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Hello,

I been trying to find were the throttle body is located on the crv turbo engine.
 

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Welcome to the forum! Moved to Gen 5 section.
 

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The 1.5L turbo is not a throttle-body design - it is Gas Direct Injection Engine - a completely different animal. There is a throttle body electronic air sensor but the fuel in injected into the cylinder. There is no throttle-body-injector(s) on the engine.
 

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The 1.5L turbo is not a throttle-body design - it is Gas Direct Injection Engine - a completely different animal. There is a throttle body electronic air sensor but the fuel in injected into the cylinder. There is no throttle-body-injector(s) on the engine.
Sorry to tell you the 1.5l turbo GDI very much has a throttle body. It Honda's P/N 16400-59B-003
 

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The 1.5L turbo is not a throttle-body design - it is Gas Direct Injection Engine - a completely different animal. There is a throttle body electronic air sensor but the fuel in injected into the cylinder. There is no throttle-body-injector(s) on the engine.
Only the gas is direct injected into the cylinder. Well besides spark I guess.

Still gotta get air from the throttle body. You guys are welcome for the video.

 

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In the 1990's and after throttle body implied fuel delivery system that replaced the carburetor. It no longer delivers fuel. It measures air.
Since 2015 on CR-V's is an air sensor - not a fuel delivery - you clean the fuel delivery throttle body injector(s) on Honda CR-V's made before 2015 in the US and Canada. You damage the 2015 throttle body and newer if you attempt to clean them.
Honda should say it is a throttle body electronic air measuring sensor. It figures out if you have enough fuel for the air being delivered.
 

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In the 1990's and after throttle body implied fuel delivery system that replaced the carburetor. It no longer delivers fuel. It measures air.
Since 2015 on CR-V's is an air sensor - not a fuel delivery - you clean the fuel delivery throttle body injector(s) on Honda CR-V's made before 2015 in the US and Canada. You damage the 2015 throttle body and newer if you attempt to clean them.
Honda should say it is a throttle body electronic air measuring sensor. It figures out if you have enough fuel for the air being delivered.
Oh good god. Not another one of those threads.

"In fuel injected engines, the throttle body is the part of the air intake system that controls the amount of air flowing into the engine, in response to driver accelerator pedal input in the main. " -Wiki

We aren't talking about fuel delivery. We are talking about a modern throttle body. That's what the CRV has.

Even Honda calls it a Throttle Body





 

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Now for those of us that have been working on cars with electronic thottle bodies for the last couple decades, LarryR may have a lot of things wrong, but the one thing he has right is that you don't want to spray the THROTTLE BODY much or move the plate. It's possible to screw up the pedal position or ruin the electronics in the THROTTLE BODY.

You would spray CRC in an upstream port of the throttle body will you run the car.

But again, this is not needed on the 5th gen. Please don't do this.
 

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The throttle plate within the throttle body doesn't measure air flow, it only functions to control air flow. Air measurement has been performed by several methods since electronic fuel injection. Mass Air Flow sensor, Vane deflection or Calculated using the engine rpm, manifold pressure, throttle position and temperature. Honda crv's used the calculation method until 2006. Since then they have a MAF sensor located next to the engine air filter housing in the the air intake duct.
 
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