Home Auto Repair 2012 Honda CRV Full Nose Mask Installation Instructions

2012 Honda CRV Full Nose Mask Installation Instructions

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Download INSTALLATION NOTE: • Make sure the vehicle and nose mask are clean and completely dry before installation. If moisture under the mask is allowed to dry, it may cloud the paint. If the mask gets wet, remove it and allow it to air-dry completely. • Make sure any repainted surfaces are cured. • Wax the hood and nose of the vehicle with a high-quality paste wax. • Install the nose mask securely. If the nose mask starts to flap or comes loose while driving, safely pull to the side of the road, stop the vehicle, and secure or remove the nose mask. Installing the Hood Section 1. Open the hood. Fit the corners of the mask (hood section) around the hood. Adjust the mask so that it fits smoothly over the edges. Attach six hooks to the hood. When removing or installing the hooks, insert your finger or thumb into the loop of each hook. Pulling the hooks with excessive force can break the hook strap. Installing the Bumper Section 2. Attach the three top hooks to the bottom inside edge of the front grille. 3. On each side, insert six tabs between the headlight/grille and the bumper. 4. Attach eight hooks to the lower edge of the front bumper. 5. On each side, attach one hook to the hole in the front bumper. 6. On each side, attach the five plastic hooks to the fenderwell. CLEANING THE NOSE MASK Use a sponge or cloth and a solution of mild liquid dishwashing soap and water to clean the vinyl and the flannel backing. Rinse the mask completely with clean water, and hang it to dry out of direct sunlight. Make sure the mask is completely dry before you reinstall it.