Honda CR-V owners have reported 117 problems related to seat belt (under the seat belt 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.
Tl the contact owns a 2017 Honda Cr-v. While the contact's vehicle was stopped, it was rear ended and caused a chain reaction crash. The contact stated that the front driver and passenger seat belts failed to work as intended. The contact stated that the impact caused the passenger to be thrown forward due to the seat belt failing to securely restrain her. The contact also stated that the front passenger side seat back fractured. The driver was also thrown forward and his chest made contact with the steering wheel. The contact stated that the driver side seat belt failed to retract and the air bags failed to deploy. The passenger sustained injuries to the back and pelvis. The driver sustained a back injury. Both occupants were transported to the hospital for medical attention. A police report was filed. The vehicle was towed to an independent facility. The vehicle was not repaired. Neither the dealer nor the manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was unknown.
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Passenger in front seat when rear ended at about 25 to 30 mph. Seat belt did not lock which allowed me to fly forward and hit dash board or front pillar.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2010 Honda Cr-v. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, due to the sun glare through the windshield, she rear ended another vehicle. The contact sustained brest injuries that require medical attention. A police report was filed. The vehicle was towed to a tow lot. The contact also stated that the seat belt failed to retract. The vehicle was not taken to a dealer or an independent mechanic for a diagnostic testing of the failure. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and open a case number: 08766303 and referred the contact to NHTSA. The approximate failure mileage was 62,000.
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Rear middle and left set belts are crossed which prevents left side (behind driver) passenger from buckling up.
Driver�s seat belt connection fell out of the wall while car was parked and driver was putting on seat belt.
1. With and w/o snow tires, no matter the weather or road conditions: strong hot rubber burning smell by back right wheel. D/t no baffle near muffler. This happens with short trips, free way or city trips 2. At one time would not shift down on hills. Or would engine would nearly die going up hills with ac radio on, and latterly chugged up hill this is related to the gear not shifting. This is a terrible feeling going up hill with nothing but two passengers and no load 3. Seats memory foam fails and flattens out , nearly 96000 miles 4. Seat belts fray in time, 5. Seat belts won't retract well , especially on drivers side 6. Tires routinely have outside wear, even with rotation through discount tire where they cross rotate. They are better than dealer 7. Dome light in front failed 8. Tachometer runs high like 3-4000 rpm this has happened since purchase Jan 29, 2011, but I will put todays date below re last question about mileage on vehicle I will put todays mileage even though happened through out ownership.
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"takata recall" 2017 Honda crv was rear ended by another vehicle on 4/11/18. The seat belts did not retract. The passenger in the car struck her head on the dashboard of the vehicle. This crv has been in the repair shop since 4/17/18. Informed by the service provider that none of the seat belts retract properly.
The rear seat belt anchor is reversed on the center buckle. The anchor is on the center passenger's left side and the latch on their right. The rear driver's side passenger's latch is on their right, but on the far right side of the anchor. When a passenger or car seat is belted into the center seat, the seat belts obstruct each other, and when forced to latch, appear quite dangerous.
Had to replace engine mount2x , suspension, � control for window on drivers side half works. . For no reason driver side window some how fell out of the support or guiding track and and broke inside the door problem now 3/17/18 for 5 months tge window control on the driver side doesn�t roll up the window on the passenger side you can kind put it down . Then last night tge window on the drivers side fall out of the track and breaks inside the door. So now we can not really safe lick the car, leaving it open !! with possible rain. � headlight cable- head light bulb keeps burning out . � engine mounts.
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A couple of weeks ago, on February 16th or 17th I struggled to put my seatbelt on. This was the first I had seen of any issues with my seatbelt. As I investigated for that I could see that both the seatbelts in the back had been affected and so had the passenger seat belt. I booked an appointment with Honda dealership scott robinson in torrance and was met by a very hostile member of stuff who took a look around my car (no testing or investigations) and then quoted $1387 for parts and $800 for labor. The employee proceeded, without having done any investigations, that either my son (referring to autistic behaviors) or the dog damaged my seatbelts. I told him not to equate autism with vandalism, my son is autistic but he is not a savage also I challenge any human to chew through seatbelts. The employee then proceeded to claim he knew all about autism and could criticize as he pleased. I understand scott robinson are a private dealership but I will say the behavior of their staff is appalling. I decided it would be best I take my car and leave as I felt that the lack of investigation and ignoring the fact that there is a warranty on the seatbelts topped with insulting my disabled son was enough for me to be there anymore. I hope Honda will help me with this and investigate the belt feed as it seems that the issue is internal rather than external. Something inside the belt feed is catching or grazing that is has worn the belt down into fraying.
I had the driver's air bag replaced under recall. Received recall notice on passenger air bag and had it replace. After that recall, the srs warning light came on and won't go off. Had Honda dealer check it and was told that it's the driver's side sensor in the seat belt clip. Cost would be over $800. 00 to fix. If srs light is on air bag won't deploy. This is a safety issue and should have a recall on it since the srs light was not causing a problem until the passenger air bag was replaced. Car has about 82,000 miles on it.
2017 Honda crv. Consumer writes in regards to an issue with the small latch plate anchor on the seat belt buckle. The consumer stated the manufacturer was notified and advised the seat belt was operating as designed.
I was driving 45 miles a hour down a street . I hit my brakes and they did not work and my seatbelt locked and I hit a car head on . I hit his driver doors front and back. My airbag did not deploy.
I went to put on my seatbelt, and when the belt pulled out of the housing, it ripped completely apart. It was not a portion of the exposed belt, this piece always resided in the housing. The vehicle was stationary at the time and was in my driveway.
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My husband and I had automobile accident on Nov 7 on a busy city street. I was the passenger. My husband hit a telephone pole at about thirty mph or less. The pole didn't split but I sustained serious enough injuries to be med-flighted to a boston due to internal bleeding in the abdomen and a broken wrist , two crushed fingers and multiple right side injuries. The air bags deployed and hit me hard. I also had my seat belt on prior to the accident when I came to, my seat belt wasn't secured. My husband was the driver and didn't receive any injuries yet the driver side air bag in steering wheel never came out nor did the seat air bag upon impact.
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I purchased this Cr-v new from the Honda dealership in sarassota, FL in Feb 2017. O/s srs light keeps coming on. It is an intermittent problem. When it comes on, it stays on until the car is turned off. This has been going on for at least 3 months. I had started taking pictures of the actual meter panel speedometer with the o/s srs light on every day to show the frequency and magnitude of this issue. On 11/11/17, stored codes were deleted a few times at bradenton, FL dealership with no success. "system operating as designed" is what I was told by Honda dealership. On 11/13 - 11/21/17, o/s srs light came on after codes cleared. Returned to Honda dealership in bradenton, FL. They checked pin fit at air bag connector and srs unit. Continuity was confirmed. No mouse or water damage. Driver's seat air bag was replaced per Honda tech line. The dealership was in possession of our Cr-v during these dates. On 12/13/17, o/s srs light keeps coming on. The bradenton, FL dealership. Scanned for srs codes (same as before, 'b0020-13"), open or increased resistance on the left side. Reviewed data withe tech line and they had dealership replace the srs control unit. Initialized seat weight sensor to verify repair was completed. Tech drove vehicle 85 miles to confirm repair was completed. Tech line ref#4044223 on 12/14/17 the o/s srs light came on still. Due to our vacation from sarasota, FL to ohio for christmas, the bradenton Honda dealership could not provide a loaner for any out of state driving. So, we drove this crv to ohio with the o/s srs light on for 95% of our 2600 mile trip. Negotiated with am Honda and bradenton, FL dealership to bring Cr-v back on 1/8/18. A Honda 'technician specialist' is being flown in from torrence, CA to fix it. My wife and I retired from Honda of America mfg inc with 50 combined years of manufacturing service building Hondas.
Two seat belts in back seat have frayed for unknown reason. The seat behind the driver has completely frayed. The middle seat was originally frayed about half inch and then, after bringing it to Hondas attention, it has frayed at another spot almost completely. Honda does not want to call it a defect and wants to call it wear and tear. This vehicle is only used for work commute and only has 16k miles. There havent been any passengers in the rear for 95% of those miles. Homda refuses to inspect the car further and has only relied in phitos that were taken at the dealership to make their decision in saying its not a defect and therefore will not repair it under warranty.
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Drivers side seat belt will not always click into lock. Drivers side seat is very loose. Malfunction light will not turn off.
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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.
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.