Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Retiring the Goodyear Triple Assurance Max

16" Goodyear Assurance TripleMax

Price for 4: $580

Start: ODO 84,070 km on Apr 9, 2014
End: ODO 142,633 km on Oct 25, 2016
Usage: 58,563 km over 930 days (2Y 6M 16Days)

I love this set of symmetrical tires. 

The wet grip is very good and got me quite good fuel mileage.

I rotate them frequently, usually during oil change intervals.

The reason i retired this set of tires was because of a side wall bulge and rubber cracks at various locations. I fill these to 35 PSI (240 kPa). They looked tired after serving my family. Good bye!



Tires used
Nokian H 175/65R14 82H (Honda City) - Loved this set. Good wet grip
Yokohama Aspec A300 (Honda City) - Avoid. Lousy wet grip

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Key Battery replacement - Lithium Coin CR1620

Photo source: http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2686563-changing-honda-car-remote-fob-battery/

The default battery model is CR1616

When that is unavailable, CR1620 can be fitted for use.

It is of the same diameter 16 mm denoted by CR16XX

The last 2 digits XX is the thickness

CR1616 is 1.6mm where CR1620 is 2.0mm

I have successfully fitted the CR1620 in absence of CR1616 which is very difficult to locate.

Apart from the difference in dimension, the Amp.Hr rating is slighter larger in CR1620

The battery costs $2 only


Technical specs

CR1616
Typical Capacity: 55 mAh (to 2.0 volts) (Rated at 30K ohms at 21°C)

CR1620
Typical Capacity: 79 mAh (to 2.0 volts) (Rated at 30K ohms at 21°C)

Source:
http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/cr1616.pdf
http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/cr1620.pdf

Replacement detail can be found at
http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2686563-changing-honda-car-remote-fob-battery/

Key Battery replacement - Lithium Coin CR1620

Photo source: http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2686563-changing-honda-car-remote-fob-battery/

The default battery model is CR1616

When that is unavailable, CR1620 can be fitted for use.

It is of the same diameter 16 mm denoted by CR16XX

The last 2 digits XX is the thickness

CR1616 is 1.6mm where CR1620 is 2.0mm

I have successfully fitted the CR1620 in absence of CR1616 which is very difficult to locate.

Apart from the difference in dimension, the Amp.Hr rating is slighter larger in CR1620

The battery costs $2 only


Technical specs

CR1616
Typical Capacity: 55 mAh (to 2.0 volts) (Rated at 30K ohms at 21°C)

CR1620
Typical Capacity: 79 mAh (to 2.0 volts) (Rated at 30K ohms at 21°C)

Source:
http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/cr1616.pdf
http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/cr1620.pdf

Replacement detail can be found at
http://www.mycarforum.com/topic/2686563-changing-honda-car-remote-fob-battery/

Sunday, 29 May 2016

Front bearings replacement

FOREWORD

The bearing has a side with magnetic encoding, that will face the ABS sensor.

Observe to pay keen attention never to press and result in separation of the inner race from the complete bearing.

The bearing has to be pressed in fully into the housing and fully into the hub.
Don't worry, the inbuilt clearance is there so that the hub and knuckle will never touch one another.

WARNING

Poorly assembled bearings may result in separation of the hub, where the wheel will be detached from the vehicle while driving. You won't want that to happen.
This is highlighted by Honda service manual.


INTRODUCTION

These are experience i gain while replacing my front wheel bearings on my 2008 Honda Stream R18A engine. The Honda Civic 1.8L has the same setup.

Upon completion of the replacement, I highly recommend taking the vehicle for alignment just to be sure that the tires sits flat to the ground.



In it, i replaced one of the front wheel bearings twice. I gained insight as well as refining the procedure of replacement. Through this, I hope the readers will appreciate and avoid costly mistakes.

The most tedious part of the replacement is the bearing removal and pressing out/into the knuckle housing.

I will focus towards the difficult portions and skip the easier parts.

BEARING REPLACEMENT

Essential tools needed:
a. Hydraulic press
b. Assortment of press supports with different diameters
c. Bench vise
d. Heating torch
e. Torque wrench (at least 20kg.m range)
f. Circlip pliers
g. 32mm Socket spanner
h. Impact screw driver for removal of brake disc

Parts needed for renewal
You will need
1. New bearings
2. New Spindle nut.

Here is the schematics as well as torque values for assembly.

After removal of knuckle, clamp on a vice and hammer out the hub using a mallet.


The assembly will split into two portions.
a. The Hub
b. The Knuckle


Remove the circlip with a circlip plier

 Remove the splash guard and use the flat position of the three screws to support the knuckle for pressing the bearing out.
 As always, the inner race will split from the bearing and get hinged on the hub shaft.



Salvage the old bearing parts for use in later part to press the bearing in.
Save the outer race (not in photo), it will be useful!

Stack the old outer race onto the new outer race. You will only want to press the outer race to fit the whole bearing into the knuckle housing without separation of the inner race.

 One side of the bearing is magnetic encoded.
You can test with a ferrous metal.

Clean up and polish the bearing seating prior to receiving of new bearings.
Oil the seating surface before pressing to allow smooth travel.

This is important.
Be sure to support at the prescribed position.
Otherwise, the inner race will pop out of the new bearing and you will have to get a new bearing to replace.

Press the hub all the way in till the travel stops.


Other Really Important Tips

1. Never pull the drive shaft.
Well i did accidentally and its really horrible to go through detaching the driveshaft boot and align the 3 bearings into the housing. 


2. Detaching the drive shaft from the knuckle


3. ABS sensor
Remember to remove it and not snap the wire and connections!



4. Spindle nut removal and tightening

It will be tight because it is exposed to elements.

Removing the wheel hub cap and resting the wheel on the ground will give you leverage while using a breaker bar to gain extra leverage when the impact gun does not work.

You will need to knock out the locking dent on the spindle before attempting to undo the nut.
Clockwise to Tighten
Counter CW to Slack


Remove the wheel first to expose the spindle nut, undo the dent that locks the nut.
Remove the wheel hub cap.
Put the wheels back on with lug nuts. Rest the tire on the ground and proceed to slacken the nut.
The photo below is when i tighten. The procedure is the same for assembly and disassembly.


Add a little grease or oil on the flat surface of the spindle nut before tightening.


This last step is used to determine correct install.
My first install failed as i did not press in the bearing correctly. The hub and knuckle had play and the bearings ground each other. It became rough.
As a result, only one side of the wheel spins freely while the faulty side did not move at all.

Proceed with caution only if you know what is happening.




Friday, 27 May 2016

Front & Rear wheel bearing

Applicable for Civic FD and Stream RN6/RN9 models

I have always wondered why the information for the wheel bearing is absent and cannot be found online.

Well here it is!

Front Wheel Bearing

The corresponding Honda part number is 44300-SDA-A52

It got these NTN bearing from my usual industrial bearing shop for less than $40/pc.

The NTN Box reference: AU1006-3LX2L/L588
The NTN marking on bearing inner race: AU1006-3 JAPAN 1406211828.

There is one side with magnetic coding for the ABS pick up.
You can see on the last photo where the magnet attracted a steel nail.
Be sure to orientate the bearing on the right side, else your efforts are wasted when assembling.









If you are keen to know the rear bearing, look below.

NTN HUB 215-8
Corresponding Honda part no. 42200-SJF-951






Monday, 23 May 2016

Tire Rotation (Every Year) + Cleaning Brake Dust

Apart from tire rotation, cleaning brake dust is one chore that is overlooked but quite important.

This is applicable to drum brakes and no additional special tool is required to clean out the brake dust.




Brake dust, if accumulated, will not perform to par during yearly mandated inspection because the brake shoe cannot bite and hold the drum from rotating.

When the wheel is removed, simply release the handbrake to allow the drum to spin freely by hand.
The drum may be removed by hand. If tight, use the two jack bolts holes on the cover to remove the drum.

Simply and easy.

Cleaning the brake dust, you may use DRY shop air or brake cleaner.


Thursday, 19 May 2016

Carlube 5W40

Carlube 5W40



http://www.carlube.co.uk/product-carlube/carlube-5w40-fully-synthetic

This motor oil was a gift from a friend.

Initial fill at 125,880 km on Dec 31, 2015.
Changed out at 133,708 km on May 18, 2016

The oil saw 7,828 km on my ride is 8 y.o. Honda Stream 1.8 X / RNA6

The 4.55L capacity is more than sufficient to pour all into the engine with a filter replacement.

Final comments
The oil is decent enough. Mileage kept up. It is cheap to use. No complaints or oil burnt whatsoever.
I will use again if available / on sale.

==========================

Update on Mar 30, 2016

Mileage 130,805 km

So far it has been almost 5,000 km on this oil.

I do find that the oil seem thinner than the Shell Helix Ultra (SHU) 5W-40 at room temperature.

Also, the fuel consumption seem to be a bit worst off.

Noise wise, it is about the same as SHU.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

Clearing airbag light via MES

The airbag light on the dash came on.

It was later found to be the lose resistor legs that is in airbag connector in the steering wheel.

As the circuit is opened during normal driving, the airbag code is logged in the SRS system.

The following is about clearing the code via the MES connected located below the driver side dash, near the fuses.

It is a yellow 2 pin connector.


The yellow connector is plugged into 'MES'. MES is short for Memory Erase Signal.

The following bulletin is attached purely for information.
The user is doing so at his own risk if he decides to execute the procedure.

BULLETIN << Download here

The bulletin is self explanatory.

In absence of the required Honda plug, shorting can be done with 2 wires.
Take care not to damage the female connector if your wire gauge size is too large.


The video shows the closing and opening of the wires in the 2 pin MES circuit.



Airbag inflator delete


Notes: This is a consolidation of the airbag related posts.


The worldwide airbag faulty inflator is a nagging issue to tackle for a JDM / parallel imported car which is not recognised by the local authorised agent.

To check if your vehicle is affected, the list is available at the end of the page.



This is the Takata-Petri AG inflator
German Petri AG was acquired by Takata in
 2000 forming the european subsidiary of Takata


This is something i found online called 'airbag delete'.

Essentially it means to deactivate the airbag and fool the SRS sensor that the airbag is still connected.

AIR BAG Delete
(Disclaimer: I am not liable for the reader to do this and be injuried or break the law doing this modification)

If this is possible at all, i would consider doing an Airbag delete as the most cost effective solution.
The approximate cost of airbag assembly 77810-SMA-N80ZA - discontinued is around US$ 559 excluding postage. The price for resistor is S$0.10 and DIY is free.



A suitable sized resistor load ( 2.2Ω 0.25W resistors) is soldered to an airbag 4P connector and the 4P connector is plugged into to trick the SRS system that the airbag is still connected.

Prior to doing this, the negative end of the battery would need to be disconnected and waited out to drain the reserve power in the SRS unit so that the airbag would not be energised upon disconnection.

The downside of disconnecting the battery is the settings in the ECU will be cleared.
ECU relearning will be required. Simply drive as per norm and let the ECU learn as you go.

Below is the schematics for airbag replacement


For the airbag delete, simply plug in the modified 4P connector.



For airbag delete, no tools are required other than the no. 10 mm spanner to detach the negative terminal.

Uses only 1 pc 2.2 ohm resistor 0.25W 5%


With the engine running, turn the steering 180 degree to expose the cover (under the steering) upwards. Thereafter, turn off the engine, detach the negative terminal of the battery and allow to drain the SRS reserve power. I allowed it 3 hrs to be sure.


Pry the plastic cover. Detach the black terminal. This is the Horn.
Detach the yellow connector. This is the SRS airbag inflator connector.


Bend the resistor and trim the excess leads. Slot the leads into the connector.
The photo below shows the correct connector to short.

Connect the horn connector and battery.

Turn on the engine to be sure that the yellow SRS indicator is not lighted up.



The following step is required only for inflator replacement

To be done by authorised replacer who has engineering experience and understanding.

1. Follow the procedure in the Honda drawing above and take safety procedure.

2. Detach the negative battery terminal and allow the SRS airbag power reserve to drain sufficiently.

3. Ground or De-static yourself before working and handling the inflator.

4. While working, avoid positioning yourself in frontal position with the inflator - in case inflator activates (for whatever reason)

5. Wear safety glasses


Disassembly

Torx wrench set is required to remove the air bag assembly.



The 4 pcs of nut is not the regular type. It is designed to be installed only those who have the special tool spanner. However, it can be overcomed easily.




Non regular collar nuts. 

This is the air bag inflator. Take care not to expose to static and the operator must ground or de-static himself before handling the inflator.


The failure of the Takata inflator in the news is a result of 'moisture in humid climates affecting the metal housing', causing it to be weak. Upon inflation, the casing (the one with vent holes), breaks during the inflation of the airbag. The metal housing becomes a shrapnel, much like a claymore/grenade lodging into the driver. Because the inflator QC is not consistent, hence batches of inflator devices are recalled.

To assembly, reverse the disassembly steps.


On the yellow label, each inflator is identified by a unique set of AlphaNumerical serial.
Below this you will find the approval mark.



The approval marking of the inflator is "BAM-PT1-1166", followed by Herst, means 'manufactured'

The BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing is a senior scientific and technical Federal institute with responsibility to the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.


The PDF is taken from the German list. I have rough translated as in next image.

On Alibaba, some manufacturers also make these inflators with almost exact yellow stickers, without the white approval serial barcode.

I wonder as the shortage for inflators rises, as owners of JDM cars, how are we able to determine the replacements to be of genuine part?



Fortunately Honda Japan answered some of these questions

1. The local distributor will have to purchase the inflator from a dealership in Japan where the vehicle was purchased.

2. The inflator will be genuine only if the the local distributor purchases via official route and each of these inflator will carry a serial number.



Below is a translated recall bulletin from Honda Japan.

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.honda.co.jp%2Frecall%2F150709_3605.html

Recall of the old fit, such as 16 models (2015 July 9 report)


Recall notification number
3605
Recall Start Date
As soon as ready
Failure of the site (part name)Air bag device (inflator)
Structure it deems to standard non-conforming state, 
Situation and the cause of the device or performance
In the inflator (expansion device) of the driver's seat side SRS air bag of a particular type, the results of the examination of market recovery goods, we see what a large variation in the density of the gas generating agent. For this reason, the cause is not known, from the fact that there is a fear that does not successfully deployed at the time of air bag deployment, and replace the inflator with a new one as a prophylactic measure.
The contents of improvement measuresAs a preventive measure, 2015 May 14, dated, included in the notification number "3567", sequentially replaced with a new air bag inflator for the driver's seat side SRS from the oldest of the year, the recovery to cause survey To do. 
Automobile user and automobile disassembly maintenance 
Measures to well-known in the business
· User: Notifies in direct mail or the like.
And automotive overhaul businesses: will be posted to the Japan Automobile Service Promotion Association issue of the journal.
And improvement in the implementation completed vehicles, and affixed to the driver's seat-side door opening of the door striker near to No.3605 of the sticker. 

Car's name
Model
Common name
Of the target car chassis number 
Range and production period
The number of target vehicle
Remarks
Honda
DBA-GD1
fit
GD1-2382359 ~ GD1-2444370 
2007 January 8th to September 28, 2007
61,198
GD1-8600303 ~ GD1-8600449 
2007 January 9 to September 25, 2007
146
DBA-GD2
GD2-1911238 ~ GD2-1918502 
2007 January 8th to September 28, 2007
7,207
GD2-8500062 ~ GD2-8500092 
2007 January 9 to September 2007 20 days
31
DBA-GD3
GD3-2013546 ~ GD3-2019495 
2007 January 8th to October 5, 2007
5,898
GD3-8400078 ~ GD3-8400116 
2007 12 January - September 2007 20 days
39
DBA-GD4
GD4-1902177 ~ GD4-1903035 
2007 January 8th to September 26, 2007
848
GD4-8400014 ~ GD4-8400023 
2007 January 9 to August 2007 24 days
Ten
DBA-GE6
GE6-1000035 ~ GE6-1284777 
October 1, 2007 - 2009 November 21,
283,599
GE6-1300004 ~ GE6-1427417 
2009 November 23 - 2010 September 22,
127,025
GE6-1500006 ~ GE6-1595071 
2010 August 23 - December 28, 2011
94,868
GE6-3000004 ~ GE6-3001328 
2009, December 26, 2008 - March, 2010 24 days
1,318
GE6-8000001 ~ GE6-8000942 
2007 November 19 - November 13, 2009
936
GE6-8100001 ~ GE6-8100399 
2009 November 23 - 2010 September 16,
399
GE6-8200001 ~ GE6-8200287 
September 30, 2010 - December 28, 2011
286
DBA-GE7
GE7-1000006 ~ GE7-1022748 
2007 October 17 - November 15, 2009
22,644
GE7-1300001 ~ GE7-1306628 
2009 November 23 - September 21
6,596
GE7-1500001 ~ GE7-1508949 
2010 September 23 - December 28, 2011
8,929
GE7-8000001 ~ GE7-8000121 
2007 November 20 - October 28, 2009
121
GE7-8100002 ~ GE7-8100030 
December 2009 17 days to September 2010, 16 days
29
GE7-8200001 ~ GE7-8200052 
2010 October 12 - 2011 December 27, 2007
52
DBA-GE8
GE8-1000020 ~ GE8-1039932 
October 1, 2007 - November 15, 2009
39,787
GE8-1300003 ~ GE8-1320475 
2009 November 23 - 2010 September 22,
20,422
GE8-1500010 ~ GE8-1524040 
2010 August 3 - December 28, 2011
23,956
DBA-GE9
GE9-1000009 ~ GE9-1003796 
2007 October 9 to November 13, 2009
3,769
GE9-1300002 ~ GE9-1301307 
2009 November 23 - 2010 September 22,
1,306
GE9-1500001 ~ GE9-1502009 
October 4, 2010 - December 28, 2011
2,006
DAA-GP1
GP1-1000012 ~ GP1-1113458 
2010 July 21 - December 28, 2011
113,272
CBA-JE2
Zest
JE2-1100010 ~ JE2-1109287 
2007 January 9 to December 2008 4 days
9,117
JE2-1200003 ~ JE2-1203523 
2008 December 11, 2011 - October 2009, 14 days
3,477
JE2-1300001 ~ JE2-1303496 
October 30, 2009 - January 2011 7 days
3,470
JE2-1400001 ~ JE2-1401500 
2011. January 14 to December 28, 2011
1,491
JE2-2100002 ~ JE2-2101870 
2007 10 January - December 2008 3 days
1,847
JE2-2200004 ~ JE2-2201115 
December 2008 12 days to October 2009, 12 days
1,106
JE2-2300001 ~ JE2-2300941 
October 30, 2009 - January 2011 7 days
938
JE2-2400001 ~ JE2-2400441 
2011. January 14 to December 28, 2011
437
DBA-JE1
Zest 
Zest spark
JE1-1100012 ~ JE1-1158915 
2007 January 9 to December 2008 4 days
58,134
JE1-1200004 ~ JE1-1231672 
December 2008 10 days to October 2009, 15 days
31,387
JE1-1300001 ~ JE1-1339858 
2009 October 27 - January 2011 7 days
39,533
JE1-1400001 ~ JE1-1409837 
2011. January 14 to December 28, 2011
9,772
JE1-2100003 ~ JE1-2107030 
2007 10 January - December 2008 4 days
6,966
JE1-2200003 ~ JE1-2204711 
December 2008 12 days to October 2009, 14 days
4,680
JE1-2300001 ~ JE1-2303007 
2009 August 20 - January 2011 7 days
2,996
JE1-2400001 ~ JE1-2401397 
2011 January 14 - 2011 December 27, 2007
1,386
DBA-JE1 breaks
Zest
JE1-8300001 ~ JE1-8300571 
February 2007 12 days to November 28, 2008
568
Wheelchair specification car
JE1-8500001 ~ JE1-8500314 
2007 February 8th to November 2008 24 days
310
JE1-8600001 ~ JE1-8600173 
2009 January 22 - 2009 October 14,
172
JE1-8800001 ~ JE1-8800062 
2009 January 22 - 2009 October 13,
62
JE1-9000001 ~ JE1-9000244 
2009 November 23 - January 2011 8 days
244
JE1-9200001 ~ JE1-9200091 
November 19 - November 26, 2010
91
JE1-9300001 ~ JE1-9300134 
2011. March 1, 2006 to 2011 December 27, 2007
134
JE1-9500001 ~ JE1-9500037 
February 24, 2011 - December 2011 23 days
37
JE1-8400001 ~ JE1-8400070 
February 2007 23 days to November 25, 2008
70
Wheelchair transport vehicle
JE1-8700001 ~ JE1-8700039 
2009 January 22 - 2009 October 14,
39
JE1-9100001 ~ JE1-9100060 
November 19 - January 2011 6 days
Sixty
JE1-9400001 ~ JE1-9400033 
2011 March 4 - December 2011 23 days
33
DBA-RN6
stream
RN6-1025117 ~ RN6-1095838 
2007 January 8th to December 2008 12 days
70,411
RN6-3000003 ~ RN6-3003927 
2009 January 22 - 2009 May 20
3,916
RN6-3100011 ~ RN6-3140220 
2009 May 26 - December 28, 2011
40,121
DBA-RN7
RN7-1003307 ~ RN7-1010215 
2007 January 8th to December 2008 12 days
6,891
RN7-3000002 ~ RN7-3000580 
2009 January 22 - 2009 May 20
577
RN7-3100003 ~ RN7-3102758 
2009 May 26 - 2011 December 14,
2,749
DBA-RN8
RN8-1010664 ~ RN8-1026411 
2007 January 8th to December 2008 11 days
15,427
RN8-3000004 ~ RN8-3000983 
2009 January 22 - 2009 May 19,
975
RN8-3100011 ~ RN8-3105740 
2009 May 28 to December 28, 2011
5,723
DBA-RN9
RN9-1001388 ~ RN9-1003632 
2007 January 11, 2011 - December 2008 10 days
2,224
RN9-3000004 ~ RN9-3000164 
2009 January 22 - 2009 May 19,
161
RN9-3100004 ~ RN9-3100659 
June 2009 15 days to December 2011 15 days
655
DAA-ZE2
Insight
ZE2-1100009 ~ ZE2-1229029 
November 4, 2008 - September 2010, 17 days
128,671
ZE2-1300002 ~ ZE2-1314502 
2010 August 23 - September 2011 3 days
14,474
ZE2-1400003 ~ ZE2-1400227 
2011 October 20 - 2011 December 27, 2007
225
ZE2-8000001 ~ ZE2-8000417 
2010 January 21 - February 2010, 19 days
417
DAA-ZE3
Insight Exclusive
ZE3-1000005 ~ ZE3-1001583 
2011. June 6 - December 28, 2011
1,578
DBA-RG1
Step WGN
RG1-1132423 ~ RG1-1135357 
2007 January 9 to February 2007 9 days
2,682
RG1-1200005 ~ RG1-1229958 
2007 February 2 - October 5, 2007
29,873
RG1-1300022 ~ RG1-1362330 
2007 October 11, 2011 - September 2009 9 days
62,170
RG1-5100086 ~ RG1-5100098 
2007 January 9 to February 2007 7 days
13
RG1-5200001 ~ RG1-5200105 
2007 February 21 - October 2007 3 days
105
RG1-5300002 ~ RG1-5300170 
October 23, 2007 - September 2009 9 days
169
DBA-RG2
RG2-1106275 ~ RG2-1107535 
2007 January 9 to February 2007 14 days
811
RG2-1200001 ~ RG2-1205077 
2007 February 9 - October 2007 3 days
5,061
RG2-1300004 ~ RG2-1308711 
2007 October 12 - September 2009 9 days
8,680
RG2-5100036 ~ RG2-5100040 
2007 January 9 to January 2007 31
Five
RG2-5200001 ~ RG2-5200037 
2007 February 23 - 2007 October 2
37
RG2-5300001 ~ RG2-5300037 
October 23, 2007 - August 2009 24 days
37
DBA-RG3
Step WGN Spada
RG3-1102066 ~ RG3-1102243 
2007 January 9 to February 2007 8 days
178
RG3-1200001 ~ RG3-1201708 
2007 February 2 - October 4, 2007
1,708
RG3-1300010 ~ RG3-1303577 
2007 October 11, 2011 - September 2009 9 days
3,560
DBA-RG4
RG4-1100642 ~ RG4-1100702 
2007 January 9 to February 2007 8 days
59
RG4-1200001 ~ RG4-1200419 
2007 February 14 to October 4, 2007
417
RG4-1300005 ~ RG4-1300751 
October 2007 17 days to September 2009 8 days
746
DBA-GJ1
Airwave
GJ1-1120605 ~ GJ1-1127800 
2007 January 9 to June 2007 8 days
7,153
GJ1-1200001 ~ GJ1-1211613 
June 2007 12 days to March 27, 2008
11,537
GJ1-1300002 ~ GJ1-1315680 
April 11, 2008 - August 2010 19 days
15,606
DBA-GJ2
GJ2-1104163 ~ GJ2-1105622 
2007 January 9 to June 2007 8 days
1,443
GJ2-1200001 ~ GJ2-1202106 
2007 June 18 - March 26, 2008
2,091
GJ2-1300004 ~ GJ2-1304745 
2008 April 14 to 2010 August 17,
4,710
DBA-RT1
Crossroads
RT1-1000019 ~ RT1-1011933 
2007 February 1, 2006 to August 2010 6 days
11,897
DBA-RT2
RT2-1000003 ~ RT2-1004182 
2007 February 8th to August 2010 5 days
4,170
DBA-RT3
RT3-1000007 ~ RT3-1010356 
2007 February 1, 2006 to August 2010 5 days
10,337
DBA-RT4
RT4-1000039 ~ RT4-1006711 
2007 February 1, 2006 to August 2010 6 days
6,659
DBA-RE3
CR-V
RE3-1002229 ~ RE3-1006996 
2007 January 8th to August 2007 10 days
4,759
RE3-1100001 ~ RE3-1103752 
2007 September 4 - August 1, 2008
3,749
RE3-1200001 ~ RE3-1202120 
2008 August 19 - July 30, 2009
2,117
RE3-1300005 ~ RE3-1304095 
2009 August 20 - September 2011 28 days
4,090
DBA-RE4
RE4-1006957 ~ RE4-1013311 
2007 January 8th to August 2007 10 days
6,340
RE4-1100001 ~ RE4-1104158 
2007 September 5 - August 2008 2 days
4,148
RE4-1200001 ~ RE4-1201987 
2008 August 19 - July 30, 2009
1,986
RE4-1300008 ~ RE4-1303991 
2009 August 20 - September 2011 28 days
3,976
DAA-GP2
Fit Shuttle
GP2-1000054 ~ GP2-1002273 
February 24, 2011 - March 30, 2011
2,218
GP2-3000001 ~ GP2-3027493 
2011 May 25 to December 28, 2011
27,480
GP2-8000001 ~ GP2-8000114 
2011. June 6 - 2011 December 27, 2007
114
DBA-GG7
GG7-1000026 ~ GG7-1000037 
2011. March 8th to March 30, 2011
Ten
GG7-3000001 ~ GG7-3006725 
2011 May 25 to December 28, 2011
6,720
GG7-8000001 ~ GG7-8000015 
2011 May 26 - 2011 December 13,
Fifteen
DBA-GG8
GG8-1000013 ~ GG8-1000037 
2011 March 29 to March 30, 2011
twenty five
GG8-3000001 ~ GG8-3001236 
2011. August 30 to December 28, 2011
1,235
GG8-8000001 ~ GG8-8000003 
2011 August 30 - November 2011 3 days
Three
DBA-GK1
Mobilio Spike
GK1-1221189 ~ GK1-1241354 
2007 January 8th to April 2008, 23 days
20,056
DBA-GK2
GK2-1205289 ~ GK2-1209125 
2007 January 8th to April 2008, 18 days
3,819
DBA-GB1
Mobilio
GB1-1602085 ~ GB1-1603989 
2007 January 8th to April 15, 2008
1,893
GB1-1708912 ~ GB1-1716524 
2007 January 8th to April 2008, 16 days
7,501
GB1-8300013 ~ GB1-8300018 
March 28, 2007 - June 2007 5 days
Six
GB1-8400101 ~ GB1-8400162 
2007 January 10 - June 19, 2007
61
DBA-GB2
GB2-1401790 ~ GB2-1403167 
2007 January 8th to April 2008, 16 days
1,361
GB2-8200034 ~ GB2-8200048 
2007 January 18th to May 2007, 26 days
Fifteen
ABA-JD1
That's
JD1-1221454 ~ JD1-1240670 
2007 January 8th to June 2007 23 days
18,780
ABA-JD2
JD2-1203530 ~ JD2-1206576 
2007 January 8th to June 22, 2007
2,948
DBE-GJ3
partner
GJ3-1103042 ~ GJ3-1105494 
2007 January 11 to March 26, 2008
2,402
GJ3-1300001 ~ GJ3-1303192 
2008 April 14 to 2010 August 17,
3,162
DBE-GJ4
GJ4-1100495 ~ GJ4-1101098 
2007 January 11 to March 26, 2008
582
GJ4-1300001 ~ GJ4-1301229 
April 2008 16 days to August 2010 6 days
1,210
(Total 41)
(A total of 16 models)
(The entire range of the production period) 
2007 January 8th to December 28, 2011
(A total of 1,625,144)

* To the part of the target range is also included in the vehicle is not a renovation target.