1797 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Honda CR-V. 200 of these members
(11.1%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 307 engine repairs to Honda CR-Vs--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Check engine light had been coming on (and off) for months. Engine was running smoothly. Shop reset computer and said they couldn't get light to come back on. If it does, O2 sensor needs to be replaced. Light came on again immediately after leaving shop.
Radiator cap failure with loss of two-thirds of coolant.
Air/Fuel ratio sensor failed. Cheapest oem (Denso) part is $184 shipping included. Waiting the part to arrive.
Heater core leaked anti-freeze fume inside the car. I found it out with the air/anti-freeze leaking sound. The anti-freeze fume was very DANGEROUS because it made me ill for few hours. The part was ~$200 & labor $550 because the mechanic had to ...
Crankshaft seal leaked oil. Part: $14 Labor:$240. Drive-Belt (Serpentine belt) contaminated with engine oil so it makes loud noise. Part: $33 Labor: $45. Belt dressing (Stops slipping & squeaking) made it worse. Don't buy it waste money. replace crankshaft seal and serpentine belt