Honda CR-V owners have reported 93 problems related to seat belt (under the seat belt category).
2015 driver airbag recall, 2017 passanger airbag recall. Two days before bag rrplaced the srs light stayed on. Honda service said it was unrelated and the cpuld not turn it off and I would have to come back to diagnosis and it may cost thousands.
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The left rear and center rear seat belt buckles, are opposite of what they should be. This arrangement makes it impossible for the left rear passenger, to buckle up if the center seat person is buckled in, or a car seat is in place. Contacted my Honda service department and they forwarded my complaint to the district representative, his response was he is aware of the issue but there is no fix for the problem. I did some research and found that the Acura rdx is the same platform as the Honda Cr-v. So I visited the nearest Acura dealership, the seat belt buckle arrangement was correct on that Acura rdx. Looks like the anchor point and the buckles are exactly the same as the ones that are in my Honda Cr-v. Would be willing to bet that the Acura seat belt assembly would solve the rear seat belt issue on these Honda's, the assembly is only $66. 00! why should I have to do that when it wasn't my mistake in designing it.
(no dealer or manuf info) tl the contact owns a 2009 Honda Cr-v. While driving 20 mph, the contact t-boned another vehicle that ran a stop sign. The air bags failed to deploy and the driver's seat belt failed to restrain the contact properly. A police report was filed. The contact was transported to the hospital to be checked for chest and back pains; however, the x-rays came back clear. The contact experienced muscle spasms and soreness across the chest and bruising to both feet. The vehicle was towed to the local body shop and the body damage was repaired; however, the seat belt needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not declared destroyed. The failure mileage was approximately 100,000.
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The contact owns a 2017 Honda Cr-v. The contact stated the seat belts for the rear middle and left passenger seats were switched, which made it difficult for the passengers to buckle their seat belts when the middle seat was occupied, especially by a safety seat. The contact took the vehicle to the ralph schomp Honda dealer where it was determined that the seat belts were anchored down, which prevented the dealer from switching the seat belt buckles. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and informed the contact that the placement of the seat belts was approved by NHTSA safety standards and could not be altered. The manufacturer opened case number: 06136375. The approximate failure mileage was 293.
Where left rear passenger attaches seat belt & where center rear passenger attaches seatbelt from headliner, the fasteners in the seat are switched. If center passenger buckles up first or if carseat is in center position it is nearly impossible for left rear passenger to buckle up or unbuckle. This is due to the attachment points being switched when designed & or manufactured. Honda dealer says the connections are in proper location & belt is operating as designed. This will most likely cause one of five passengers in this vehicle to not be able to buckle up or unbuckle in an emergency.
No " takata recall?" for my 2004 Honda crv w/ faulty driver + passenger airbags?! this car should definately be on that recall list but is not!! why? ! I purchased my 2004 only 9 months ago from a dealer. I was traveling on a highway approaching a red light going approx 35- 40 mph when my 2004 Honda crv hit the rear of another car. My driver airbag never opened to protect me yet my passenger airbag inflated!? ironically, I was alone with no passengers! both front airbags failed me & were faulty! I feel this is a major safety hazard and I was lucky to get out of my car alive! I don't know if fault lies wholly with Honda and/or takaka or w/ the dealer who sold me this car? unfortunately, I now own an $8000 "totaled" crv sitting in a junkyard and I'm w/o transportation to my job!.
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The rear left and middle seat belts overlap. The vehicle is advertised as a 5 seater vehicle but cannot safely be used for 5 passengers, or with a car seat in either of those seats with a passenger in the other one.
The contact owns a 2017 Honda Cr-v. While attempting to use the rear passenger side seat belt, it was discovered that in order to latch and secure the buckle, the belt had to under lap the rear seat center belt. The issue made it very difficult to lock and unlock the seat belt. The vehicle was taken to the dealer (autonation Honda in westminster, CO), but the cause of the failure was unable to be determined. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 6,000.
Rear passenger seat behind driver and middle passenger seat belt fasteners are flipped. No one can sit behind the driver and use a seat belt.
Vehicle was stopped at a light, and received front crash from incoming vehicle. Air bags did not work, and seatbelt broke. Passenger received significant bodily injury.
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Airbag not blew out during accent seat belt broke.
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The contact owned a 2002 Honda Cr-v. While driving 35 mph, another vehicle ran the stop sign and was t-boned by the contact's vehicle. The contact stated that the seat belt pretensioner failed and the air bags did not deploy. A police report was filed. The contact's wife sustained a broken knee cap and upper torso injuries. The rear passenger sustained back injuries and the driver sustained back and torso injuries. Medical attention was required. The vehicle was destroyed and towed. The contact stated that the vehicle was previously repaired for a recall in 2010. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The recall specifics were not provided. The failure mileage was approximately 188,000.
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Rear passenger seat belt attachment points safety hazard for left rear passenger: the connection points for the center rear passenger and left rear passenger cross causing the left passenger to not have access to the release button or ability to properly connect their seat belt if the center passenger secures their seat belt first. Should the left passenger want to disconnect their seat belt it is extremely difficult unless the center passenger disconnects their seat belt first. I contacted the Honda dealer I purchased the vehicle from and they said there was nothing they could do. I contacted Honda customer care line at 1-800-999-1009 and was informed no fix was available, but they would document the issue.
Light come on seat beat.
My brand new 2017 crv touring appears to have the detachable anchor for the 2nd row center seat belt crossed with the 2nd row left seat belt buckle. This configuration causes the center belt and the left seat belt to cross one another and also makes it difficult for the left seat passenger to connect or disconnect their seat belt with the center passenger buckled in. This configuration does not allow the person sitting behind the driver to wear their seat belt when my child's infant seat is buckled into the center as the buckle cannot be accessed. This is a huge safety concern as I travel frequently with my infant daughter, son, and son's friend in the back seat. There have been multiple other complaints about this which can be googled. Something needs to be done here.
The airbag/seat belt red restraint light will not go out. The no seat belt alarm does not go off. The doors do not lock when the car starts moving. The seat belt light on the dash does not come on, etc. Brought it to the dealer yesterday and they said the whole control panel has to be replaced first before they can even fix anything! something like a $400 part! said it is not covered and they are going to contact Honda about covering it! another safety issue! on a 2013 car with only 18,000 miles on it!.
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The seat belt has never retracted correctly, it is slow and when removed it just hangs at the side and out the door frame. I took it to the dealer on 16 Jan 2017 and they said it just needed the guide cleaned and charged me $2. 47 repair order. This car had 21,450 miles on it. This did not fix the seat belt - I wrote it in their review. I received a call from the service manager and he ordered a seat belt re-tractor. I returned to the dealership on 21 Jan 2017 and seat belt was replaced. This did not fix the problem - wondering if it was even replaced?.
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While installing my child's carseat, the weld broke and the anchor came off of the car. This was a structural failure and should not be considered "wear and tear".
The contact owns a 2008 Honda Cr-v. While driving approximately 35 mph, the contact's vehicle crashed into the driver's side door of another vehicle. The air bags failed to deploy. Also, the seat belt became detached from the seat belt casing. A police report was filed. The contact and another occupant were injured and medical attention was required. The vehicle was towed to the body shop. The manufacturer was not notified. The approximate failure mileage was 54,000.
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Takata recall: I took my car in to get the airbag replaced per the recall notice. My airbag malfunction light came on just after the replacement. I took the car back and they wanted $125 just to diagnose the problem. A garage said it was the seat belt buckle causing the problem. In the manual it clearly states that "Honda will repair or replace, at its option, any Honda seat belt component that fails to function properly during its normal use. This includes all parts and labor charges. " my greenwich, CT Honda said they had never heard of this warranty and they would not honor it. I called Honda America, 2 people said it was covered, the final person said no. I have read forums and talked to many others, as you can see that have this problem. It is a safety issue and my airbags will not deploy in an accident. If it is the sensor, that is a component of the seat belt. It is clearly faulty on these cars. On forums many people have had this problem and some Hondas have fixed it free of charge, and others will not. My garage gave me a quote of $282 for part and $95 labor.
My airbag light sporadically comes on when the car is stationary and in motion. I had my local dealer examine the issue and they said it was due to a faulty sensor in my driver seat belt buckle. The light doesn't come on every time that I drive the car. Some times days go by with normal driving that the light doesn't come on and then there are multiple days in a row when the light comes on.
See all problems of the 2006 Honda CR-V.
The crv was involved in a large accident and the left front lower frame rail is crushed from a head on collision. The left air bag did not deploy nor the seatbelt lock up causing a minor injury to the driver. Honda USA was contacted but refused to send an engineer to inspect the car.
The contact owns a 2015 Honda Cr-v. While driving at various speeds, the contact's vehicle collided into another vehicle while making a left turn. The details of where the contact's vehicle was struck could not be provided. The air bags failed to deploy and the seat belt failed to retract. The contact sustained minor injuries, but it was unknown if medical attention was received. A police report was filed. The vehicle was driven from the scene and then towed to an independent mechanic where it was confirmed that the driver side frame rail was crushed. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 11,000.
Takata recall. The contact owns a 2007 Honda Cr-v. The contact stated that when the vehicle was taken to be serviced for NHTSA campaign numbers: 16v346000 (air bags) and 16v061000 (air bags), the dealer only replaced the inflator for the driver side air bag due to the passenger side air bag parts not being available. The manufacturer was notified of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure. VIN tool confirms parts unavailable.
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The contact owns a 2013 Honda Cr-v. While driving approximately 5 mph, the contact rear ended the preceding vehicle. The seat belt failed to restrain the contact and her head struck the steering wheel. Medical attention was not received. A police report was filed. The vehicle was driven to the dealer and they did not find anything wrong with the seat belts . The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 18,500.