjust 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Apply the parking brake, then release the parking brake. 3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. cardiagn.com
  • Page 153Rear Brake Pad Inspection NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheels - Remove 3. Rear Brake Pad - Inspect 1. Check the thickness (A) of the inner pad (B) and the outer pad (C). Do not include the thickness of the backing plate. cardiagn.com
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  • Page 155Rear Brake Pad Removal and Installation NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Brake Fluid - Remove 1. Remove some brake fluid from the master cylinder. 2. Vehicle - Lift 3. Rear Wheels - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Spindle - Return With using the HDS 1. Connect the HDS
  • Page 1562. Using an E11 TORX socket, turn the spindle (A) clockwise until it comes to a lock. 5. Brake Pad - Remove 1. Remove the housing clip (A). cardiagn.com 2. Disconnect the connector (A). NOTE: If the connector lock tab is difficult to release, push in on the connector body before pushing on the relea
  • Page 1577. Remove the brake pads (A). 8. Clean the caliper bracket and the caliper body thoroughly; remove any rust, and check for grooves and cracks. cardiagn.com 6. Brake Disc - Inspect NOTE: Review the Service Precautions before doing repairs or service. 1. Brake Pad - Install
  • Page 1581. Install a commercially available brake caliper piston compressor tool (A) on the caliper body (B). 2. Press in the piston with the brake caliper piston compressor tool. 3. Remove the brake caliper piston compressor tool. 4. Install the brake pads (A) correctly, with the wear indicator cardiagn.co
  • Page 1595. Install the caliper body (A). 6. Install the pin bolts (B). 7. Install the caps (C). 8. Install the brake hose mounting bolt (D). 9. Connect the connector (E). cardiagn.com 10. Install the housing clip (A). 11. Press the brake pedal several times to make sure the brakes work. NOTE: Engagement may
  • Page 1602. Select the ADJUSTMENT from the ABS/TCS/VSA menu with the HDS, then enter the BACK TO NORMAL MODE from the BRAKE PAD MAINTENANCE MODE, and follow the screen prompts. Make sure THIS FUNCTION PROCEDURE IS FINISHED on the screen, then press the enter button. 3. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode