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  1. 2014 CRV: Accessing HFL module/bluetooth wires for aftermarket stereo

    Mobile Electronics
    I purchased an aftermarket car stereo. The steering wheel has bluetooth buttons. In order to connect the bluetooth buttons to the stereo, the instructions are to cut and wire into the cable connecting to the Handsfreelink module. The HFL module is located behind the automatic gear shift. With...
  2. Looking for help accessing the stereo amplifier 2015 Touring

    Problems & Issues
    I want to add an Alpine Power Pack to the my stock stereo in my 2015 Touring. I have already upgraded the speakers but I'm having trouble figuring out how to get to the factory amp. The amp is between the dashboard and the center console and is framed on the sides by metal housing (there's a...
  3. Accessing the HandsFreeLink module in 2012-2014 CRV

    Mobile Electronics
    Prior to my install, I could not find any information on accessing the HandsFreeLink module. All the instructions I could find only say that you need to unplug it to disable the built in Bluetooth. You also need to tap into one of the wires for the phone steering wheel controls to work. Now that...
  4. Accessing Front windscreen washer tubing

    Problems & Issues
    I have just bought a 2006 crv. The drivers side washer is not working. I have tried cleaning with a needle, fine wire and a can of compressed air but have now come to the conclusio that I will have to get to the tubing. This car was possibly sitting for some weeks at the garage. How do I get...
  5. Accessing Clutch master cylinder

    Problems & Issues
    I need to get to the clutch master cylinder, (yes sqeeky) Does the palstic panel below the steering wheel just pul straight out or are there some tricks I nee to know. I would prefer not to break the panel to find out how to do it properly. Thanks for any tips.
  6. accessing fuse panel under steering wheel

    Gen 3: 2007-2011 CR-V
    The owner's manual says pulling fuse 37 kills the DRL's; the fuse panel is "under the steering wheel". The plastic panel under the steer wheel on the dash appears to be sectioned; but it doesn't detach by pulling. Has anyone tried to access this fuse panel? Anybody successful?