Honda Stream 2WD and 4WD with a gasoline engine produced in 2000 – 2007, repair manual, wiring diagrams – operating instructions, maintenance manual. Free download.
Honda Stream Service Manuals PDF
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Honda Stream Owner’s Manuals PDF
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Repair manual, maintenance and operation of Honda Stream 2000-2007 cars with left and right rudder, equipped with D17A (1.7 liters) and K20A (2.0 liters) gasoline engines with fuel injection system.
The Honda Stream repair manual contains detailed information on the repair and adjustment of control system elements for gasoline engines, instructions for using self-diagnostics of the engine management system, automatic transmission, ABS, recommendations for adjusting and repairing mechanical and automatic transmissions, brake system elements (including ABS), steering control, suspension and DPS systems (all-wheel drive connection systems).
The procedures for checking, adjusting and maintaining the ABS (anti-lock braking system) system are detailed.
Detailed wiring diagrams and descriptions of electrical equipment checks of models of various configuration options are presented.
Possible malfunctions and methods of their elimination, mating dimensions of the main parts and limits of their permissible wear, recommended lubricants and working fluids are given.
The manuals are intended for owners of Honda Stream cars, service station personnel and repair shops.
Honda Stream background information
Honda Stream – 5/7-seater compact van of the Japanese company Honda. Produced from 2000 to 2014.
The first generation
It differs from most cars in its class by its rapid design and high dynamic performance. It is built on the Honda Civic platform. The design of the model is on the verge between a minivan and a station wagon, and the height of the body (1.55 m) further complicates the unambiguous classification. Many owners tend to classify the Honda Stream as a high-capacity station wagon.
In 2004, the Honda Stream was modernized, so the designers changed the exterior and interior of the car, making it more comfortable. However, these changes did not affect the technical parameters of the car. As a result of restyling, in the cabin on the second row instead of a triple sofa there were two separate chairs separated by an armrest with coasters.
- 1.7 l D17 VTEC I4 125 hp
- 2.0 l K20A1 i-VTEC I4 156 hp (RN3, FWD)
- 2.0 l K20A1 i-VTEC I4 158 hp (RN4, AWD)
- 2.0 l K20B i-VTEC I I4 156 hp
The second generation
In Japan and other Far Eastern countries from 2006 to 2014, the second generation Honda Stream was produced, which was not supplied to Europe and North America.
The following body codes correspond to this generation of Honda Stream: RN6 / 7/8/9. The car was delivered in several configurations with two gasoline engines: R18A 1.8-liter SOHC i-VTEC 140 hp. (105 kW) (2-stage) with 5-speed automatic transmission (and 5-speed manual transmission) and R20A 2-liter SOHC i-VTEC 150 hp (112 kW) (3-stage) is equipped with a CVT with a choice of one of 7 gears (Tiptronic).
The RSZ package came with reinforced shock absorbers and a rear anti-roll bar. The Stream RST (2009-2014) and TS (2010-2014) were supplied with only two rows of seats (5 passengers).
- 1.8 l R18A i-VTEC I4
- 2.0 l R20A i-VTEC I4
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