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1999 Honda CR-V Transmission Problems

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Percentage of 1999 Honda CR-V repairs by problem area

Chart based on 37 repairs.

1999 Honda CR-V transmission repair cost distribution

Chart based on 6 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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1999 Honda CR-V

Engine not specified

191000 mi US $833 U-joints in drive shaft had worn, causing vibration under heavier acceleration. Very typical for mileage. For now, drive shaft has been removed and vehicle is being driven solely as FWD. May repair drive shaft in future and re-install. 
193000   Some part of the right C.V. axle shaft broke, causing a strong shudder when accelerating. 
197000   Had drive shaft U-joints replaced with aftermarket U-joints (not designed for replacement by Honda). Old U-joints swapped out for new, drive shaft re-installed onto vehicle. 
200000   Clutch master cylinder replaced after failure of original. 

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1999 Honda CR-V 4-door

4-cylinder manual AWD

127000 mi   too expensive (whole clutch assembly, including master and slave cylinders) to repair based on age, mileage, other factors 
96000   clutch - replaced master & slave cylinder. Not unexpected for a car w/ 96K miles, and has had a lot of in town driving. 

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1999 Honda CR-V 4-door

4-cylinder automatic AWD

130000 mi US $750 Shop replaced a solenoid for $750 after a transmission problem which did not go away. Transmission assembly replacement would have cost $4,000 & decided to get rid of the car at that point. 
295300 US $350 the driver's side axle broke 

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