Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Wheel & Tire System Page 1

Front Stopper Link Removal and Installation
NOTE: How to read the torque specifications.
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Vehicle - Lift
2.
Front Wheel - Remove
3. Air Intake Plate - Remove
4. Stopper Link - Remove
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Contents Summary of Wheel & Tire System

  • Page 1Front Stopper Link Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel - Remove 3. Air Intake Plate - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Stopper Link - Remove
  • Page 21. Remove the self-locking nuts (A) while holding the joint pin (B) with a hex wrench (C). NOTE: Use a new self-locking nuts during reassembly. cardiagn.com 5. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 3Rear Upper Arm Removal and Installation 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Rear Suspension Stroke Sensor - Disconnect (Type-R) 1. Disconnect the rear suspension stroke sensor from the upper arm. 4. Upper Arm - Remove cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Upper Arm - I
  • Page 41. Loosely install the upper arm (A) with the new mounting bolts (B) and the new nut (C). 2. Place a floor jack under lower arm B. 3. Raise the suspension until the indicated clearance (D) is achieved between the hole of the upper arm (E) and the lower surface of the rear frame (F) as shown. 4. Tigh
  • Page 5Rear Wheel Arch Protector Removal and Installation 1. Rear Bumper - Remove 2. Rear Wheel Arch Protector - Remove 1. Remove the screws (A). cardiagn.com 2. Release the double-sided adhesive tapes (B), and detach the clips (C), then remove the rear wheel arch protector (D). 3. All Removed Parts - Inst
  • Page 6Thickness 1.0 mm (0.039 in) (C) Width 5 mm (0.20 in) Length 527 mm (20.75 in) NOTE: Apply the new double-sided adhesive tape as shown. cardiagn.com 2. Fold the edge of each adhesive backing from the double-sided adhesive tapes.
  • Page 7Tire Sealant Removal NOTE: This procedure is only to be used with the temporary tire repair kit. The tire inflator and temporary repair sealant are used on vehicles without a spare tire. The temporary repair sealant used to repair the tire must be removed before the tire is permanently repaired. The
  • Page 86. Use a commercially available squeeze bottle (A), a siphon gun, or a hand vacuum tool with a proper tube to remove the tire sealant. 7. Insert the tube into the tire through the drain hole, and aim it down until the end of the tube is immersed into the fluid sealant (B). 8. Remove the tire sealant
  • Page 9Wheel Alignment - Caster Angle/Toe/Steering Axis Inclination (SAI) 1. Caster Angle/Toe/Steering Axis Inclination (SAI) Caster Angle Caster is the forward or rearward angle of the steering axis compared to true vertical as seen from the side. Caster is measured as the number of degrees that the steer
  • Page 10Strut type Steering Axis Inclination (SAI) Steering axis inclination, or S.A.I., is the angle created by drawing a line through the upper and lower pivot points of the knuckle when looking from the front of the vehicle and comparing it to true vertical. Included angle, or I.A., is the combination of
  • Page 11Wheel Alignment - Suspension/Camber Angle 1. Suspension/Camber Angle Front suspension The suspension system holds the wheels and axles in position and absorbs road vibrations. It also allows steering, directional stability and recoverability, while minimizing tire wear. In order to achieve all those
  • Page 12Positive camber Camber Angle: Camber is the side to side tilt of the tire compared to true vertical as seen from the front of the vehicle. This angle is measured for both the front and rear tires. Camber affects vehicle ride quality, handling and tire wear. Camber is measured as the number of degree
  • Page 13Wheel Alignment 1. Pre-Alignment - Check For proper inspection and adjustment of the wheel alignment, do these checks: 1. Release the parking brake to avoid an incorrect measurement. 2. Make sure the suspension is not modified. 3. Make sure the fuel tank is full and the spare tire or tire repair kit
  • Page 14Type-R: 8 ° 00 ’±30 ’ If the measurement is within specifications, measure the camber angle. If the measurement is not within specifications, check for bent or damaged suspension components. 2. Camber - Inspect 1. Check the camber angle. Camber angle: Except Type-R and Si: Front: -0 ° 18 ’±30 ’ Rear
  • Page 154. Front Toe - Inspect NOTE: Do the rear toe inspection before the front toe inspection. 1. Set the steering column to the middle tilt position and telescopic position (if equipped). 2. Center the steering wheel spokes, and install a steering wheel holder tool. 3. Check the toe with the wheels point
  • Page 16The suspension can be adjusted for front camber, front toe, and rear toe. However, each of these adjustments are related to each other. For example, when you adjust camber, the toe will change. NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. After adjusting the wheel alignment, do the VSA sensor neutra
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  • Page 183. Adjust the camber angle by moving the upper part of the damper (A). NOTE: The camber angle can be adjusted 19 ’. 4. Tighten the flange nuts (B) to the specified torque. 5. Lower the vehicle to the ground, and bounce the front of the vehicle up and down several times to stabilize the suspension. 6
  • Page 191. Replace the flange nuts (A) with new ones, and lightly tighten them. 2. If the guide pin (B) is equipped, remove it by doing the following. ‐1. Remove the damper plate (C). ‐2. Install a suitable nut (D) with 2-3 suitable washers (E) to the guide pin, then tighten the nut until the guide pin come
  • Page 20NOTE: Do the rear toe adjustment before the front toe adjustment. 1. Hold the adjusting bolt (A) on lower arm B, and remove the self-locking nut (C). 2. Replace the self-locking nut with a new one, and lightly tighten it. NOTE: Always use a new self-locking nut whenever it has been loosened. Reassem
  • Page 21Wheel Bearing End Play Inspection NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheels and Rear Wheels - Remove 3. Wheel Bearing End Play - Inspect 1. Install suitable flat washers (A). cardiagn.com 2. Install the wheel nuts (B). 3. Tighten the nuts to the specified torque
  • Page 22Wheel Bolt Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Ball Joint Remover, 28 mm 07MAC-SL00202 cardiagn.com Do not use a hammer or impact tools (pneumatic or electric). Be careful not to damage the threads of the wheel bolts. Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel -
  • Page 231. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub (B) using a hydraulic press. Support the hub with hydraulic press attachments (C) or equivalent tools. Rear 1. Vehicle - Lift cardiagn.com 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Rear Brake Disc - Remove 4. Wheel Bolt - Remove 1. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub
  • Page 24Do not use a hammer or impact tools (pneumatic or electric). Be careful not to damage the threads of the wheel bolts. Front 1. Wheel Bolt - Install 1. Insert a new wheel bolt (A) into the hub (B) while aligning the splined surfaces (C) on the hub hole with the wheel bolt. NOTE: Degrease the area aro
  • Page 25NOTE: Make sure the wheel bolt is installed vertically to the hub disc surface. Do not install the nut and the washers that have been used as tools on a vehicle. 4. Tighten the nut. NOTE: Do not exceed the maximum torque limit. Make sure there is no gap (G) between the bolt and the hub. Limited torq
  • Page 26Wheel Bolt Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Ball Joint Remover, 28 mm 07MAC-SL00202 cardiagn.com Do not use a hammer or impact tools (pneumatic or electric). Be careful not to damage the threads of the wheel bolts. Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel -
  • Page 271. Remove the screws (A). 2. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub (B). cardiagn.com NOTE: If the angle of the remover against the wheel bolt is not vertical, readjust the ball joint remover by turning the head (C) of the adjusting bolt (D). 3. Remove the wheel bolt (A) through the clearance (B)
  • Page 28Rear 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Rear Brake Caliper - Remove 1. Remove the caliper assembly without disconnecting the brake hose from the caliper body. 4. Rear Brake Disc - Remove cardiagn.com 5. Wheel Bolt - Remove 1. Separate the wheel bolt (A) from the hub (B). NOTE: If the angle
  • Page 291. Install the wheel bolt (A) through the clearance (B) of the splash guard (C) as shown. 2. Insert a new wheel bolt (A) into the hub (B) while aligning cardiagn.com the splined surfaces (C) on the hub hole with the wheel bolt. NOTE: Before installing the new wheel bolt, clean the mating surfaces on
  • Page 306. Install the screws (A). 2. Front Brake Disc - Install cardiagn.com 3. Front Brake Caliper - Install 4. Brake System - Bleed 5. Front Wheel - Install Rear 1. Wheel Bolt - Install 1. Insert a new wheel bolt (A) into the hub (B) while aligning the splined surfaces (C) on the hub hole with the wheel
  • Page 31Make sure the wheel bolt is installed vertically to the hub disc surface. Do not install the nut and the washers that have been used as tools on a vehicle. 4. Tighten the nut. NOTE: Do not exceed the maximum torque limit. Make sure there is no gap (G) between the bolt and the hub. Limited torque: 12
  • Page 32Wheel Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Wheel - Remove NOTE: Before installing the wheel, clean the mating surfaces between the brake disc and the inside of the wheel. cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the rev
  • Page 33Wheel Runout Inspection 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Wheel Runout - Inspect Axial runout 1. Check for bent or deformed wheels. 2. Set up the dial gauge as shown. 3. Measure the axial runout by turning the wheel. Front and rear wheel axial runout: Standard: Steel wheel: 0-0.7 mm (0-0.028 in) cardiagn.com Alu
  • Page 34Wheel Speed Sensor Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for Type-R. Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel - Remove 3. Front Wheel Speed Sensor - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Disconnect the connector (A).
  • Page 351. Vehicle - Lift 2. Rear Wheel - Remove 3. Rear Wheel Speed Sensor - Remove 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the wheel speed sensor (B). cardiagn.com 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and note these items: Install the sensor carefully to
  • Page 36Wheel Speed Sensor Removal and Installation Front 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Front Wheel - Remove 3. Front Wheel Speed Sensor - Remove 1. Disconnect the connector (A). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the wire guide rubbers (B), the clips (C), and the bolt (D). 3. Remove the wheel speed sensor (E).
  • Page 374. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and note these items: Install the sensor carefully to avoid twisting the wires. If the wheel speed sensor comes in contact with the wheel bearing, it is faulty. Make sure there is no debris in the sensor mounting ho
  • Page 382. Disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the clips (C), and the bolts (D). 4. Remove the wheel speed sensor (E). 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal, and note these items: Install the sensor carefully to avoid twisting the wires. If the