Honda CR-V owners have reported 13 problems related to starter (under the electrical system category).
We had bought a brand new Honda crv from o donnel Honda in ellicott city (near baltimore). We had added an accessory of a remote starter. The dealer installed the remote starter but it is not working (car has to be twice started and restarted). Dealer has told us that this is a known problematic issue with all crvs with keyless entry. We were never told about this problem while buying the car. We consider this as fraudulent practice. I am requesting dot to please help us ask Honda to resolve this issue. Either the remote starter should be reinstalled or another starter should be installed which works correctly. Please note that if this is a known error (as dealer said) then all Honda crvs should be recalled. Restarting the car twice or more damages the car and could lead to safety issues if car starter stops working sooner than expected. We rely all our car for all personal, family and business needs. If a new car breaks down due to such faulty programming, it will cause immense damage.
Tl-the contact owns a 2003 Honda Cr-v. The contact stated that while in park, the vehicle failed to start. The contact independently replaced the battery twice. However, the failure recurred. The contact then removed the remote starter with instruction from the dealer. However, the failure recurred. The vehicle was then taken to a dealer who was unable to diagnose or repair the vehicle. The failure persisted. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 137,000. Oo.
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The contact owns a 2009 Honda Cr-v. The contact heard an abnormal noise when the vehicle was started. The vehicle was taken to a dealer on three occasions, but the failure was unable to be duplicated. On one occasion, the mechanic replaced the starter but the failure was not rectified. The manufacturer was not notified. The approximate failure mileage was 40,000.
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On the initial startup, on cool to cold mornings, there is a grinding noise in the starter for about 1-2 seconds. This was a brand new car. The Honda dealer says Honda knows about it and is working on a fix. They say it is not hurting the car. It sounds awful. This happens when the car is parked. Began Jan. 2014-now.
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Vehicle did not start on a cold morning (Tuesday 07th January, 2014, 9:30 am est). Outside temperature was around -10f (as indicated by cars dash). I do not have a garage. So car was parked outside. I cleared snow on top of car and I tried starting, but it wont start. I gave the starter, 10-12 minutes recovery time between trying subsequent starts. But, car would make clicking noise. Geico emergency roadside was backed up and they said it will take 6 hours to send some one. I had to get it jump started later that evening. Additional facts: (I use the car everyday. I did not leave any electrical appliance/lights on on the above day).
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Tl- the contact owns a 2008 Honda crv. The contact stated when turning the ignition switch, the vehicle sounded as if there was a buzzing noise before the vehicle started intermittently. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the starter motor and the wiring cable needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired and the failure recurred. The vehicle was to be inspect, diagnosed and repaired by an authorized dealer. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 96,000. Dyd.
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I was driving my 2012 Honda crv when the door locks started going crazy then the car alarm started going off then me and my wife tried to get out and the door would not open so I drove the 3 month old crv back to the dealer at sunnyside Honda and they were the rudest people on earth I told them what happened and they tried to get me to sing a paper that said I might have to pay cause it might be my fault not were sorry not are you guys ok no just sing I said no ask for the boss he said same thing so I ask for his boss the head boss at the time no sorry no are u ok well he said you had a remote starter put in its an after market its there fault call them I didn't put it in very rude and leaning in turns me so I said Honda at the time I bought the crv sad they were out of factory remotes and rec-amended that one it was put on there before I even picked up the car for first time now me and my wife was terrified and all they could do is give us bull not just say wow it a brand new crv sorry it happened well check it out finally after that and a long time latter they agreed to check it out and said after it was check out well we replaced the door actuator but if it happens gain you need to call the remote people no sorry I loved Honda but not now I am looking into a law suite.
There is two problems with my 2003 Honda Cr-v. When car has sat overnight or when the air conditioner was on full and the car was off when we went to start the car it sounded like the main starter had been corroded not allowing the car to start it's not the battery nor the alternator and whats keeping the starter from starting the car only has 92,000 miles. The bigger safety issue is that the tilt steering is not locking allowing it to stay loose while driving, this is a big issue when in motion and cannot find a solution. My two requests are why is the starter going bad so early and why wont the tilt lock into place?.
My 2010 crv sometimes doesn't start the first time. This happened more frequently over the last 6 months. What happens is when starting the car there will be a "click sound" but not the sound of the starter. . . . . Turn the key to the off position and try again and the car starts normally. Always starts normally on the second try. What I heard was a clear buzzing sound coming right from the steering column, near the ignition switch when the key was turned to the start position. No sounds from the engine at all. The sound was like an electrical buzz. After turning the key on and off three times, then the car started normally with no buzzing coming from the steering column. In searching the web, there are other crvs that report the same thing--abnormal sound at first start and then perfectly normal starts on the second try. This is the third time I took my crv to Honda dealer for the same problem. First time, battery was replaces. Second time, relay was replaced. No problem fixed.
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Honda crv 2007 ex 2. 4 liter, 4 cylinder. The car does not start occasionally. The battery is fine. Starter is okay. Checked online forum to find the issue and fix. Several people have logged same issue online. Dealers don't know what is wrong. Honda of America say that there is no problem. But clearly there is some issue in the engine immobilization or other electrical issue related to ignition. Some one need to dig in to the issue and have it fixed by Honda regardless of mileage. Today (Friday, March 05, 2010) again the vehicle does not start at all. The battery is fine since the lights and radio and other electrical components are working. Seems like the some thing with the ignition electrical system. I have to tow away the vehicle to dealer and they need to diagnose the problem since it is not starting at all.
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My 2006 Honda crv SUV continually has starter switch problems. It buzzes loudly upon starting the engine. It sounds like the contacts are shorting out. My friends who have Hondas of the same year, but have a different models do not have this problem.
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Vehicle failed to start. . Key turned to start position, no response from starter motor. Retried, vehicle did start; starter turned over slowly. Battery connections appear/feel tight; condition indicator shows blue (full charge) has occurred about six times. . .
Consumer received recall notice 02v12 in the mail regarding the ignition switch. Consumer learned there were stipulations to the recall. Consumer received a remote starter as a gift but was installed at a different facility. Consumer was told the dealership would only repair the ignition switch and would have to deactivate the remote starter. The dealership however will not reactivate the remote starter and consumer would have to take the vehicle to another facility and have them reactivate the starter at consumers expense.
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|Electrical System problems||
|Ignition Switch problems||
|Power Door Locks Not Working problems||
|Headlights Turn Off While Driving problems||
|Car Will Not Start problems||
|Underhood Wiring problems||