Honda CR-V owners have reported 14 problems related to alternator/generator/regulator (under the electrical system category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Honda CR-V based on all problems reported for the CR-V.
The contact owns a 2010 Honda Cr-v. While driving approximately 60 mph, several warning indicators illuminated on the instrument panel. The contact noticed smoke under the hood and immediately pulled the vehicle over to the side of the road and called aaa road service. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic who diagnosed and replaced the radiator, compressor, and belt. The contact drove the vehicle home, but the vehicle failed to start the following day. The battery was replaced by aaa road service. Seven days later, while driving approximately 40 mph, the engine stalled. The vehicle was pulled over to the side of the road and towed to the contact's residence. The dealer was contacted (ocean Honda in santa cruz, CA, 831-661-8693) and the technician advised the contact to trade in the vehicle for a new one. The contact purchased a new vehicle instead. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failures. The failure mileage was approximately 118,000.
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Ever since I bought the car every time the weather gets hot and I have my ac on or try to start the car it turns off. Even when I'm driving he car turns off I have took it to mechanic shops and hey have ran it through the diagnostics and still cannot find the problem. I have change the battery,fuel pump, alternator, ignition switch, fuel relay, and gave it a tune up but still can't figure out why it turns off and Honda says my car is fine but it's not! please I need answers of why my car is doing this.
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The contact owns a 2015 Honda Cr-v. While driving approximately 10 mph on a slope, the vehicle revved and did not stop when the brakes were applied. The contact slowly drove to the end of the slope and was able to stop. The vehicle was taken to three different dealers, but the cause of the failure could not be diagnosed. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that the vehicle was operating as designed. The failure recurred and was not remedied. Also, while driving approximately 15 mph on a different day, the alternator went out and the battery and check engine indicators illuminated. The vehicle was towed to another dealer where it was diagnosed and the alternator and drive belt were replaced. The failure mileage was approximately 14,600.
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My 7 months pregnant wife got stranded 200 miles from home when her alternator decided to die on her resulting in a dead battery. We only have 50,000 miles on this vehicle and an alternator shouldn't die on a vehicle this young in its life span. Luckily a good seminarian decided to give her car a jump start which got her to her destination safely. So since we are out of warranty and needed to have this fixed quickly, we took it to a local trusted shop in the area and the alternator had a faulty part which ended up costing us over $600 dollars to get fixed. We also have had a loud engine rattle noise that occurs on cold startups for the past year and Honda has been aware of this issue since 2008 and has not issued a recall and has not come up with a permanent fix. I believe the quality of Honda cars has been drastically declining over the past couple of years and I have lost faith in the Honda brand and will never buy another Honda again.
See all problems of the 2012 Honda CR-V .
Summary: while driving, the master power window switch overheated and began to emit a strong burning odor. Afterwoods the left rear window failed to operate. Since I initially did not know where the odor was coming from, I went to the dealer the next day to see if they could find the source of the odor but they couldn't. After sniffing around, I found the source of odor, the master power window switch. I had the dealer remove the fuse for safety reasons. The dealer said the window regulator had failed but I suspect the failed switch burnt out the window motor. I was worry that the car would catch on fire.
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The contact owns a 2012 Honda Cr-v. The contact stated that the alternator was defective. The engine failed to start numerous times and the battery was replaced several times. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who performed diagnostic testing that located a failure code at the alternator. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The failure mileage was 40,400.
We bought this car in March, 2013. Now in 2014, we noticed the ac wasnt working we attempted to recharge it with freon, but I was told the compressor needed to be replaced. The compressor was replace, the condenser, lines, ex valve, even a sensor. Pretty much all the ac system has been replace. Now we have noticed that once the compressor is on. It causes the engine to stall while driving or making turns. It feels as if the compressor will cause the engine to turn off. As if not bad enough once the car is on park with ac on the compressor will shut-off and the ac will start blowing a humid-smelly air. Once it does this, the compressor's emergency valve will open and flush some freon. It is a very serious safety hazard. I dont feel safe driving the car with my family in it. Specially now that I've read about all the other recalls and complains. Doing my research now (which is too late), I found that Honda was sued due to this issue. Ac compressor malfuntion is to be found in 02-04 Honda crvs. Our crv has been back at the mechanic 3 times the last month, and yet the issue cant be resolve. The mechanic says it has to do with the way the system was design. Alternator and compressor share the same band. I'm afraid and concerned that at somepoint both things will give-out while driving.
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Battery was going dead periodically. Thought I was leaving a light on or door open. Told the Honda dealer to check the battery while it was under warranty. They never checked it. Didnt even put that I asked to check it. Out of warranty battery went dead. Did a check at autozone they said it was the altenator. Changed altenator still the same problem. Voltage regulator. The volts only stay up when I keep the headlights on. ( more to this story about my bad dealership experience but don't want to get into it).
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Tl- the contact owns a 2012 Honda crv. The contact stated that the vehicle would not start and stalled intermittently on multiple occasions. The steering wheel was difficult to turn left or right and the contact had to apply force to turn the steering wheel. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer who replaced the battery four times, replaced the alternator and the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 16,400. Dyd.
I paid cash for a new 2012 Cr-v ex l with nav. Within a few months of purchase, the car broke down. I stopped for gas and it would not start. I am a single female and had to walk in the dark to walmart, buy jumper cables and flash someone down for a boost. Took the car to the dealer and they stated nothing was wrong with the car. It keeps happening over and over again. It has broken down several times and each time I take it to the dealer, they say nothing is wrong with it. I've had to pay out of pocket for a tow truck and repairs that still did not fix the problem. I took it to another Honda dealership and it broke down while at the dealer. It would not start. Was completely dead. They ran several test and like the other dealer stated they can not find anything wrong with it. Less than three weeks later, it broke down again. It is still in the shop. Been there for 2 weeks and they still have no clue whats wrong with the car. Honda tried to start the car yesterday and it would not start, completely dead. They have checked everything (battery, alternator, recalls, electoral, etc. ) several times and it comes back saying good condition. Something is wrong with this car and Honda won't admit it or take responsibility. It is obviously something wrong with this vehicle.
Subject: window goes off track & malfunction even after replacing the power window switch & regulator. For about a year or so I've recurring problems with the window master power switch & regulator. Then, I thought it is caused by wear & tear. Therefore, I replaced the following parts thinking the problem would be solved:
on January 28, 2011, the regulator for driver's side window was replaced by brand new part. On April 16,11 bought brand new window master power switch & replaced the old one a week later. Up until yesterday (09/30/11), the driver's side & the two back windows were working properly. But, the front passenger window is still not working. Yesterday, September 30, 2011, around 3. 00 p. M. , I pressed the power switch to open the the driver's side window, then I heard unusual sound and noticed that the window went off track. Since then every the window is off track. . Then, I began to research online and found out the issue has been discussed by many people. Right now, two Honda dealerships told me I've to pay for fixing the problem. But, I disagree & I feel your office should impose for recall & Honda should be responsible for taking care of this problem for me. Below are some websites that I found about the subject matter:
(1). Kolotv. Com Honda recalling cars over window problem
Honda is recalling nearly 650,000 cars around the world, because of a possible fire hazard in a power window switch. Posted: 10:10 pm Jan 29, 2010
email address: news@kolotv. Com
2. Honda acord forum
3. Honda car forum
marie k adafre
(818) 448 0553.
See all problems of the 2001 Honda CR-V .
Purchased a new Honda crv on Friday July 25th. Two days later, with less than 200 miles on the odometer, the battery light, exclamation mark, vehicle stability light and check engine light came on, the vehicle hesitated while attempting to accelerate, and rolled back when the transmission was in the drive mode. I took the crv to the Honda dealership where they cleaned the alternator terminals, that did not fix the problem. They have now changed the alternator but the check engine light is still on. Now they think that the engine air 'intake' may be the problem.
On oct. 19,2007 I heard a pop inside my door, the window failed. I had to have a new window regulator assembly installed. Honda has recalled this model but has failed to do any thing about it.
See all problems of the 2005 Honda CR-V .
After starting the vehicle consumer heard a squeaking noise coming from the alternator. The dealership was notified, but did not resolve the problem.
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