Battery Problems of Honda Cr-v
Honda Cr-v owners have reported 6 problems associated with battery (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Battery problem of the 2011 Honda Cr-v
The car involved was a 2011 Honda Cr-v. The VIN of the car is 5J6RE4H53B_. Dead battery in 4 months. It was Saturday, June 4, 2011 when this battery issue happened.
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#2 - Battery problem of the 2009 Honda Cr-v
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is JHLRE38769_. The vehicle was a 2009 Honda Cr-v. That contact stated that while sitting in the vehicle with the engine off the doors independently locked. The automatic door locks was not a feature on the vehicle. The dealer stated that because the battery life was low, it was sending a faulty signal to the remote causing the doors to lock independently. The dealer replaced the battery and within three months, the failure recurred. The contact called the manufacturer and was advised to take the vehicle back to the dealer so they could duplicate the failure. The contact stated that this was a safety concern since the keys could be locked inside the vehicle. The failure mileage was 10,913. It was February 17, 2010 when this battery issue occurred.
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#3 - Battery problem of the 2006 Honda Cr-v
The car involved is a 2006 Honda Cr-v. Vehicle identification number (VIN): SHSRD78946_. Potential fire hazard, wires leading to 12 volt power supply in dash area were darkened, caused short that left radio and gear shift energized at all times. Battery was drained. This problem occurred on Fri., Aug. 1, 2008.
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#4 - Battery problem of the 2004 Honda Cr-v
The car involved was a 2004 Honda Cr-v. On 11/24/04 I was driving on a major interstate when my engine and battery lights suddenly came on. I felt as if my breaks were not going to work. I pulled off at the nearest exit trying to get to a safe place to assess the situation. As I got off the exit, smoke began to billow into the car from the vents. A man approached me from behind and informed me my car was on fire. I didn't realize it until that moment. Apparently, it had been shooting flames out from the front wheel wells. My car had about 15,000 miles on it at the time. My oil change was four months earlier with no signs of any oil leaks prior to the fire. The fumes caused me to have an asthma attack, even after the fire was out and the car was towed to a Honda body shop. Because of the holiday, the insurance company will not look at the car until 11/29 or 30. I have no idea if it will be totaled or not. I'm concerned about residual effects from the fire affecting my respiratory problems. Further, I' m concerned about getting another 2004 vehicle that may present with the same problem. Or, even a 2005, if the problem will exist in that as well. This issue happened on Nov. 24, 2004.
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#5 - Battery problem of the 2001 Honda Cr-v
The car was a 2001 Honda Cr-v. The major negative ground wire located close to the battery was not securely bolted to the body causing the vehicle not to start on several occasions and on one occasion the vehicle died while driving. Nlm. It was Thursday, Jan. 11, 2001 when this battery issue happened.
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#6 - Battery problem of the 1998 Honda Cr-v
The car involved was a 1998 Honda Cr-v. The VIN of the problem Cr-v is JHLRD2846W_. My wife called around 8:15pm on Wednesday 12-01-2010. She told me her car just stopped on the road. She gave me info of her whereabouts. I was only about 5 minutes away thank goodness. As I approached her vehicle I saw in my horrified state her car stalled 30 to 40 feet from the nearest stop light on the far left lane. She was able to stay on an island in the middle of the busy street with my 5 year old daughter!. I parked my car to their right and ran across the street when it was cleared. My brother was behind her with his car with emerg. Lamps on. My wife also had her emerg. Lamps on and I tried starting the car. You could hear it start up but the engine would not kick on. With the help of my brother in law I finally put car in neutral through that bypass switch and we pushed it to the other side of the lane to the right where we could be out of harms way of the violent on coming traffic. I had a close call on the last lane on the right when a on coming car nearly hit the car and my brother in law who was pushing in the back. I called a mechanic I knew a he showed up about 10-15 minutes. He asked for what exactly happened and my wife told him the car just stopped and stalled out of no where. She said the engine and battery indicator lights went on as well. She turned off the ignition and tried to start the crv again and she says alot mort indicating lights turned on but can't remember which ones. My mechanic looked under the hood and told me to start up the car. I started it and low and behold it started up! from the story my wife told him he instantly blamed the ignition wire>>?>?. I told him to come with me to kragens but he said "no, you can only get it at the dealers. I had talked to CO-workers and classmates and one said to look for safety issues online while I had one classmate say he had a similar problem with his Acura, the luxury brand for Honda! my wife's ride is a Honda crv 98. Very unsafe situation that my wife and my 5 year old daughter survived! }: [[. This problem occurred on December 1, 2010.
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Other Electrical System related problems of Honda Cr-v:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||108|
|Ignition Switch problems||63|
|Underhood Wiring problems||9|
|Instrument Panel problems||6|
|Ignition Module problems||5|
|Dash Wiring problems||5|
|Car Will Not Start problems||5|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||4|
|Headlights Turn Off While Driving problems||3|
|Starter Solenoid problems||3|
|O2 Sensor problems||2|